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It’s a bold move, really, to proclaim there’s a kind of secret key-code for winning the game of love, but the lure proves effective. I hear a lot of mmms and uh-huhs around me as he reveals his “secret” to attraction, and I can’t decide whether the audience is enlightened by the insight or just affirming that yes, they too believe this to be true, which makes me think Hussey isn’t really offering much in the way of anything new. The only novelty seems to be that the old chestnut is coming out of the mouth of a cute British guy in a stylish jacket, which he later removes, along with his tie, to howls of approval. Perhaps to soften the blow, he cues the DJ to pump up the music and commands the audience to stand up and dance. God, it’s only 4:30… He urges us to assume attraction, and by doing so we will be attractive. Almost 5: My attention is waning, but Hussey is just getting into the nitty-gritty of his program. Wow he sent me this touching email that made me cry cuz I am so vulnerable right now and I gave him my phone number. THEY never seem to acknowledge the fact that there were plenty of successful relationships and marriages that existed before he was even born but he’s found himself a niche were he can scrutinise women freely then discipline women for doing the same to him. Doesn’t this man realise that some women will always be too good for him and not the other way round?
Doesn’t he realise his apparent lack of education doesn’t make him a psychologist?
I’m starting to really like Matthew now I was a little harsh at the start but I have come around a little inspiration from Matthew goes a long way.
I personally was sucked in at a vulnerable time, I attended a retreat and I am out of pocket. By clicking "Create Account", I confirm that I have read and understood each of the website terms of service and privacy policy and that I agree to be bound by them. Receive our top stories handpicked by our editors every day, including under-the-radar shopping picks, styling and beauty tips, celebrity buzz, need-to-know culture news and #careerinspo. In his book, Get the Guy, Matthew Hussey—relationship expert, matchmaker, and star of the NBC reality show Ready for Love—reveals the secrets of the male mind and the fundamentals of dating and mating for a proven, revolutionary approach to help women to find lasting love. The “ballroom,” which is really a corporate conference room, is packed with women (and one lone man in his late 50s).

The idea that confidence is attractive sounds pretty familiar—the kind of thing my mother and grandmother drilled into me as a child. Hussey may proclaim to know a lot about the male mind, but his knowledge of the female bladder is sorely lacking.
He offers what he perceives to be foolproof scripts: for example, if you’re at a restaurant and see someone you like, you could break the ice with “What did you order? I start to wonder if the real appeal of this seminar is being around the charismatic Hussey; if he’s the “guy” we get out of his program. Hussey talks about how most women don’t want to wind up with the nice guy or the “sexy dick,” but rather a hybrid of both, which he defines as a “good man with an edge.” He doesn’t go into too much detail about who that guy is and where he hangs out or how to spot him in a crowd of “sexy dicks,” but in a way he doesn’t need to. He’s also now just wearing a T-shirt and jeans and is sweaty from his own feverish dancing. Hussey announces that he’s distributing applications for his pricey retreat, which we’re told we can’t afford not to take. Doesn’t he acknowledge that there are skilful women with happy love life’s that quite frankly disgusted with his cheap advice? Doesn’t he realise that no we don’t have to take his advice so he should STOP FORCING HIS RELIGION ON US? I am delighted because some of things he talks about are some of the things I have already been doing all along, now I feel confident again. There’s nothing wrong with having a primarily male social network (guys can introduce you to other guys) or a male best friend.But if you want to stop getting stuck in the friend zone with men you desire, and with whom you can imagine a long and happy romantic future, the best thing to do is either meet someone new or do something new. He reminds us of logical things we probably already know, but he wraps it in a quick read in a very supportive and charismatic tone. The women are a diverse mix of ages and ethnicities; some are in the smooth-skinned prime of their early 20s, while others are well into their worldly wise 30s, 40s and even 50s. That exhaustion may account for the carb-loading—the sandwich-snarfing and cheese-and-cracker eating—that I see all around me.
The seminar is loosely organized around the idea of being confident and being a more competent dater. He’s teaching them how to flirt at a bar, and he’s pretty darn flirty himself, kissing and hugging and nudge-nudge wink-winking them into submission.
Not because Hussey and his foot soldiers want me to, but because my butt is numb and I love this song!

He urges us to let go of whatever or whoever is holding us back, because “this is our year.” An emotional soundtrack plays—I can’t pick out the music but I know I’ve heard it before.
A few seconds in and I realize it’s a commercial for his week-long retreat on—you got it—core confidence, which he’s touted as the secret to attracting basically everything good in life all day without ever really telling us how to achieve it.
One 40-year-old woman got married and had a baby after doing it, which is the modern woman’s Cinderella story.
It’s here, at the precise point that the seminar turns into a shameless sales pitch for his retreat, that I bail, and so does a quarter of the audience. I <3 this blog, thanks for helping me protect myself from these money grubbers (Matt Hussey).
Scripts are such a good idea, I can use scripts to protect myself from getting hurt and not just in dating but in life too.
He focuses mainly on the latter and urges us to become either “moths” or “flames” to get what we want, an extended analogy that boils down to: get out there and meet some men, honey, and if you can’t be exciting and fun then hang around people who are (or “hubs”).
We’ve spent our precious Saturday with a charming, WB-handsome love guru with an agenda, and we’re really tired, really hungry and really looking forward to watching some TV. Please check your email, click the link to verify your address, and then submit your comment. And by the joyful expressions on the faces of the tired women around me, I think they’re feeling the same thing.
So when there are more than 100 women in attendance and you are paying a premium price for so called ‘expertise’, one has to question the authenticity of helping or exploiting women!! If you can't find this email, access your profile editor to re-send the confirmation email.
And he says don’t labour under the illusion that a guy can absolve you of your hang-ups; in fact, he’ll only magnify them.

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