How to tell if someone really truly cares about you, or if they are simply using you for sex, status, career advancement, a boredom cure, a loneliness cure, etc. What type of behaviors members of the opposite sex display that communicate that they love, respect and truly care about you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a woman who has been on and off with the same guy for a year and a half. Things get all hot and heavy, then after the 5th date he disappears for a month or two, only to start texting for several days before asking her out again. The whole process repeats itself. He has done this three times already. She wonders if he’s just not into her or what’s going on.
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“Too many people in this world settle for a life that is less than what they are capable of living. They often will date, marry or have relationships with people who are “safe,” where they don’t really risk getting hurt emotionally because they’re simply not into that person. They also will hold onto relationships that really need to end out of their fear that they will never find anyone better. This behavior is exhibited by people who constantly dump and then go back to the person they dumped when they become fearful that they won’t find anyone else, or anyone better. Not only do they settle in their relationships, but this pattern of mediocrity shows up in their careers, businesses, friendships and the life and lifestyle they lead. Deep down they simply don’t think it’s in the cards for them. If you truly love, respect and value yourself, you will not tolerate this kind of weak behavior from your potential lovers, friends, business partners, etc. People who are weak and who constantly settle, lie to themselves and others in order to maintain their illusion. You have to become really strong as a person to not only walk away from these kinds of people and situations, but to prevent them from trying to drag you back into their illusion, and down to their level of mediocrity.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne