Avoid These 4 Turnoffs to Attract the Man You Want

No matter how attractive you are, there are certain turnoffs that guys instantly notice and run a mile from.

Eliminate these “mood-killing” behaviors, and watch his attraction for you skyrocket…

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  1. Nad says:

    How to undo this turn off things? I mean if he is already turn off with me, so how im going to get his attention back?

  2. ININEMONI says:

    Sorry but so many of these comments sound fake lol, they just made me puke.
    Obviously a good marketing company who is generating comments and followers. Not falling for it. That actually made me lose interest, bc it’s so obvious

  3. Nellie says:

    Matthew, I am so grateful to you! I have made watching your videos my non-negotiable morning ritual… It all started with learning English and now when I can enjoy your skilfully made videos it gets more and more inspiring…
    Thank you for your being so thoughtfull, so subtle and your willingness to help others to find their way that makes them sparkle and shine!
    It is always such a pleasure to hear your energetic voice, see your understanding eyes and enjoy your being so passionate about what you are doing… it fuels my day!
    Thank you so much!!!

  4. Kylie says:

    Thank you so much this really helped me!

  5. Stefka says:

    If a guy doesn’t remember your name, you made zero impression get over yourself it is likely you are not going to dazzle him the second time around
    A gal can be busy and tired, it’s allowed If a guy is turned off by that, than he really isn’t interested in you

  6. Gaby says:

    Loved the Anastasia comment, you’re so funny!
    It is hard to make the conscious decision to put yourself out there, be available and be willing to meet new people. It is scary, I have to say that in my experience, I have never been a super outgoing person but I’d like to think I’m friendly so it’s been hard to start this process… just gotta keep trying right? thanks for the advice Matt! you’re awesome!

  7. Tamara says:

    Hussey can your hair get any sexier‼️ Love the handsome guy in this video. Great communication techniques to open up conversation. I especially liked the one about being so busy and how to bring that statement into the present. Love your weekly videos

  8. Kelli says:

    First off, probably one of your best videos yet!

    BUT, I have a question. I am one of those people who is ridiculously busy, especially because I travel a lot for work. I don’t necessarily share this with guys right when I meet them…but when guys are trying to set up dates with me, it’s often difficult. I feel bad because there are a few guys who have invited me to things 2 or 3 times and I wouldn’t mind going out with them, but I have had prior commitments every time. How do I navigate this? I realize it’s a turnoff to keep telling them, “I’m busy, but please let me know next time!”

  9. Mia says:

    #4: “Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.”

  10. nitze says:

    Really liked this video

  11. Penny says:

    Great advice! Be positive about who you are and allow others to be human – not everyone remembers everything so don’t put them in a position to be embarrassed about names, etc. Also a pet peeve of mine are the people that can’t graciously accept a compliment – whether you agree with what a person compliments about you or not, just say thank you for the kind words and go forward.

  12. Kim says:

    Your videos get better every week. You’ve really come into your own. The hard part for me is having to wait an entire week for a new one!
    Good on ya.

  13. Melanie Daub says:

    Oh Matt, sorry to interrupt. I just saw this cute guy over there in the video. Since I can’t go over right now to practice my skills on him: I need your help for his contacts

  14. Shahed says:

    Thank u so much its really useful, im trying to do it all the time and it’s really work with everyone ;)

  15. Mani says:

    Holy shit, that guy – what a sweetie. Which gym was that?

  16. Natascia says:

    Hi Matt this is Natasha I’ve been seeing the same guy on and off for at least 4 years now we’ve been really good friends for about four years before so in total we are friends for like 8 and I really don’t know what’s the next step can you help

  17. Mari says:

    Hi Matthew,

    Great tips! Its super useful indeed. Hope to receive more tips from you.


  18. Deborah Pelletier says:

    Maaaaaaatt! I have a really, really important question to ask you. How/Where is the best place to ask it? 1000 of women like me really need your help with this one…

    BTW I loved this video so much. I actually felt my butt cheeks clench with her cringe-worthy comments. lol!



  19. Laurie says:

    Great conversation tips, Matt! Super useful :)

  20. Andree says:

    Well done!

  21. Rose says:

    So saying you’re busy is a turnoff? There’s a lot that scare these men, uh ?

  22. Nancy says:

    I believe this is pretty great advice, so thank you for all of your great videos. I am of the opinion that this particular video bite is great for all new interpersonal relationships not simply attracting a mate. Love the videos and I appreciate the humor a lot in them! Great work on trying to genuinely help others in such an easily digestible manner.

  23. eleni kachpani says:

    Very interesting! Spotted lines I use when I’m not at my best, and don’t know how to properly maintain a good image!
    P.s. Laughed with tears when you rang that bell!!!

  24. Charlotte says:

    HI Matt, any chance you could do some stuff on post domestic abuse dating. I know it sounds a weird topic but I work with people who have experienced abused and it would be really good if this was addressed in dating blogs.

    • Mia says:

      I second Charlotte’s request. I think I heard that one in three women will experience domestic abuse, whether physical, verbal, emotional, financial, sexual, etc. Valid topic for discussion. A lot would depend on the woman’s temperment, resilience, support, but I think it is surprising how even women who would seem least likely to find themselves in or recovering from this, myself included, experience it. Like a disease, it could affect anyone (men too, of course) and if anything is even more jarring when it is a total contradiction to her self image and reputation. Realizing it’s not her fault and leaving are the first steps to healing, yet what are the next steps on the other side of trauma?
      Thanks for bringing this up.

  25. Julie MacKenzie says:

    Loved this video Matthew! Looking forward to the next one! Hugs!

  26. Catherine says:

    Find Mathews advice and insight to be grounded im his in depth understanding of human nature. He reveals what I overlook!!
    Amazing gift from God and I am sure hard work development.

  27. asal says:

    you mentioned valuable and brief tips
    I appreciate your video:)

  28. Diphutso says:

    Hey’ Matthew Hussey”
    All ur videos are very impressive and very educating. I have a special case in which I desperately need ur help. As I have mentioned earlier, I’m 39 with 3 three kids.I’m experiencing rejection in relationship how best can u help me find a life partner? How can I arrange for my personal problem?

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