Do you find that men rarely ask you out? 

Are you sick of making all the plans, if they do ask you out?

Do your friends and colleagues seem to rely on you, but you feel bad asking for their support?

Most successful women have a very hard time asking for help.

It’s not that they can’t, they just don’t.

But if that’s you, it could be costing you a relationship. 

Masculine energy wants to help. But if there are no opportunities to do so, they move on…or don’t see how they can fit into your life.

You don’t get what you deserve, you get what you ask for.

If you’re making it “okay” for the guy to be casual or passive, he will be…

because the masculine is all about conserving energy (whereas the feminine is all about giving energy / finding ways to love).

Yet it’s tricky to ask for commitment, or planning, or chivalry, if you don’t know how to do so in a way that feels feminine and easy.

One of my favorite things is teaching my clients how to inspire a great man to romance and commitment, while feeling like a Queen (and not a nag).

In fact one of my clients is now dating an incredible guy who loves to help her, but whom she deeply respects because of his integrity and his intellect. He helps her because he adores her.

What shifted? She learned to ask for help and learned to be embodied in her feminine.

If you want that too — if you want to be adored, if you want the man to take the lead and to offer his help — all you have to do is make some simple shifts. Simple, but not easy.

I’d love to see if this is something I can help you with — but I have to know your situation and roadblocks and patterns first, and I only work with women who are ready to be vulnerable and ready to receive. If that’s you, just set up a Love Strategy Session here:

If you resist getting help with your love life, it’ll be hard to attract a man who wants to help you. So take a courageous step for yourself now.

Xoxo, Violet

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