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Ok, raise your hand if you’ve ever been confused by a guy before.

Now, look around.

What do you see?

Everyone’s hands are up.

You’ve all been confused by guys actions before.

Heck, I’ve been confused by guys actions before.

The question is, what do you do when that confusion strikes?

If you’re like most women, your next step is to think about it…

… and think about it…

… and ask your friends about it…

… and think about it some more.

It’s loco!

Ladies, you’ve got to stop overanalyzing men.

It’s not only going to drive you bonkers, but it’s also going to drive him away.

Here’s how to get out of your own head and stop over-analyzing men.

Sometimes you need to dig into why he does certain things, but most of the time, you need to just let it go.

For your happiness and sanity, check out this video.

Your Coach,


P.S. One way to get out of your head is to develop unshakeable confidence.

When you feel great about who you are, you don’t worry about what men are doing.

Developing this confidence is exactly what I teach in my program, Men Love Confident Women. Check it out here.

Here’s Why You Should Stop Over-Analyzing Men

Over the years of helping women just like you find love, I’ve noticed one big difference between men and women…

… women love to analyze men.

It comes from a very good place…

… you want to understand.

But here’s the problem…

…no matter how much you analyze something, sometimes you’ll never know the answer.

Stop Overanalyzing Men!

You can’t analyze an unknown and suddenly turn it into a truth.

If you’re looking to find out how to stop overanalyzing men…

… the best thing you can do is to play your game.

Be your best, emotionally secure, mature self and stay in your lane.

You had an amazing date with a guy and he said he’d text you but he never did?

Stay in your lane.

You hooked up a few weeks ago but he’s ignoring at a party?

Screw him, play your game.

Be your best self.

One thing I teach in all of my courses is that you should spend 90% of your time socializing and meeting new people and taking action in your love life…

… and only 10% of your time learning and analyzing what’s happening in your love life.

90% doing, 10% analyzing.

And when something doesn’t go your way, it’s okay.

Stay focused.

Stop always trying to get answers.

Play your game.

Be your best self.

One of the worst things that happens when you’re over analyzing men is ending up in analysis paralysis.

You’ve analyzed the problem so much that you have no idea of what to do or what action to take.

You need to learn to follow your gut instinct, and if something feels off, it probably is off.

Finally, if you’re in a relationship and there’s a problem…

… only one person who can give you the answer to what’s going on.

It’s not your girlfriend, it’s not your mom, it’s not even me.

It’s the guy that you’re dating.

The best way to get real answers in your love life, especially if you’re in a relationship, is to go that person with the problem.

Be open about your feelings and be authentic about what’s going on, and stay solution oriented.

By doing that and communicating your feelings in a real, authentic way, it’s likely that you’ll get to the root of the problem…

… rather than spending hours and hours analyzing the problem.

And if overthinking relationships is a common theme in your life, I recommend you take up a practice of meditation.

I’m not here to teach you meditation, but the app Headspace is great place to get started.

Meditation helps you really gain control of those emotions and thoughts in your mind, stop overthinking, and learn how to really focus your energy in one place.

So let me ask you, have you ever analyzed a problem so much that it literally made the problem even worse? I want to hear in the comments below

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