Category Archives: For Women

The Friend Zone Through Female Eyes

“Her and her boyfriend finally broke up…so I decide to tell her how I felt and she was ANGRY!” I couldn't help but nod and understand exactly why. My one client has a habit of “waiting around” for women that he's interested in… In fact he has a LIST! And sure enough, one of his “friends” that he's had feelings for suddenly became single… So he thought, “NOW's the time to tell her how I feel!” Now, while most women wouldn't get ANGRY when hearing you've had feelings for us this entire time… It'll all make sense when you understand WHY. I remember watching this movie “The Whole Read More

The Science of The Friend Zone

I LOVE when I find awesome resources that give you a scientific explanation of why something is happening to you. Recently, a member of The Wing Girl Method sent me the below video that explains the science of the friend zone. I'm pretty sure you have been in the friend zone and this video explains WHY you are in the friend zone and what you can do to get out of it using a few scientific principles like: 1.The Scarcity Principle: An economic principle in which a limited supply of a good, coupled with a high demand for that good, results Read More

Snooping Never Leads To Anything Good

When I was pregnant with my first daughter, longtime readers may recall that I got into the hidden camera show ‘Cheaters' where people who suspect their partners of cheating have them investigated and followed… and then confront them.. I know, I know, but I was signed off with a bad back at 34 weeks. Call it BR research. It fascinated me that people either wouldn't trust the information they already had or that they would go on TV before they would communicate with their partners or make a decision. There are clues as to why you suspect your partner of cheating Read More

How to Talk to a Man About Something that’s Bugging You

My client Rebecca had been dating Jim for six months. They had been exclusive almost since the day they met, and their relationship was moving along quite nicely. She really dug him, and they talked about a future together. But there was one thing that constantly bothered her – and it was a BIG thing. Jim had not yet introduced Rebecca to his daughter. On more than one occasion (actually several) Rebecca mentioned that she'd love to meet her. Jim would vaguely nod his head and change the subject. No meeting was taking place. Rebecca took Jim's actions (or lack thereof) as a sign Read More

Don’t conflate common interests with character and shared core values

It's not the biggest leap in the universe to think that because you've met somebody who shares similar interests to you that you also share similar values, but in practice, it's an enormous leap that ignores the fact that a person could have a fundamentally different character and set of desires to you while still working in the same field, or enjoying the same shows, or enjoying the same hobbies and interests. The leap in thinking comes from an underlying belief that you having these particular interests is linked to your values but let's think about this for a moment: Let's imagine Read More