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SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: How to Keep Momentum with Someone You’re Talking to Long-Distance (Matthew Hussey)Content:
- Is blogging (or commenting on blogs) a guy thing? And if so, why?
- Do women become nuns because they can’t “get a guy”?
- I spent seven hours in Matthew Hussey’s ‘Get the Guy’ seminar
- 52 Questions to Bring You Closer Together
- How To Play It Cool With A Guy
- Follow the Author
- Ask a Guy (Dating Tips / Relationship Advice for Women): Frequently Asked Questions
Is blogging (or commenting on blogs) a guy thing? And if so, why?
This is a comment I received last week. It was in response to a flirty little text that I suggested you use with the guy who is on your mind right now. In fact, this text really seemed to divide people. So how do you keep the momentum going? Just this morning, I had the pleasure of working with a woman who is in my live coaching group, and she confided that she was having an issue with her boyfriend.
It quickly became clear to me that her needs were being ignored, and that she was ignoring a conversation she needed to have. Guess what? I made a new video for you. And since most of us are having long-distance conversations with everyone right now, the ability to talk effectively has become utterly essential.
Yet when I look at own behaviour on Tinder, I also know: I get excited whenever I see someone who shares my nerdy side. But I think there are some very manageable ways we can feel a little better right now, and release the pressure of the unrealistic expectations many of us are putting on ourselves in what is already a very difficult time.
I explain them in the video…. What constitutes chasing? Is telling someone you would love to hang out again after a date or that you like them in general desperate?
Or equivalent to chasing? If this happens, then yes, he will think: this sounds desperate. And intense. In every friendship, conversation, and romantic relationship we have, we are always applying filters. Which brings me to the point: I want to be upfront if I had a good time. Run careful though, they might chase you! These are the people that really are desperate. Desperate for validation, attention, the desire to fill an endless void that will only see them jumping from relationship to relationship like lily pads as they look for another fix.
They will cause you nothing but anxiety, confusion, and will lower your self-esteem as they play their hot and cold games with you. We added each other on Whatsapp. She would send me messages at the most random moments and then go radio silence when I responded.
She was aloof and laconic in her messages, as though she were waiting to be entertained. We somehow ended up arranging a date I had convinced myself she might be better in person. She proceeded to flake. No explanation. No apology. Apparently that was her idea of cancelling.
I deleted her number. I should have had a better technique to keep her interested. If only I knew the right thing to say.
Maybe I should try again. Nor that of many of the great guys I know. Like most men, I am happy to pursue and accept this role when the situation calls for it. After all, men who never pursue tend to have a very poor success rate in dating. Neither should you. Again, this depends what you want. I know what I want. I want enthusiasm. Of course, once we have our filter, then we have to do our part i. Having high standards without being a catch yourself is just entitlement.
Once you have that in place, it makes sure that you only end up with great people who are crazy about you. Then things get so much easier. This crisis is impacting people all over the world to varying degrees. And with how rapidly it is evolving, I have wanted to hold off on wading in with my opinions until I really felt I had something to say.
Important Note: While I do believe — and have seen proof — that the advice and programs I provide can help you improve your love life , please understand that not everyone will experience the exact same results.
To get the best results, you must use the advice I give you. Every person is an individual and every situation is unique so no single piece of advice will work for everyone at every time. But I can tell you that if you read the advice and continually apply it in your life, your chances of success increase dramatically. Is It Risky to Flirt with Him? Do not use this.
But we do know one thing: behaviour will change. And cities, of course, are where a lot of the casual dating happens. So what now? And yet… There is always an irresistible urge to conform when writing our own profile.
Advice everywhere. Everyone talking. Subscribe and Leave a Comment Below…. So here it is! People are generally turned off by unwarranted affection. But you knew that already. This is where filters come into play. Your goal is not to attract everyone. It is to attract the right people. What about the final part of your question? Should guys always initiate?
To put it simply: indifference is vastly overrated. Subscribe On.
Do women become nuns because they can’t “get a guy”?
We all know that the workplace is a minefield for sexual tension. Where else do you lock up people of the opposite sex for eight hours a day, and tell them to talk with each other but not touch? It is unnatural, and ever since men let women into the workplace, we have been adjusting.
Or deepened your relationship with your friend or partner? That said, t alking about deep topics — rather than small talk — is crucial to maintaining an intimate connection. Since relationships are undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of our lives, we decided to examine several psychological studies, and figure out which conversation topics foster closeness. From that, we created a list of 52 questions that can scientifically foster intimacy between you and your partner, roommate , or friend — one for every week of the year! We suggest creating a weekly ritual of asking these questions — try it on a Friday night to recap the week.
I spent seven hours in Matthew Hussey’s ‘Get the Guy’ seminar
Nuns are also stereotyped as sexually repressed, dowdy women who lack passion and care only about piety, cleanliness and order. Nuns are women who would have made wonderful lovers , wives, and mothers. Nuns are not required by their Rule of Life aka Constitutions , the Church, or anyone else to be dowdy. Frugal and modest? Nuns are not dowdy, generic women but women who are confident in themselves, in their God, and in their chosen way of life. Whether they are in prayer, wrangling executives on a school board, opening clinics in rural Brazil, protesting the death penalty, or catechizing children and adults, nuns are filled with passion for God, for others, and for life. How about these?
52 Questions to Bring You Closer Together
These men are scared to get out there - intimidated by the thought of a woman who may not be able to see past the chair. The list goes on and on as to what we have heard when these beautiful souls confide in us. We always reply back with similar messages each time - ones of high expectations for them and anticipation that they too will one day when the timing is right meet their very own Mrs. Not only that, they believe this is the norm.
Last week I had an exchange with Tom Murphy, organizer of the ABBAs online poll to find the best aid blogs, on the issue of gender and blogging. I really have little idea as to why. Possibly it has something to do with it being a largely academic field and maybe there are more men in the social sciences that deal with poverty alleviation I have absolutely no data on hand for this and could be entirely wrong.
How To Play It Cool With A Guy
This is a comment I received last week. It was in response to a flirty little text that I suggested you use with the guy who is on your mind right now. In fact, this text really seemed to divide people. So how do you keep the momentum going?
The man is genius. When I bought the book, I was surprised to see there was nothing gimmicky about it — no mind games or manipulation. It was all sound advice: Be confident, set your standards and men will come flocking. She was contemplating purchasing some of his paid online programs. Women screamed like they were at a boy band concert as Hussey walked on stage in his jacket and jeans and Adidas high-tops.
Follow the Author
When I started writing Ask a Guy, I had no idea that it would take off like it has. I am grateful to have such loyal readers who contribute great questions to me. But on a positive note, I can offer the next best thing: A consolidated post all about answers to the most frequently asked dating tips and relationship problem advice questions that I see. Or why a guy was interested one minute, then lost interest seemingly for no reason. What would you say are universal truths about relationships? Relationships are messy at times — even for those of us that like things clean no drama. Having a good relationship means continuing to love the verb form of love actively throughout the good times, bad times and normal times. There was a woman I was talking to at a bar a few weeks ago.
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Ask a Guy (Dating Tips / Relationship Advice for Women): Frequently Asked Questions
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Most dating books tell you what NOT to do. Here's a book dedicated to telling you what you CAN do. Matthew Hussey has coached thousands of high-powered CEOs, showing them how to develop confidence and build relationships that translate into professional success. As his reputation grew, Hussey was approached by more and more women, eager to hear what he had learned about the male perspective on love and romance.