How to know if you are being too negative and pessimistic with your girlfriend or wife to the point that you are turning her off and driving her away where she seems to be less interested in sex, talking to you, spending time with you and chasing you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer and recent Skype coaching client from Europe. This client is doing much better with his girlfriend than he thought he was before our Skype session a few weeks ago. His problem? He tends to see the glass as half empty in his relationship. This is causing him to appear weak, needy and insecure at times.
He had a recent trip with his girlfriend that went pretty well, but he had some concerns regarding another guy she is friends with, and he did and said some unmanly things that obviously turned her off and it affected their sex life. He asks me to critique his performance.
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“Are you a glass half full or half empty kind of person? People who see the glass as half full tend to have a more optimistic and positive outlook on life, and their ability to make their dreams a reality. When we are fearful of an undesired outcome or circumstance, we often take actions that actually make what we fear happen. Act and think as if things always will work out for you. Make your decisions and take your actions based upon the assumption that you were designed to succeed, be happy and have things work out the way you want. Stay focused, stay positive & keep taking action towards what you want and you will be a winner. Remember, losers see the glass as half empty and whine about their problems, but most often do nothing to help themselves. That’s something to think about.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne