Do WORDS Make You a “Bitch?”

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We’re talking about how “bitchy” is just being a girl with the wrong words. How “Bitch” is much closer to Feminine energy than stuffing down feelings and “never letting him see you at your worst.”

Yep – he’s rather see your “weakness” break through Authentically than tolerate your “bitchiness” – but he’s also rather have you be “bitchy” than for you to PRETEND. In other words, he’d rather be around feelings than artificial composure.

He’ll be willing to put up with “bitchiness” for awhile. It’ll be more interesting to him than a “pretending” woman – at first, but then it’ll wear him down and he’ll withdraw.

The only way to keep a man’s interest, devotion, love and commitment – forever – is to allow all your feelings (including the ones you think show “weakness”) to come out authentically. To be expressed in WORDS that do no harm, and yet let HIM feel YOU while you’re feeling your feelings. It doesn’t matter what he feels about your specific feelings. He’s just simply drawn in by your ABILITY to feel.

Sounds pretty scary, doesn’t it? Well, it is. If it wasn’t scary, we would’ve done it years ago, because it WORKS with men.

We just were never taught the WORDS to use that make all the difference between “bitch” language and “girl” language. Before I give you my take on this, I want you to do this:

Watch your own words, and how what you say and what you FEEL are connected. See if you can catch yourself smiling when you feel angry, or laughing when you feel like crying. See how you are when you feel irritated, but you don’t want to let anyone see it.

Let me know here with your comments what you discover about yourself, so we can move onto the next steps.


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  1.  #1Uschi on September 6, 2009 at 6:25 am

    so if I tell him that I am angry because he let me down instead of just letting it go – he will come towards me – I think it would bring on a fight

  2.  #2Rori Raye on September 6, 2009 at 6:57 pm

    Uschi, and this is helpful to everyone else. Sharing that you feel angry is correct. Making him wrong, or blaiming him…is the WRONG thing to do…It’s against the 4 Rules. Uschi, please download the ebook and work with…you’ll understand everything. Love, Rori