Are You Just A Booty Call?

In this week’s episode of LOVELife, I take a question from Natasha about being intimate with a guy too early on and ruining her chances of an actual relationship. We discuss the ways she can respond to a late night “booty call” and finally get the relationship she wants.

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  1. Natasha says:

    Holy smokes!!!!! THIS WAS OUR CONVO YIPEE!!

    AND……

    He turned out to be a relationship but sadly a very “toxic” person as you explain in a recent vlog..

    I’m still very excited about getting to speak with you. You said my name so very posh lol.

    Natasha Marie

  2. TC says:

    How do I distinguish if he is interested or a booty call. We stay in all the time for last 3 months. I am in process of divorcing and this great guy just fell in my lap. I have kids but still haven’t introduced him to them. I fell like a its a closet relationship. He tells me he loves me and I’m not a booty call. I’m scared to ask why we don’t do things outside of the house. I guess, I don’t want to scare him away but I have concerns.

  3. majo says:

    I loved it! I m from asuncion, Paraguay!

  4. Paula says:

    Way to go Natasha for making Matt blush!
    :)

  5. HF says:

    HI!

    first of all I want to thank you for what you do. I have been following you for some time now and it´s really fun seeing how far you have come!

    if i might ask a question here, I actually have often wanted to ask you questions, there are many questions burning on my lips, but this is my first one so I´m gonna give it a try ;)

    so here´s the thing, I met this guy and we went out a couple of times but then decided to just be friend, because of our situations at the time. but now I feel like I don´t want to be in the friend zone anymore and have tried to be real cool about it to see where this is headed. but now I feel like I have messed it up..
    Recently I confronted him about an issue I had heard someone say about him, we talked about it and it wasn´t really a thing. so now I feel like I made a none dramatic situation a dramatic one and he she´s me as this dramatic person.
    Now my question is how can I make it right again and get out of that situations. because I feel like it is moving us further away of being anything more than just friends again!

    hope it´s o.k. that I ask this question here and that you will answer because I am kinda lost :P

    But thank you for all that you have done, I really respect you, and what you do. you are the only dating coach I have ever listened to. feel like you speak the truth and you have helped me a lot ;)

    sincerely
    HF :)

  6. Lauren Elliott says:

    A random thought this evening…

    In a video you once posted, you mentioned that you had a participant at one of your seminars request that you put all the men you were coaching at the time in the same room as the women attending the seminar. After another typical night of perusing the usual “young and single” social scene, I think that woman was on to something, and I think GetTheGuy could create an amazing live event that did just that! Both sexes seem to be desperately seeking out ways in which to participate in an events that allow for authentic interactions to occur between the two, however, the standard spots where most people seek out these interactions make it tough for authenticity to be demonstrated between the two. If you and your team could create a live event in which you were able to co mingle the sexes in a fun, flirty, entertaining, and authentic way, I think you could have significant impact on the single social scene in every city you took the event to! Just a thought! :) Thank you for all the hard work you and your team already do! You guys are onto something that is really revolutionizing people’s interpersonal lives!

  7. Jill says:

    “Say my name one more time” OMG now I don’t remember my comment. Maybe you should start a side biz 1900-4-Hussey.

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