How to recover from a cheating wife or girlfriend and use the experience as fuel to take the right action and become the right man. The kind of man women what to date and sleep with, and that other men envy and want to be like.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer whose wife of twenty years was acting weird. He got the feeling that she was cheating. He checked her mobile phone records, confronted her and she admitted the affair. She then told him she wanted a divorce. He had always put his goals and needs as being secondary to hers. He focused on being a good provider and giving her what she wanted. He let himself go physically, gaining a bunch of weight. He had stopped being himself, the leader and assuming the masculine role.
Since then he hired a personal trainer and started taking his life back. His divorce is almost finalized now. He went from being devastated, to now having an abundance of the kind of women he’s always wanted in his life. He shares his successes and how he turned himself and his life around.
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“It’s easy to talk about becoming a better version of yourself. For most people who are living their lives in ways that no longer serve them, or that don’t offer them any more opportunity for growth, it often takes a traumatic event to get them to change their ways. A sudden divorce, breakup, cheating scandal, being fired, health crisis, economic crisis or mid-life crisis, is what dissolves who they were, who thought they were or what they thought life was all about. These destructive, life changing and life altering events are meant to move us in a new direction. The quicker you can embrace and accept what is in your life, the quicker you will be able to recover, rebuild and rejuvenate your purpose, happiness and well being.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne