Michael, while I appreciate your response and your further questions and thoughts on this subject, I think we will never agree because we stand so far away from each in how we view this issue. This is something I understood only recently: my work is not to convince many of my perspective and message but to give it to them when they’re ready, willing and available for it. And if they’re not, that’s also fair because I’m not some sort of guru, I teach what I’ve seen in my experience and in other women and how it transformed our lives.
I see your perspective and I understand it but I see no point in arguing and trying to convince you of otherwise. I have expressed my opinion and view on this matter and it’s up to you to even consider it, which I understand. You seem to be addressing me as “you” like you’re addressing all women, which I am not very comfortable with. All women are different and what youy’re experiencing in your dating life is a tiny representation of what’s out there. I’ve traveled the world for the last 10 years and lives in so many countries that made me realize generalizations are often not the best way to view the world.
And I mentioned that I can only assume certain things about your dating experience (mirroring and you attracting such women) and that I might be wrong. It seems like I indeed am.
So I would like to stop this conversation here because I don’t see how it will go anywhere from here not because you’re not agreeing with me but because I don’t see the point in this argument. I think both of us have taken what we needed from this conversation and I hope my perspective was valuable.