About 8 months ago I signed up for Matthew Hussey’s Man Myth videos. For the past few months I’ve been following his advice and thinking a lot about the approach he recommends. And, for anyone wondering – Does Matthew Hussey’s Man Myth technique work? Here’s my review.
The basic theory that Matthew Hussey puts across is all about making eye contact with a guy in the right way, giving him a little smile at the right time, giving him the opportunity to approach you and making him feel like a man when he does. It’s also about being proactive and confident and about creating and seizing opportunities. I think it’s all very sensible stuff and is more or less what I’d been doing for years before I’d even heard of Matthew Hussey.
After putting my all into this approach for eight months I’ve realised there are a couple of reasons why it can’t always guarantee amazing results.
1. In order to be able to use this approach, you need to find lots of men you’re attracted to to use it on. This is where my first problem lay. I fancy very few men. There has to be something very specific about a man in order for me to fancy him. I’m not the sort of girl who’ll be satisfied with an average guy. If most girls could be attracted to 2% of the male population, I am probably only attracted to 0.25%. If you never even see or meet guys that you want to get together with, Matthew Hussey’s method is of very little use to you. Of course, Matthew Hussey does talk about the importance of going to the right places to meet the right guys but I find, wherever I go, I rarely see men I’m interested in.
2. It’s difficult to follow the method on your own. You need at least one willing and enthusiastic wingwoman. You can of course go to places like shops and try and chat up men on your own, but that’s lonely and miserable. I think you also come across better if you have friends with you. You look less of a desperate loner. Of all the female friends I have, maybe 5 are single. Of those, 3 are absolutely not interested in making any real effort to find a guy (despite always complaining about being single). I have maybe 2 female friends who say they want to be proactive and look for men but, in reality, whenever we go somewhere that would be a good opportunity for it, they’re unwilling to really support me in using any of Matthew Hussey’s techniques.
So, if you’re not too fussy about what kind of guy you’d like to go out with and you have an army of proactive and supportive single friends, then I think the Matthew Hussey method could get you some amazing results.
If you’re quite picky and you have no one you can rely on to be your wingwoman, then Matthew Hussey’s man myth may not be much help.
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