Buckle up, pals! What I'm about to drop isn't about painting you as a "bad apple" or schooling you on how to score in the bedroom. You've got it wrong if that's what you thought. Nay, nay, nay, and oh, did I say nay?
See, making love isn't really about the sexy times; it's all about the energy. Yes, sex has its place (Audi R8, 0-100, 3.5 seconds, remember?), but it's more about the long run. So, for the uninitiated, let me put it straight: men are nozzles, women are buckets. And trust me, it ain't rocket science.
So here's the rundown: women make men feel all the feels, and men, in turn, fill up those buckets. When a man's feeling the love consistently, he's in the 'momentum of love', or as the romantics call it, "in love." Similarly, when her bucket is consistently filled with love, she's in the momentum of love too.
Imagine a couple. Every day, she makes him feel loved, and in response, he fills her bucket with tokens of love. Could be sweet texts, thoughtful gifts, or his time - because let's face it, guys want to be where they feel the love. The more she makes him feel loved, the more he fills her bucket. If this goes on, the love energy reaches its zenith, and then - BAM! - sexual energy follows, and voila, we've got a thriving relationship on our hands!
But life isn't always rainbows and butterflies. What if negativity fills her bucket? Or he feels down? In such situations, you play the game of "opposites attract," but not in the way you might think. When one's down and the other's up, both must strive to find a middle ground.
Imagine a scenario where every phone call or meeting is a bombardment of negativity. Your job is to counter that negative onslaught with a blast of love. Ditto for him. If he's just venting about a lousy day at work, make him feel loved. The negativity diminishes as love takes over.
And guess what? Whoever starts the negativity loses. You both have to gulp down your negative vibes and fill up each other's buckets with love. You'll find that as love replaces negativity, your bucket gets filled with more love, making you forget the bad vibes - the same goes for him.
Remember this mantra, and you'll always find yourself in the momentum of love. And if you're single, keep your potential partner in the momentum of love. You'll be amazed at how quickly it morphs into a relationship.
And hey, if you need help with any relationship issues, don't hesitate to reach out. Leave a comment, drop me an email, or simply stay tuned for more nuggets of wisdom.
And always remember, put your happiness first, because through your happiness, others can envision their own. That's the essence of love - and let me tell you, it's fuching fantastic!
Are you ready to delve deep into the intricate labyrinth of commitment and uncover what's truly behind those non-committal actions? Strap on your emotional armors, ladies. It's going to be a bumpy ride!
Let's start by addressing a burning question – do you really want him to commit? Now, be honest with yourself. Because if you do, you need to realize that the emotional gun he's holding might just be loaded with silver bullets. Are you controlling the bullets while letting him hold the trigger? Think about it.
Some men lack the understanding of motivation due to their upbringing and resort to tough love. You don't like being called fat. He knows it, yet he keeps on doing it. He even watches you cry. But still, you stay... This screams a lack of confidence or some deep-rooted issue that makes you comfortable in such a situation.
Growing up with a father who did not flirt with you can make you feel self-conscious. This could leave you without the confidence to recognize when a man truly loves you, or even how to love him back. Remember, your self-worth isn't defined by anyone else. You are your own beacon of light!
It's high time to recognize your inner charisma. Demand respect and the treatment you deserve. Once you realize your true inner glow, you'll be on the right path to finding the right man.
Ask yourself, "Why should he commit?" If you truly believe in your worth, you wouldn't fear asking him. If he doesn't respond positively, remember that you deserve better.
Commitment doesn't have to come with a title. The power lies in communication. A title gives you some claim to the other person, but it doesn't necessarily denote commitment.
The emotional balance in a relationship should be equal. We, as men, want to be the buyer, but that doesn't mean we own you. If you hold the emotional trigger, we're both equal players.