How to make sense of your own conflicted emotions, feelings and purpose, dealing with deceptive women and getting jerked around by women who don’t seem to appreciate or value you and what you have to offer them. How to gain some clarity so you can make good decisions in your personal life.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. One of them started dating a woman who he was having some of the best sex of his life with, he fell head over heals in love with her, and then… he started noticing discrepancies in things she had told him. He has started to realize that he has been dating a pathological liar and a cheater.
Another viewer broke up with his girlfriend because he was not happy with her or his current career path and purpose. He wonders if he made the right decision now. The third email is from a guy who got dumped by his girlfriend eight months ago. She recently started contacting him again and said she wanted to be friends only. He said thanks, but no thanks to that. She continued to contact him so he started setting dates with her. The only problem? She turns her head when he goes to kiss her and says that she is no longer attracted to him in that way. He’s thinking WTF???
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“It’s never fun to start dating someone and having a fantastic time together, only to then learn that many of the things that they have been telling you are total bullshit, lies and deception. People who deceive tend to lie out of their desire to avoid conflict or fear that they won’t get what they want. Everyone has been hurt in relationships, but once you start seeing red flags popping up all over the place with your new love, it takes a tremendous amount of inner strength, testicle fortitude, self love, self respect and knowing who you are and what you want, to make the difficult decisions to cut bad people lose from your life. Otherwise, you’ll only deceive and bullshit yourself into more painful heartbreak down the road if you don’t get out of bad relationships early enough.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne