Why it’s always best when it comes to dating to keep things simple by taking your time, going with the flow and not being too over-eager to make things happen or over-thinking everything to the point that it takes you out of the present moment, and makes you worry about sex, sexual performance or if things will work out.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss an email from a viewer who is too over-eager to set the next date with a woman he just started dating, and over-complicating and over-thinking what he should and should not do next. He says he has read my book over ten times and watched many of my videos, but it does not appear he has had much practice applying what he claims to have learned. He’s getting himself all worked up in mental knots worrying about sex and the logistics of making it happen on their upcoming forth date. He’s worried if it does not happen the next time that she will think he is a “pussy” and lose interest. I tell him what he needs to focus on to un-complicate things and to make their dating easy and effortless so things can happen naturally.
“It is a man’s role in dating and courtship to create an opportunity for sex to happen. Hangout, have fun and hook up. Unless your intentions are strictly platonic or professional, the whole purpose of a date between a man and a woman is to explore a mutual sexual attraction and dissolve any barriers to sex happening. Men should start out making only one date per week. This gives a man time to assess a woman’s interest, compatibility and emotional stability, as well as to create and facilitate sexual attraction. Men should not be making future dates on the same day that they are on a date or had a date. Otherwise, they risk coming off as desperate, needy, creepy, stalkerish and scaring women away.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne
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