In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who had tried on numerous occasions to have a mature adult conversation about their sex life with his girlfriend. He was not very satisfied sexually and his girlfriend only seemed to get upset, butt-hurt and withdraw when he tried to communicate his needs. He was not very tactful at times about how he brought up what he wanted, but after this last time she abruptly broke up with him instead of trying to work things out. He asks me my opinion on the situation.
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“The only way to have an effortless relationship is if you make a good choice in choosing your lover. The ideal lover loves themselves, loves their life, is a good communicator, has similar goals and values, loves what they do for a living, is comfortable and seeks out constructive criticism and feedback, loves life and therefore takes good care of their body by eating healthy and exercising properly, is growth and self improvement oriented, respects themselves and others, and is ready, willing, able and open to having a relationship. If you choose to become involved with a lover who withdraws instead of communicating like an adult, seeks to punish you for real or perceived slights, infractions or emotional injuries, they become butt-hurt and offended when you lovingly communicate your needs, wants and desires, or they are selfish, narcissistic and difficult to get along with, you are asking for a life full of pain, rejection and hurt. If you don’t walk away from toxic and immature lovers, you are inviting them to make your life a living hell. 95% of your happiness or misery comes from who you choose to spend your life with. Choose wisely.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne