Devious and dishonest people tend to deceive out of their desire to not hurt other peoples feelings, get what they want or to avoid dealing with the truth or the consequences of their actions. How you should approach relationships with other people who are known to be devious, lie or cheat on their significant others.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss five different emails from five different viewers. One of them is dating a woman who cheated on several of her previous boyfriends. She recently told him about a guy from her work who also happens to live in her building who asked her to meet him for a cup of coffee. He says he may knock on her door over the weekend to see if she’s free. Even though she told him she was spending the weekend with her boyfriend, the guy from her work said he would possibly have coffee with them both. The viewer who sent the email does not like the situation as it seems like she’s going on a date with another guy.
Another email is from a guy who is dating many very beautiful women. The problem is that they often are 10, 20 or 30 minutes late for their dates with him. He wonders how to handle this. He’s always on time and believes it’s disrespectful for them to be consistently late. Another viewer who is very honest and would never tell big or small lies, is dating a woman who seems to deceive him often. He obviously does not like it.
“Devious people find it easier to lie and deceive than to tell the truth. Honest and honorable people believe that doing the right thing is paramount in all of their actions. Devious people deceive others and themselves because they fear undesirable outcomes and consequences. Devious people tend to only do the right thing when it’s convenient, easy or benefits them because they do not have a strong sense of right and wrong. For the devious, honesty is a moving target. A persons future behavior is predictable based upon their previous and present behavior. The only way an honest and honorable person will truly feel comfortable in relationship is if their partner is like minded, honest and honorable themselves.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne