If You Really Love Him, Don’t Do This

So here’s a simple, undeniable fact:

by Michael Fiore

When it comes to love, CRITICISM is like a toxic disease that eats away at even the best relationship and actually kills even the strongest love.

Actually, guys write me and talk about this all the time.

They say “I love her, but all I ever hear from is what she DOESN’T like about me, what I DON’T do good enough.”

I call it the myth of Prince Charming.

See, ever since you were a little girl most women have had this “ideal” guy living in their heads. This perfect prince who will sweep you off your feet and make you happier than any woman alive.

And while this perfect guy doesn’t exist. . .

It’s actually *really* easy to wake up a guy’s “Inner prince charming” and his own “Secret Romantic.”

See, this might sound weird, but guys WANT to romance you, wine and dine you, sweep you off your feet. But to get them to do that you have to plant the right kind of seed in his mind.

Want to know more, stop whatever you’re doing right now and go watch this video –> Click Here!  by Michael Fiore.

It shows Michael on the Rachael Ray show a few years ago talking about how to use tiny little text messages to create incredible connection with a guy.

So instead of feeling criticized he feels wanted, loved, adored, respected and INSPIRED to give you what you’re craving so much.

–> Here’s the link again! <–

P.S. A lot of women don’t believe that “tiny little text messages” can have such a profound effect on a man, but then they watch this video. . .and they try it themselves.

And then send emails like this:

“Mike, I need to thank you so much! My husband has been pulling away for so long now. I used one of the messages you told me about. He came home that night and wrapped me in his arms, looked right into my eyes and kissed me so deeply. He said that one little message I sent made him pull over on the side of the road and actually cry. Incredible!”

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