The 5 LEAST Sexy Things Women Do that Chase Men Away (Kim Kardashian is Guilty of Number 4)

The 5 LEAST Sexy Things Women Do that Chase Men Away (Kim Kardashian is Guilty of Number 4)

Mat Boggs shares dating advice for women and The 5 LEAST Sexy Things Women Do that Chase Men Away

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As a sought-after dating and relationship coach for women and international speaker, Mat Boggs has helped thousands of women understand men, improve their relationships, and attract the relationship they want.

As the best-selling author of Project Everlasting, and creator of Cracking The Man Code, Mat Boggs? dating and relationship advice has been featured on national media including The Today Show, CNN, Headline News, Oprah and Friends, and many more.

Mat’s Mission: To increase love in the world, one heart at a time.

As a dating coach for women, Mat believes that your history does not determine your destiny, and that you are more powerful than any circumstance you are facing. The relationship dream in your heart really can become the life you love living!

Mat Boggs highly acclaimed relationship programs have served women around the world in all age groups from 20yrs old to over 70yrs old.

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43 thoughts on “The 5 LEAST Sexy Things Women Do that Chase Men Away (Kim Kardashian is Guilty of Number 4)”

  1. Thank you Matt! Ive been watching your videos and it has realy helped me a lot improve how i present myself in dates. I havent found the one yet but I can see improvements. It will be in no time when i finally meet that person. Thank you for all your encouraging videos and stories. Please keep on posting videos it helps a lot people..

  2. Il it's a dinner date and he doesn't seat straight, talks on the phone all the time, if his phone doesn't ring he makes the call..
    Chewing with his mouth open and talking about money in a way that he feels it will impress the woman

  3. Hi Mr Boggs, think someone is messing with me in the comment section of this post- a reply to me came through with your tag but it said whatsapp and had a phone number. Think it may be a scammer. Just giving you a heads up.

  4. Gossip is disgusting!!!! I refuse to do it and it’s a gigantic clue to one’s character and a huge turn off!! If your life is so unhappy and empty you have to gossip about others then I’m not interested!!

  5. They asked me : how many directors are in your company? How many employees do you have? Tell me the numbers? It was, i was with an investor in my company, felt interrogated. I felt like the next question will be : "send me your Annual Financial Statement & actually how much do you make"? which all this are the questions asked by investors in the company they want to invest in & grow.

  6. Mat, Wow oh wow, this was such an incredible and VERY informative video! You always go above and beyond in helping us in our lives! As always, color me incredibly grateful for what you do and give. 👏🥰👏♥️👏😎

  7. There are multiple possibilities for a man to ruin a date with a woman:
    Mumbling is very unattractive. I find it a form of passive aggression.
    And stingyness. Unempathetic and or volatile behaviour. A misregulated/unsound mind.
    Mesoginy. Talking bad about his former relationships with women, his sisters, his mother, his female boss, female drivers…
    Crack dirty jokes, to get "flirty".
    And poking in emotional wounds of persons, just to have anything to say.
    Being pushy and trying to cross boundaries just to test how far it could go…
    Trying hard making her drunk and damage the reputation of her, filming and/or photografing her in a very unfavorable position/situation.
    Sorting out/detecting some "Benefits". (Does he have at least a place to sleep at night?)
    Belitteling (gaslithing) the Perception of her.
    Being rude/intimidating and/or embarassing –> damaging the image of your date. (e.g. too loud, too bossy)
    Trying at all costs to find a vulnerability in you and isolate you from any safe environment. (May I invite you to go sailing with me and my friend, even though, we do not know each other at all?) (shall I swim back in a worst case scenario? May I even survive it?)
    Trying too hard to "Catch" ANYone – no matter what. (you can find the right person later on, right…?)
    Trying to make your date doing something risky (allegedly just for fun…).
    Testing the physical strength/durability of your body. (punch me in my belly, see how hard my belly muscels are).
    Intercept a woman, like hunting, almost like stalking (for real)
    Trying to dominate and condition the behaviour of a woman (Like I saw her, and I just took her, like a prey !!!)
    Lying in case of his age (20 years between reality and pretended age). And getting angry when pointed out.
    ALWAYS ridiculing any intelligent sentence coming from her. (What? Cars can get their energy by solar, also? How get they out of their garage then, because sun is not shinging there… ? That makes no sense at all…)
    responding angrily out of disappointment, when an invitation did not pay out for them (what! no "peeeeep", but I paid your coffee…)
    Men can be so straining – such energy vampires. So exhausting and also scary.. – I already gave it up completely.

  8. What if you don’t have a passion and you’re ok with it? Is it necessary to have a passion? I mean when I think of what passion, it’s something that is major focus that consumes your life. Maybe I got wrong definition

  9. 5:40 While you MEAN WELL, I can't believe how you are missing SO MUCH on this, Mat!!!! Some people ARE really victimized. Have you ever heard of #METOO, Mat???? If you haven't, please do your homework. Sometimes, leaving SO QUICKLY isn't an option. God forbid your children become employees one day and ARE targeted by their bosses, Mat!!! You sound like YOU ARE TELLING ALL WOMEN to shut up and not EVER lean on anyone. Even independent people need people to support them. I just got finished talking to and listening to a friend tell me how a male colleague is sexually harassing her. God forbid she tell a date about this. God forbid he blames her and calls her a whiner!!!!

  10. On a first date I don’t appreciate aggressive sexual behaviour, the assumption that sex is on the table right away…big turn off…keep it friendly, and a bit flirty. My problem is not usually with the man, but rather that I need to cut the date short. Conversations with me tend to go on for hours, and all the experts say keep a first date short. I’ve only ever had one bad first date and that was with a man who was looking for a hook up and not to get to know me…be up front about that guys, because I don’t want my time wasted any more than you do.

  11. My sister married 7 years ago, and her marriage did not last for a year.. She discovered that he was dishonest.. The divorce occurred.. She never wanted a new relationship.. She didn't even want to think about it.. I don't want to pressure her.. But I don't. Because of her fear that she will not live happily.. what should I dop

  12. I’ve had some guys that were straight up interviewing me, they’d ask a question, I’d respond, I’d try to word my response in a way that could flow into a conversation but he was right on to the next question. Got very boring very quickly.

  13. CELL PHONE ADDICTS! I'm older than probably a lot of the girls here, but I'm divorced and have two grown kids. So I'm starting over and really find this advice fascinating. I wish I had some of this advice when I was young and dating, but ladies…it still applies! I have a bucket of things that I could write about myself, and some guys/men that have been in my life. What's a bit alarming, is I did have a tendency to try to please guys too much when I was young. I look back and they were 10s on my list, but I should have given some of the guys a chance that from the outside may not have been at that level. These guys walked all over me and broke my heart. The alarming part is my ex was charming and attentive, nice looking, but really not my type. The difference was I just naturally used some of the advice Mat talked about in this video. It only made him nicer!…and I had to question why I wasn't head over heels? Then I convinced myself that I was allowing myself to be treated badly and that my ex was truly a good guy. We only dated for four months when he proposed. I couldn't say yes but kept dating him. A month later I finally agreed…I was 23! Way too young, and he was in his 30's. After a month, the man that was the love of my life showed back up and was shocked I had gotten engaged so soon. We never really broke up, but WAY back then, we had dated in college, and jobs took us to different places. Phone calls were outrageous back then, and we were too far for driving on a weekend. I felt he had met someone and lost interest. But he hadn't…I kept telling myself that I had changed and convinced myself he had treated me terribly….but I did cry for about six weeks and almost broke off the engagement. Long story short….I divorced….ran into my soul mate, who was then married, but about to be divorced…and we pledged to each other we were going to spend the remainder of our lives together when his very bitter divorce was settled. The biggest heartbreak of my life was that two weeks before D-day for him, he died of a massive heart attack. I don't know what the moral of this story is other than if you find the man that compliments your life…and you break up or drift apart, be certain he is sure he doesn't want to continue with the relationship. I had made a pledge to my ex and I told myself I was going to honor it…and divorce was never going to be an issue. I screwed up. My heart has healed enough to start seeing men again, but I'm much wiser and not in such a hurry, Wow! Sorry about the novel!

  14. How about the man who eats 🤔 from your plate without asking first? Then there's the man who pushes the salt and pepper and more hogging your side of the table 🙄 instead of simply pushing his own chair back for more room? 😄Haha. Beware!! He's too pushy to say the least. Good Luck!

  15. Yoh @Mat Boggs – did you see what’s happening to men who claim to love their wives so much on social media and they became famous? They ended up being liars and cheaters. You better not be one of those 😉

  16. Personally don't like anything that makes me feel like I'm your buddy like fist bumps, arm slaps, high fives, pointing at me, calling me dude, splitting checks, not holding doors, walking way ahead of me…etc. etc. Chivalry goes a long way.

  17. The least sexy thing to me is when the man makes the first date questions cold like even worst than a job interview. A guy asked me where I live, how old am I (and then compared with his own age) and finally what do I do for a living. That was the coup de grace I knew from those questions he wasn’t mature enough. There are ways to collect those infos in a much more subtle way throughout the conversation, but this man wasn’t very skillful. I rather talk about where we’re from (where grew up), what are our passions regardless of jobs. It’s not because something is earning us money that it defines us.

  18. I find very interesting and enlightening for me what you say about uptalk. When I first went to the U.S. for my studies every time someone used uptalk I thought they were asking me a question. It took me a long time to find out that that 's the tone the Americans use many times in an affirmative sentence. I'm from Spain, and that used to drive me crazy. As a foreigner it was very confusing for me. In Spanish we only use the interrogative tone when we are actually asking something, never when we are just making a statement.

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