Men And Sex: What You Need To Know (feat. Lewis Howes)… (Matthew Hussey, Get The Guy)

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Pull up a seat. It’s time we had an honest talk about men.

When looking for love, I believe there’s no better way to start than by deeply understanding what drives the opposite sex.

It teaches you not only the psychology of attraction, but also, how to avoid the wrong people who are driven by their worst instincts and toxic behavior.

So in this week’s video, I sat down for a juicy conversation with my good friend Lewis Howes (host of the School Of Greatness podcast) to discuss the truth about masculinity, why certain men become “eternal bachelors”, and what this means for you as a woman in the dating scene.

If you want to know how to spot which guys to date when it comes to finding commitment, you need to see this…

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Comments

Milena Loveritas says:

Love the synergy that flows so smoothly, great video all around …and helpful to know what Gentleman as yourselves has to share with us. Thank you !

Rachael Marie says:

Didn't listen to a word of it…was just looking at them.

Rachael Marie says:

Nice bulge there Matthew

MeekMeek says:

This video could not have come at a better time. Unfortunately I'm in this situation now with the man you've described here. He finds his validation in the amount of women he can get–he gets off on the challenge of hooking up with married women or women who aren't "easy." At the beginning, he fed me all kinds of bullshit. And me, being naive, believed it all. He'd tell me how he'd been wanting to date me for years but was always too scared to make a move, and practically begged to take me out on a date. After a month of chasing me, he tried to finally pursue a sexual relationship and when I didn't feel comfortable enough to have sex with him, he dropped me for a married woman. He came back to me about three weeks later, begging to have a "friends with benefits" relationship, claiming he couldn't give me more than that because he's too "fucked up" from his past relationships. Because I enjoyed the sexual aspect of our relationship, I gave in (though I still wouldn't have sex with him in fear he'd just leave after he got what he wanted). The married woman is now in the picture again (who is supposedly claiming she's single now), and I have once again been dropped. How do I let go? I feel so attached to what we had. I can't help looking at their exchanges on social media and feeling less than. We work together, so it's not like I can avoid him altogether. How do I move on?

Judith Csikasz says:

I rlly wish you would make your videos shorter, all of them are too long

Chelsea. Rodham. says:

i gave up on lv

Simplymeeka says:

Wowza!! Such a great video! Thank you both!!!

LanyahzTruth29 says:

Simply put.. We love you💞 Matthew😘 thanks again and again!!

מיכל קליינמן says:

Hey Matthew I have a few questions a was hoping you could answer:
1. How do you become a more likable person? If your in a situation where you were put in a curtain group of people you have to get a long with and you think it would be better if you get closer even if I wouldn’t be in this situation I probably wouldn’t be friends with them.
2. If I’m at high school, what are some ideas for places I could meet new people?
3. Is it ever possible to with someone after you kissed at a party?
I would very appreciate it if answered one of my questions I need your advice !

Jesse Amaya says:

Hi Matt, can you make a video on your thoughts about cohabitation. My views on cohabitation are more traditional I feel like it would damage the relationship and lessen the chances of a successful marriage down the line. However, my GF is confused as to how I can talk about building a future with her and having a family but I won't consider moving in with her. Please help with any advice
Thanks for all you do and putting out insightful content.

Raeleen says:

Everything makes sense now

bookgirl1971 says:

Do men spend as much time (& money) as women are constantly encouraged to do reading and studying about the female mindset/psychology? Are they running to seminars and forking over thousands of the hard-earned trying to figure out what we think, how we love, how they can change to get a good woman? Why is it still incumbent on women to do this emotional work? I never see Matt H advertising seminars for men…"How To Be The Kind Of Man She'll Want To Love"

Sneha Jagadeesh says:

Wow, this is enlightening!

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