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That's what I did! Also, I recommend you to take notes, and regularly revise over the notes, as the concepts Evan teaches may be difficult for your mind to absorb, as they were for me. Once again Evan, thank you oh so so so much!! Over the last couple of years, I bought a few books which really helped me get my attitude straight and helped me to chill out about the whole dating process. However, they are all from a female perspective.
I had got into a zone of "all or nothing" I wanted to get a male perspective and your regular email updates really connected with me - I wanted to find out more.
I learned that I need to give as well as take. I was expecting the guy to make ALL the moves without giving anything back and was wondering why he was holding back. Your book really helped me to see things from a guy's perspective and allowed me to let my guard down.
The funny thing is, I was at the point where I was going to end the relationship I was having. I've been seeing him for 7 months.
One of the nicest and most respectful guys I've ever met sexiest too! But I felt that he was pulling away. I expected him to make all the moves and initiate all the contact without anything from me in return.
I had the "I'm always busy, I have a great life, why do I need you So how could he feel needed?! Your book gave me the confidence to let my guard down a little bit. By giving him some encouragement it's totally changed things!!
I felt like I'd been a bit of an ice queen. And to think that I was at the point of letting him go!! Now I feel like I can let my guard down and let him in a little I'm Never been in love. Never been married.
Never been asked. But life is about choices and love is a choice too.
The Art of Disappearing by John Talbot Smith
I've always had a lot of male friends and never had problems communicating with them. In fact, I think most of them appreciated my directness, honesty, and no-nonsense approach.
But when it came to dating, I could never seem to keep someone who I wanted around for more than a year or two. I didn't understand this because I have always felt like I am exactly the woman you described - smart, attractive, independent, successful I realized all these failed relationships had one common denominator: So I set out to learn what I was doing wrong. I wanted to know what I was doing to push them away when that was exactly the opposite of the reaction I wanted.
Your explanation of Masculine vs. Feminine energy made the biggest impact. My job is to be receptive! Also, explaining that men are attracted to women because of the way they make men FEEL and not for the same reasons women are attracted to men was very eye-opening!!
A couple of months ago I approached a guy at an event and after some conversation he asked what made me approach him and the only response I could think of was the truth, that there was just something different about him, and I wanted to find out what it was.
I fought my urge to be proactive and contact him and instead went about my life as normal. Two weeks later, he called to ask me out. It was at this time that I found "Why He Disappeared" and read the whole thing in one afternoon, before my first official date with this guy Following the advice in this book has made such a huge impact!
The result: He seems to be strongly and unabashedly attached to me thank you, Active Listening! I feel like I have always been exceptionally nurturing, but it's contradictory to the masculine energy I feel extremely empowered and it's nice to finally have all of my wonderful qualities noticed and appreciated!
My ex-boyfriend from 11 years ago found me after 5 years of searching for me. We had 2 great dates and then I didn't hear from him. To me it looked like we were on the road to getting back together. Why bother to spend so much time and effort to find me if he didn't want to get back together with me?
I was looking for answers and I needed to understand how the minds of men work so that I can make better choices for myself. Quickly, I realized I have a lot of masculine energy way more than I even thought despite being a pageant girl and model and yes, a wall street career woman.
I learned I really needed to tone that down when it comes to dating men. Sure enough, my ex did call me after 12 days of silence and we went on another date this week. I applied all I learned from Why He Disappeared, but especially the part about making him feel good and just to make him have fun, especially since I know how stressed he's been lately.
At the end of the night, he thanked me for allowing him to relax and have such a great time. He also mentioned how our relationship was always so easy and effortless. I almost fell out of my shoes! He even texted me early the next morning.
Looks like we are on the right road. Thank you, Evan. It feels awesome to understand what I could do different to get different results. I am a 33 year old, mother of two from Lisbon, Portugal, with not much time for the actual dating scene, so I have been trying on-line dating since Obviously, it has not been working out too well for me. Sure, I have met a few men, been on quite a few dates, but not one "solid" relationship. I seemed to manage to chase all the men away.
That's when I came across Evan's blog, which was truly enlightening. Apparently, there are many more women like me out there: I did not find myself asking men questions, or pushing them away, I just withdrew when things were not moving at the pace I thought they should be moving maybe I was the one doing the disappearing act, I don't even know!
So, basically, I needed to find out what it was I was doing wrong. I basically learnt what to expect or what not to expect from men And more importantly, how to act when I am around them. Let my guard down, be flirty, less aggressive and assertive. Relinquish control, and let them lead Boy is that tough!
Sure enough, it has only been a little over a week since I started putting all I learned into practice, and my in-box on the dating site keeps getting inundated with replies to my messages, and invitations. There is this one particular man, from London, who sparked a special interest, and I think I have captured his.
We started exchanging e-mails, and as you taught me Evan, I started mirroring his moves. He e-mails, I e-mail back. He texts, I reply. So far, so good. He is currently on a business trip in Mexico, hasn't logged on to the dating site for a week, but still sends me an e-mail every single day. All I know is that it feels great to have all this attention, things going so smoothly, and with no special effort on my part whatsoever. It is extremely hard to "let go", but it is well worth the effort!
Success story!!! All because if you! Two and a half weeks after my letter to the guy I've been seeing for 6 months, who treated me within the friends with benefits scenario, he chose the better of your options I was sure that it was going to be the end of everything.
I was wrong. He did it in an indirect way, like returning something that I left at his house. I mirrored him, like you said. We went out to dinner tonight, and it was wonderful, after dinner we took a walk during which said he missed me, he kissed me and he asked me to go home with him. I said no. Then it started, we started talking about our situation that we avoided throughout the whole dinner. I told him basically the same things I wrote in the letter.
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It was easy. I wanted to meet his family. I wanted him to call me. I wanted to be in a real relationship with the man I was intimate with. He added, "Exclusive? Then he said, "Let's start over again. I wish I had a follow up book because this is going to be a tough act to follow.
My move was so perfect. Thank you. Thanks a million. I am grateful and I want you to know that out of a dozen books that I purchased, yours was the most crucial, sensible, definitive, vital one.
After a passionate, exciting one-month relationship that ended in disappointment, I found your website and poured through your blogs. Each one was like this mixture of a slap in the face and a light bulb turning on in my head. An honest guy's point of view Now, I loved your site, but after my experiences with men, I didn't totally buy into it at first. There had to be some catch here. Still, I downloaded Why He Disappeared, and started reading.
I decided on a little experiment: Two months later, being with Doug gives me this "this is how it should be" feeling. And looking back at the last guy, whom I dated for just a little shorter time, I can't help but see the drastic difference. I've learned to be secure and an un-needy confident girlfriend.
I have found that anytime he says something that I find irrationally hurtful, I just smile, take a deep breath and remember what a loving, caring, wonderful man he has been to me and that he'd never intentionally hurt me.
Whenever I feel insecure, needy, and like I want to talk to him about how he feels about me, I just look at him and remind myself that his actions and the way he's treated me is proof enough that he loves and cares about me. Thank you for guiding me through this. I continually re-read Why He Disappeared to remind myself of how to be the best possible girlfriend to this amazing man. We haven't been together long, but just this short time of following your advice has lead me to a relationship with a man that is passionate, funny, caring, supportive, and loving.
It's all I could hope for. Unmarried and I thought I was doomed to a life of having men walk away without a word for the rest of my life. I am attractive, intelligent and active. I enjoy the world and this one department of my life namely men was a frustrating mystery.
I had long-term relationships where the men wouldn't commit. For the past two years I have been in love with a man who was aloof and distant.
I am free. I am happy and realized ways in which I was communicating ineffectively. I since said adios to the man that was aloof and have moved on to other exciting prospects who are calling frequently and following through on their words.
Evan showed me ways in which I can actually lay back and enjoy the dating process and actually have men take control of the dating tempo and boy do they ever! Evan showed me that I really didn't want to be with the guy that was making me feel unsure of myself.
That was the moment of freedom. I am 55 and ended an up and down relationship with a man who failed your boyfriend tests without question. I felt like a failure and did not know if I really wanted to start dating again. I needed to know how not to get into another situation with an unavailable man.
From Why He Disappeared, I learned that the things I thought were the most attractive about me were not the same as what a man would see. I needed to be reminded that I had a life and it was OK to live it. The biggest favor I could do for myself is to relax and enjoy being myself. I wish you had been around 25 years ago! I am letting go of the guilt and anger from the ending of the relationship with this man.
I have taken my share of the responsibility and now am willing to try again. I liked the phrase "emotional booty call". My relationship now seems like an endless emotional booty call with sex being another reason to keep the relationship going.
I do not long to get back with him and know that I have learned a hard, but valuable lesson. I feel that I have information to go back and read to guide me and support me when I have doubts and am tempted to accept unacceptable treatment and behavior.
I feel that I no longer have to be someone that I am not. I have no desire to feel frustrated and angry again because I did not pay attention to the "red flags" before I got in over my head. It doesn't seem to matter how old you are, it still hurts when you know that you have wasted your time and energy on a relationship going nowhere.
I am a 34 year old woman living and working in Houston, Texas. I ended an engagement five years ago and have not been in a serious relationship since. In five years I have been on countless first dates and can relate with so many of the women I read about on Evan's blog. Additionally, like most of the women on Evan's blog I am educated, successful and not hard to look at. I wanted to understand why men were not asking me out and if they did, why did they disappear after date number one?
After some self-reflection I realized a couple of things. If I want a man to approach me I have to appear more open at events and on dates. I am naturally shy and that can come off as cold or aloof in an initial meeting or on a first date. I was also scared to flirt on dates, I thought that men would think I was coming on too strong. Evan's advice made me realize that men enjoy flirting, they are flattered, they want to know you are interested in them and that sometimes contributes to getting a second date.
I haven't had an opportunity to test out my newfound insights but realizing that it isn't all about me was such a relief. As women we are used to being sharp, sophisticated, well-dressed, well-spoken, and confident.
We walk fine lines between being hated or respected, being beautiful or dumb. The career that was supposed to make us independent and fulfilled seems to be one of the major challenges to finding a successful relationship. It was nice to read that it isn't all about me, that I don't have to be perfect to get a date, I just have to be me.
It gave me hope. Why He Disappeared has changed everything for me, I finally have come to understand what to do with the man I've been longing for and waiting for ever since he broke up with me two years ago. Every thing I've experienced with him is like a copy of all the stories other women have had with emotionally unavailable men that don't want to commit!
Just like all the other women talked about in your book, this was a very "special man and we had such chemistry" but I was always feeling insecure and never able to really connect. He became being more and more withdrawn, avoided intimacy, both verbally and physically, and it always ended with him going away and me crying That is now two years ago.
I was devastated and torn to pieces, blaming myself for being so needy and insecure. But after being absolutely sure that we were meant for each other, after waiting for him to return, after making every excuse possible for his behaviour, after allowing him to visit me for a romantic "roll in the hay" once or twice a month All this time also feeling like it was my fault that our relationship did not work out. Now I realize, from your book, that this man is not worth it.
I should have let him go long before we actually broke up. I am so immensely grateful and happy that I bought your book!! It means the world to me to finally understand more about men and this one specifically! Now I am finally able to move on with my life and can stop worrying about me being such a failure in relationships. Now I know more about both men and myself and I know more about what I want and need to become happy. Thank you, Evan, for telling me, I highly recommend every woman to buy this book!
I was on the borderline of discouragement and throwing in the towel in terms of dating. I experienced long-term relationships but they were always out of sync. When I wanted to commit, the guy didn't. When I didn't want to commit, the guy did. Then there were the dates that I thought went well but there wasn't a second and vice versa.
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I needed to understand WHY. Of course, as women, we talk to our women friends. That got me nowhere so finding your Evan Marc Katz website and getting WHD answered the question from someone that really knew the answer; another man.
I learned, much to my relief, that it's not always my fault. That I shouldn't take it personally. And that I'm the only one I can change; the rest will happen organically. The "truth" hurt. I didn't realize I had made an appointment for open-heart surgery. I read WHD the first time and it was like the saw was cutting through my ribcage.
I read WHD the second time and it was the cleaning out of my major arteries. I read it the third time and it was as if I was being stitched up. Now I'm healing. I'm in therapy; I ordered Finding the One Online. I'm on the road to complete recovery. I feel better than I have since I was a teenager and started this dating journey. I have read over 7 different relationship books.
I have learned a lot from them, but I have to tell you that I ordered your book yesterday and have read to page 57 so far. I went to a party yesterday, and tried one of the approaches you suggested in your book. One man in particular way cute , when I left to say good bye, couldn't let go of me, and when it took me a few minutes to make my way to the door, ran in for another long hug, which again, he couldn't let go.
Then after I left, and got no more than 15 paces, he actually came running out to catch me and walk me to my car. Again another hug and a lingering kiss on my cheek. He told me he had the best time he'd had in months talking to me, and that he couldn''t stop smiling and that his cheeks hurt. He said he was so happy he met me! I had never considered myself hard to talk to, but since I had my daughter and am a single mom, my self-esteem and my self-proclaimed datability, became hard.
After ending a long term FWB situation, where the man said he just didn't see me as 'relationship' material. My self-esteem plummeted even more. I confess in has been hard for me to just smile, just because I can. It takes away from their sharing with me, and makes it seems as if I am competing.
Luckily I saved the conversation both times, by immediately backtracking and asking him a question about where he left off and abandoning my story. There will be other times to share my story - down the road if we become friends or something more.
Anyhow, I wanted to let you know that you have touched on some things that the other 'relationship coaches' haven't, and I really appreciate it. I felt so relaxed last night, and even my cheeks hurt from smiling so much.
I felt like I didn't have to do a thing to attract these men. Two of them actually felt comfortable talking amongst themselves about how they see women - right in front of me!
I felt like a sister of many brothers, and it was really cool. In July of I had just ended a dead end relationship. Well, he was the one that ended it by cheating on me.
In an effort to keep busy, and not really expecting to find a long term relationship, I decided to sign up for Plenty of Fish. At the time, I felt very undesirable, I mean, my boyfriend with whom I was so kind, patient and caring, had just rejected me in the harshest of ways. I knew I needed to not take the dating thing too seriously, to have fun and explore my options. After several dates with a few different guys I met Ron.
I truly feel that listening to the book on an almost daily basis on my way to work is a big part of why this relationship is going as well as it is. I wanted to know where was the relationship going?
How did he feel about me? What was the next step? And on and on. I trust in them and know that he does wonderful things for me because he truly cares for me and wants to please me. Oh, do I give lots of mulligans! However, on two occasions there have been issues that were bothering me for some time and I spoke to him about them. He immediately took to heart what I was saying and has strived to change the behaviors that were bothering me.
He is kind, generous, thoughtful and loves surprising me. Although we have been exclusive since our first date he only recently started referring to us as boyfriend and girlfriend and it makes my heart sing.
I also know that I have many desirable qualities and that I will never have to settle for a less than fabulous relationship ever again.
Thanks, Evan, for writing the book, doing the blogs and giving the advice that has helped me gain the confidence to attract this wonderful man. My boyfriend broke up with me last month out of the blue.
I was crushed and felt like the rug had been pulled from under me. Even though we had been only dating for 4 months, it felt like everything was progressing organically. We shared the same values and seemed to be falling more and more in love each day. We seemed perfect for each other and everything felt so right. Out of all my relationships, he treated me the best and made me feel so special. Then one day he told me that we were not compatible, that he fell out of love with me, and that he no longer saw me in his future.
When he dumped me, I was so heartbroken. I wanted him to come back badly and to realize what I did wrong. I kept blaming myself. I wanted to know why he disappeared on me, our relationship and our future together.
I wanted to make things right by figuring out how I needed to change. I automatically assumed I was the problem. I was not to blame.
If he was meant to be my partner for life, he would have stayed through the thick and thin, through the bad of it all. He would have worked on our problems together. But instead he bailed. Clearly, he was not the man for me.
He left because of him, not because of me.
I am in such a better place today because of your insights and inspirational guidance. I deserve someone better, someone who will love me unconditionally and be there to the end, no matter what. Frankly, I feel optimistic and excited about dating again.