Dating a passive woman
Being an Alpha Male is simply a choice; an opportunity that each of us have every day. Be assertive and go after what you want, and take the lead therefore making it easier for her. It’s a reminder: Never let more than 5 days go by without asking a woman out again, and never let more than 5 days go by without contacting her either.
It’s all about making the decision to recognize just how much you really are worth, and then to hold yourself to that standard of value with every action you take. Text first, call first, ask her out first and make the plans. Unless, of course, you’re not into her – in which case you should verbalize that and don’t do the “fade out”, passive man style. There tends to be two different extremes on how men often treat women nowadays. They think in this day and age, Women should be opening doors for Debate it all you want, but women love gentlemen – so good luck in your dating life if you refuse to be one.
This behavior can be extremely problematic, especially since what a passive-aggressive man says and what he actually does can be two very different things.
If you're concerned that a man you're dating, working with, or is a friend or family member has a passive-aggressive personality, look for these warning signs.
I was drawn to what psychotherapist, Ken Page terms as “attractions of deprivation” – when we are drawn to people who embody the worst emotional characteristics of our parents.
Great active game (being a great flirt), but poor passive game. No cheap shots, no stealing, and no picking on others.
If you feel a certain way then stay true to yourself and admit it immediately, without delay, in the most polite, kind way you can. It won’t take her long to catch on, and realize that you’re not putting any effort in.
Stand firm, open body posture, and admit fault whenever necessary.
A good mix of both is best, and learning new skills is as easy as getting off the couch and signing up for a course or heading to your nearest bookstore to read up on something interesting or motivating. The rules are straightforward, and each of us has been graced with that internal compass that tells us what is, and what is not, honorable.
The average Joe might try this – but still while staying in his comfort zone. Help those in need, show care for those you love, and push yourself to reach your full potential, because its a lot higher than you might give yourself credit for.