The Six Month Curse – David Wygant

The Six Month Curse – David Wygant

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Why don’t they act the way they did the very first six months? What happened?

Why don’t they do the things they used to do during the very first six months, like write mij love letters? Why don’t they light candles like they used to do? Why aren’t they attacking mij sexually te the same way?

Are they just bored with mij? Do they no longer want thesis things?

Why is it that wij are so amazing te those very first six months of a relationship? Are wij attempting to impress somebody? Are wij attempting to win somebody overheen? Are wij being somebody wij’re not? Are the very first six months just that “amazing” time before all the arguments embark and before wij get defensive?

Te the very first six months, wij permit ourselves to be emotionally open. Wij give so much emotionally to our fucking partner.

When you embark fighting with each other, however, wij take something back. With each fight or misunderstanding after that, wij take another chunk back. The vulnerability, openness and beauty of those very first six months at that point are gone.

During the very first six months you would invite your playmate to your house, they’d say “Oh Stunner, I love coming to your house,” and you would light candles. You do this overheen and overheen again during the very first six months.

After the very first six months, the candle-lighting goes away. Your playmate comes overheen and says, “You don’t light candles anymore.”

Instead of just acknowledging that what they’re telling is true, you get defensive. You could have said, “You’re right, I don’t. I need to begin doing that again. I know how much you loved it.” But you don’t. You defend yourself.

Those very first six months of a relationship should always be the way I’m describing. It should always be amazing. What happens ter those very first six months are the reasons why you fell ter love with that other person te the very first place – the things you used to do for them, the way you came onto them sexually, the way you listened and the way you were patient with them.

It’s amazing, tho’, how wij take things away merienda the fights and disappointments start. Wij don’t even necessarily do it consciously. Wij do it very passively.

Say that you and your playmate touch each other nonstop during the very first six months, then your playmate stops touching you spil much. What do you do?

You commence taking some of your touching away. You get angry. You hope that they will notice and think, “Oh my Godheid, he’s not touching mij spil much. I voorwaarde need to touch him more.”

The very first six months of a relationship are beautiful. For those of you ter that post-six months frustration period, however, what you need to do is to go back and think about all the things you did for your paramour te the very first six months. Then commence doing them again, without your fucking partner having to ask you to do them.

I ensure that if you do this, you’ll not have the entire “taking things away” situation happening anymore. There will be no reason to fight about who is (or is not) doing things for the other.

I challenge all of you who are ter a relationship right now, overheen the next thirty days to do all the things you did for your fucking partner te the very first six months you were together. All of them. Every single one. And do them every day.

I ensure that if you do this for the next thirty days – acting sexually, emotionally, ter your communication and ter your closeness the way you did the very first six months – and you don’t expect anything te terugwedstrijd, you will see your relationship come alive again.

Then observe what your fucking partner will embark doing for you. Like magic, they will embark doing things you have bot wanting them to do for months.

It’s amazing how effortless it is to rekindle a relationship, but wij all stand on principle so much that wij don’t permit ourselves to do the things to make it toebijten. Wij’re so about “tit for tat” that wij never grow.

So think about what you did for your paramour during the very first six months, and do them all overheen the next thirty days. Then witness how the dynamics of your relationship will totally switch. It’s a beautiful thing.

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About David

1.7 million guys & women come to mij every month to find the secrets to success. And after 20 years of coaching, I’ve discovered the golden keys to success ter dating, business, health and wellness, and life.

I’ve helped millions of guys and women around the globe achieve success ter their dating, social and private lives. I’m also a father to the world’s cutest little chick, and I am an unapologetic man. Some say I’m nuts, others say I’ve switched their life forever. One thing’s for certain: I’ll always give you the truth, whether you can treat it or not. I never sugar glaze anything.

Nice is so overrated. I’d choose cruelly fair breakthrough to a “nice” rut any damn day of the week. If you’re the same way, then you’ve come to the right place.

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