Why you should always look at what people do and not what they say as the true determinant of their intentions, desire and behavior.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who got jerked around with his devious and dishonest girlfriend. The whole time they were together she was bouncing back and forth between her 2nd husband, (who she supposedly was divorcing) and him. Her first husband and father of her children committed suicide when he found out that she was cheating on him. Their relationship was full of drama and arguments.
It turns out she moved back in with her husband and rented their house out after he moved out. She had told him she was staying with her parents. He totally allowed his initial love for this woman to override his common sense and ignore all of the numerous red flags. He’s a police officer by the way and even though they are trained to spot liars, he obviously forgot his training when it came to his love life.
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“Actions always speak louder than words. People who are honorable and who have integrity say what they mean and mean what they say. People who are untrustworthy and who have no integrity will constantly make promises, but never follow through on them. Once someone shows their true colors and that they are untrustworthy and devious, but yet you continue to stay involved with them in any way, you deserve what you get. You can’t ignore the consequences of ignoring reality.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne