Friday, February 11, 2011

Attraction in the News: Learn from the Famous and Notorious About Your Relationship or Marriage

The amazing power of attraction can bring a woman to do wonderful – or TERRIBLE – things, so learn how to wield it, competently and safely!

I’m sure that everybody in the Western Hemisphere and many of you in the Eastern Hemisphere have heard about the grand adventure and exploits of Navy Capt. and NASA Mission Specialist (astronaut, Space Shuttle Discovery) Lisa Marie Nowak trying to kidnap her lover’s girlfriend (she was married and having an affair) and eliminate her as competition (for the boyfriend) a few years ago. If not, the first two or three hits on Google when searching her name can tell you all about it. I got a lot of letters about it and the news was lousy with it, and yet to this day, nobody seems to be understanding what made her do it.

Some say that “she loved him so much,” and that’s utter crap. Women who love men want them to be happy, no matter who they’re with. Women will kill to protect a loved one who is being threatened, but not a competitor, at least not for love, because they know love is shared or doesn’t exist.

Some say that she was crazy. They’re half-right.

Some say that she was obsessed. They’re also on the right track, but obsession is a symptom, not a cause.

Some say that the boyfriend was responsible. In part, but…

Others say that the husband was responsible. Also in part, but…

So what really happened, and what does it mean to you?

What happened was that her husband allowed her to become bored, and her boyfriend, a pilot and trainer in a position of authority and with alpha male personality traits, swept her off her feet in a wave of attraction, and she went nuts when she found out that feeling of being swept off her feet was at risk.

Nope, not an opinion. Cold, hard fact, and well-documented.

So what does this mean to you?

First, the obvious: If you create attraction for the woman you love, she will have that same swept-off-her-feet feeling that many women would kill for, and she’ll reward you in incredible ways, with nurturing, loyalty, fun, adventure, sex, etc., and will defend your relationship with her life. If you have a good foundation of compatibility but you’re having problems, lost attraction is somewhere at the heart of it, within the core of your problems if not the entire core, and restoring it will fix things enough to create an environment where she will be motivated to work out all other problems, like communications.

Next, the maybe-not-so-obvious: If you fail to create attraction for her and she gets bored, she’s wide open to anyone else creating attraction for her, AND THEN SHE’LL BE DEFENDING HER RELATIONSHIP WITH HIM INSTEAD OF YOU! Another man will be receiving all the rewards that you would be receiving if you were being a man and a husband.

She’s going to find somebody to create attraction for her. Period. The only question is whether it’s going to be you or somebody else. And yes, it CAN happen to you, and every other man alive. Our forum, http://forum.makingherhappy.com, is becoming swamped with accounts of it happening to people who never saw it coming and didn’t think it could happen to them. You should read them and learn before it’s too late, because boredom isn’t such a big deal for a man, but it’s a survival threat to a woman, and they will invariably take drastic measures to relieve it if we force them to.

So what do you do about it? Do I even need to say it at this point? Okay, some of you may be reading this newsletter for the first time, so I’ll spell it out. Go to http://www.makingherhappy.com and download your copy of "THE Man's Guide to Great Relationships and Marriage," wherein you will learn everything you need to know about whether you are with the right woman, how to really communicate with her and put a stop to all the eye-rolling and accusations of “You NEVER listen to me,” and how to create that mind-blowing, sweep-her-off-her-feet attraction that will have her going crazy for you instead of punishing you for things you don’t know you need to be doing.

Sound like a plan? You bet it is, and I have testimonials to that effect that are so detailed and steamed up that if I were to try to print them, the spam filters would block the mail, but tomorrow I’ll be posting a “toned-down” version of one of those testimonials and an e-mail address belonging to a reader (Many of you will remember “Big Girl Panties” Kevin) who has volunteered to field questions about his own experiences, so stay tuned!

In the meantime, live well, be well, and have a wonderful day!
David Cunningham

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