Are you frustrated because you only seem to find or attract a certain type of man? Especially if that type of man isn’t the kind of guy you’ve always dreamt you would end up with?

Men? How to Find and Attract Mr RightWell, in this short video, I’ll be explaining the concept of “changing rooms” and how it relates to the types of men you will typically encounter. More importantly, I’ll tell you how you can stop attracting a wrong types of men and find yourself surrounded by the warm, strong, caring types of men that you’ve always wanted to be with.

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Clay Andrews

Clay Andrews is a dating and relationship coach for high achieving men and women.

What Do You Think?

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  • Joe Mar 2, 2015 at 11:14 am

    I like some of the concepts, but it won’t help anyone. I mean if you are really going to change rooms, you’re going to feel uncomfortable doing that. You are going to feel out of place. Your are going to feel like everyone else in the room thinks that you don’t belong, even if none of them are actually thinking that. Most people have a follower mentality and they are in a particular room because someone else brought them there. So how do you actually move to another room when you know you aren’t going to feel comfortable to start out with and you don’t have someone else to take you to that room? I mean how many people actually do new things on their own. Not very many. They always want someone to go with them.

    • Mika Maddela

      Mika   Joe Mar 10, 2015 at 3:31 am

      Hey Joe,
      You said: “So how do you actually move to another room when you know you aren’t going to feel comfortable to start out with and you don’t have someone else to take you to that room?”<<< My thoughts: Feel the fear and doing it anyway. Tell people to get out of the "sheep mentality" and take personal responsibility for their life. It's usually the hard things that are usually WORTH doing. If stepping out of your comfort zone is too much to handle, then perhaps finding the type of person you want isn't really worth it if you're not willing to get uncomfortable a little bit. If spending an hour or two in a new place meant that I'd increase my chances of finding someone I'd spend a lifetime with, heck ya, it's worth it!!

  • Tim Feb 28, 2015 at 12:15 pm

    They all got married in their twenties to girls who weren’t chasing cheap thrills and bad boys…


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