I think we’ve all been there. We’ve spotted that guy across the room that has the kind of presence that few men have. He’s magnetic. And charming. Or at least it seems so – because the women seem to swarm around him like moths to a flame. These women use all the tricks up their sleeves to get his attention – they are provocative and flirty. And at some point, this guy will probably walk out with one of these girls on his arm.
“What was it about this girl that he chose her?”, we ask ourselves. But are we asking ourselves the right question? Perhaps we should be asking whether an encounter like this between these two people actually has any hope of going anywhere long term. This girl captured his attention, but for how long?
According to Rori Raye, relationship expert, in a recent video stream, women are going about trying to snag a guy in all the wrong ways, and the women that use their sexuality and let things get physical too soon are setting themselves up for failure. That is not the way to create a lasting connection with a man. So maybe that girl had a fun night with the charismatic guy, but it probably didn’t go anywhere.
So when did women start chasing men? Isn’t it supposed to be the other way around? Has equality gone too far? Something to think about.
That’s not the only thing we’re doing wrong, Rori tells us. Engaging with guys on an intellectual or mental level ain’t going to cut it either. Men don’t fall in love with our brains.
So what is the key, then? An emotional connection, apparently. If I understood Rori correctly, she advises that we make ourselves more open, more vulnerable , and in turn, our prospective guy will return the favor.
To watch the full videostream from Rori Raye, see below.
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