The #1 Biggest Mistake You Can Make in a Relationship

There is ONE mistake a woman can make that will ruin a relationship every time.

Think you know what it is?

You may be surprised at the answer…

This is just one of the questions I tackle in this week’s video in our newly-popular #AskMatthewHussey format.

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19 Replies to “The #1 Biggest Mistake You Can Make in a Relationship”

  1. Hi Matthew.

    I’ve been friends with this guy for about 4 years. I was his boss when I met him. The past 3 years, we’ve got different jobs now. Anyway. I’ve slowly grown to have a thing for him every time I see him. We have the same friends. So since we’re both single, things finally happy about a month ago on my birthday weekend. We’ve gone on a few dates and things happened. Some of my friends say that it was inevitable that it was bound to happen between me and him. My thing is, he’s my friend and how do I transition into this whole “I like you more than a friend” or “I like you for more than all of this fun we are having with each other”. I’ve been trying not to overwhelm him this week by not initiating texts or asking him to hang. We’re busy people and have weird schedules and make time to take care of things for our individual selves. Tonight, one of our friends invited him out, I grabbed him and said to come into the club with us because it’ll be a good time. So TONIGHT this video of “make him chase you” I think worked. I made sure to make my circles and have fun. Guys were flirting with me in front of him and he kept his eyes on me. Doing this whole initiate contact and walk away and talk to others I believed worked. He soon came next to me and talked to me and gently touched my arm, stomach, and back. Later, he came behind me and put his head on my shoulder and was holding me from behind while I was talking to or friends. My friends knew what was going on just by guessing. It was their first time seeing him being like that full on with me. They were like kids being giddy and laughing. Before he left to take my friends home. He hugged me for awhile and kissed me on the cheek twice. I kissed him back. Weird because our friends were behind him giggling. Well, it’s been tough to get another one on one with him. My sister and brother’s fiancé say not to ask anymore or text until he texts me and asks me. I’ve tried 3x this past week and for him something comes up and I genuinely believe his reasons. I like him and don’t want to be a fool. Am I doing the right thing by waiting for him to reinitiate contact? We never used to text a lot before until things happened. It used to be every few months. I don’t want to make a mistake here. What are your thoughts?

  2. I think, when u pressure a guy by asking questions like how far do u want to take this relationship with me. or asking where r u, where r u going. (Keeping track of him). Not a good idea.I find that a relationship should not have conditions or stipulations… it should be about 2 people who love each other and want to be together.

  3. Can you do a video about helping women that got out of a violent relationship? There are lots of women that have experienced domestic violence and find difficulty trusting again. There is very little information on how to trust again and get back to dating.
    Most women do the freedom program to help them move on but all it does is to make women freak out that all men around them are abusers.
    Women’s aid forum has many women that are asking for guidelines and there isn’t much info online. I know it is a special case but it will be great to see someone caring for this group that really needs help.
    Thanks in advance
    Candice x

  4. 1st,your light is too flashy?!…lol
    okay i get that ;) putting emphasis on something.

    2nd,finally-jameson got his 2nd break ;) and that kristina’s :) question was similar to my situation…coming back home and building same connection is challenging but it’s not really impossible at all if there was something that linked us in the first place…find that common ground you once had or something you know that interests them:) just be casual, if you wanted to win a friend ;) then be friendly again.it always starts in you ;)

    3rd,yes as the world innovates our relationships too must progress-from dating to friendships, friendships to partners, partners to lovers and so on…progression is the antidote to boredom and finding meaning to why we are sticking in certain relationships- if we are growing…it’s a good hint that we’re in the right place with the right people…

    keep it coming coach Edward, i mean coach Matthew-your whole team rocks!

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