Good Men Don’t Want To Be Your “Prince” But They Do Want to Be Your Knight

Adam Gilad
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I get it.

You’ve been dating. You’ve been frustrated. Men don’t seem to be recognizing you for the beautiful, kind, wise, sensual woman you actually are.

And yes, there’s a reason they’ve not “getting” you.

My mission is to end your frustration and end the cycle of heartbreak.

And one of the swiftest ways you can open the door on this new era of love and tenderness and passion in your life is to recognize – and work with – the deep truth that men are dying to be your hero.

Not all men – but the good ones.

Despite all our outer bluster and paraded “self-sufficiency” – most good men feel empty if they are not in service.

We don’t want to be your “Prince.” That’s for boys.

Men want to be your “Knight.”

We want to conquer the world for you. Achieve for you. Win your praise and admiration and reward.

As a 3nd Century sage once said of the masculine condition, “If I am only for me, who am I?”

The answer: “diddly-squat”

…although I don’t think that term was popular in the 3nd Century.

If you have been following me or know anything about Intimacy University, then you know that I am a kind of “translator” between men and women.

Men need to understand the language of your heart – and act upon your desire for safety, cherishment, solidity and reliability.

And you need to understand the language of men’s noble heart – so you can call it out and make it sing – for you!

In brief, men usually don’t “seek” commitment up front. What they are seeking is to discover if their life will be better with you or not. If your presence in their life will feel like a “win.”

And at the core of that win, they need to feel that you support, appreciate and will reward them for their “core mission” in life. That mission could be work, creating a happy family, serving a social or political ideal, craftsmanship or even simply making a good living and having someone to be proud of them for that.

On a primal level, men need to be your hero.

If he feels as if he is your hero, his devotion to you will be mighty.

If he feels as if he is failing at making you proud, he will move on to a woman who is better aligned to his striving to make his mark in the world.

There are three steps to bringing out the Heroic Nature of men, and I will discuss these in detail tomorrow.

If you want to learn the whole story about how your celebrating his heroic nature – even in its smallest expressions – will dissolve the fundamental OBSTACLES to commitment that most men face with you – then please watch the replay of our Webinar…

The 5 Obstacles To Commitment And How To Dissolve Them [Not The Men, The Obstacles]

As you will see in this webinar, there are three specific steps to take.

And if you’ve seen this webinar already, and want to join me in Intimacy University (while we still offer the discount rate), you can join here: Join Intimacy University.

To Your Life of Love,


p.s. I can’t underline the importance of this process of culling the hero in a good man which invites him into lifelong devotion. Please watch the video and I think you’ll see what I mean…

The 5 Obstacles To Commitment And How To Dissolve Them [Not The Men, The Obstacles]

This post currently has one comment.

  1. Victoria
    March 3, 2013

    I really enjoyed your webinar, but I’m not ready to sign up for the 5 weeks yet. I’d like to look at your books, so I’m looking forward to reading the first chapter. Thanks, Victoria


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