No credit ever for sex
After all, Michelle will be the first to tell you that she’s a bit of a handful.
And after dominating (and losing respect) for her last guy, she craved the attention of a man who was a little more alpha.
While I was coaching Michelle through the first four months of their relationship (and intermittently in between), I cautioned her to NOT put any pressure on him about getting married and having kids.
While theoretically, she could be “wasting” her time with him, my advice was to let him fall in love with her.
She got him – and she got all the problems that come with being with such a man. She couldn’t make him say that he loved her fast enough.
She couldn’t ensure that he wanted to stick around for the future.
See full summary » Jack Chen is sent to New York to work as a delivery boy in his uncle's Chinatown store in order to forget a bittersweet love affair.
See full summary » It is difficult to convey how frustrating this film was to watch.
Although only 55 minutes duration, watching it felt like a lifetime and it was very tempting to hit the fast forward button or just switch off.
Every time she wanted to criticize him for how he handled his relationship with his son, or his ex-wife, or his boss, she remembered that men don’t stay with women who treat them as incomplete projects – they bond with women who make them feel good. Here’s a snippet of her note to me: I love Michelle and I love this story.
Most importantly, from our work together, Michelle knew that her future husband wants to be a dad, and thus, she had no regrets about walking away when she did. A confident, successful, attractive woman in her mid-30s finds a masculine, confident man, wins him over with her feminine energy, and makes herself so indispensable to his life that he can’t imagine being without her.