I recently recorded a short video on the surprising way to bring a man CLOSER, no matter what he’s doing right now.
Many women I hear from think they’re in their feminine energy, but they’re actually doing this one very subtle thing that’s preventing a man from coming close and keeping him at arm’s length.
I share exactly what that is in this video, and what to do instead to quickly turn things around and bring that man closer:

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    4 replies to "The Surprising Way To Bring A Man CLOSER (No Matter What He's Doing Right Now!)"

    • Liliana Marquez

      Hello Ms Hart,
      Browsing through various articles on the internet, I came across YOUR article… and I’m really glad I did. It resonated with me more so than other articles that supposedly speak on the same type of subject… getting the love a woman wants. But your article stood out to me. I have a question though…I feel as though I’ve ruined pretty much everything in my relationship with my clingy, and yes, desperate behavior. I’ve been dating my boyfriend for 5 months and as of 2.5-3 months ago or so, I’ve gone from being “that” girl he was SO attracted to, so interested in, to…a clingy, desperate hot mess! My question is, in situations such as mine, is there hope? Can I really turn things around to where HE’S the one wanting ME and calling me, texting me again like he used to and actually WANTING to spend time with ME rather than the other way around? Lately it seems to me that I’M the pursuer and he’s the…”prize”, if that makes any sense? I so want things to change Ms Hart! He does still spend time with me, but he recently started saying that he’s NOT coming over as often as before, he’s going to come over every other day or every two days instead of how often he was coming over… you can imagine my desperation. Even though I don’t WANT to feel desperate, I DO and of course that desperation colors my behavior accordingly, as would be expected. Please let me know, do I have a real chance to change this situation and keep this man I love so much?
      Thank you for your time, I look forward to hearing from you soon.
      Sincerely,
      Liliana

    • Free At Last

      So painful!!! I just went through that, for a whole year! I discovered, after listening to many videos, and trying to follow the good advice, that until you make a total “shift “ within (Be) and refocus that energy on myself, that pattern doesn’t go away. Yesterday, I finally internalized it! I finally believe everyone, including my family, who thinks that I am amazing! (secretly and maybe unconsciously, I did not see it). I found 3 stages in my process:
      1. Clueless as to why this happened
      2. Able to verbalize all these things I have heard in the videos…
      (I know them now).
      3. Internalization: I finally believe that it is who I am= Finally love myself! I am what I know now.
      But this time doing it not to secretly getting him back, but because I am moving forward with or without him. His reaction? I feel he sensed it right away because for the first time, he stepped up. But I am no longer waiting for him, from the inside. I have no idea what will happen next, except for I will continue to value myself. Thank you, Helen Hart !!!! Please keep reminding women when you do these videos about how to make him want you etc… that the main purpose is not to get a guy to love you, but to love yourself first. It has to be real and come from within (internalized). Again good luck to all and thank you!

    • shannon

      What happens if you were doing all of this naturally, because that’s how you wanted to live your life, but my husband believed that my fulfillment and happiness was coming from another man. In other words, an affair.

      He never told me any of this, until he said he was done and wanted to divorce. I was shocked!

      So following all of the guidance offered, is what actually broke us apart. Any thoughts or suggestions? We have a 14 year-old daughter, so I really don’t want her to experience divorce.

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