Why it’s important to be consistent in your behavior and come from a place of honor and integrity as a human being. Why treating other people right will cause the universe to bring people into your life who treat you right as long as you stand up for yourself, what you want and are consistent without compromise in your behavior. If you are consistent in your behavior, members of the opposite sex and others, will know what to expect from you and will respect your boundaries.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss two emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer I recently had a phone coaching session with after his girlfriend broke up with him. She has been calling him and he has started to hangout and hookup with her again. The second time they were getting together she called him to tell him that she was going to be a bitch when they got together. At dinner she was texting other people, presumably other guys she was seeing, and being rude, cold and distant. I tell him how he should have handled the situation and what to do going forward.
In the second email I discuss a viewer’s question regarding women lining up a replacement guy before breaking up with their current boyfriend. I also discuss what you learn from every relationship and how they help you grow and become more aware of what you really want.
“It is important to operate from a place of integrity and live your highest truth at all times. Even when others do not. You should treat other people as you would like to be treated. If you have people in your life whether they be friends, lovers, family, etc., who are not treating you right, you have to stand up for yourself and make it clear what you are willing and not willing to tolerate. If they continue to violate yourself and your dignity, then you must exclude them from your life until they either start treating you how you want to be treated or they disappear to find their own way without you. If you continue to allow abusive behavior you are simply enabling and inviting them to continue to mistreat you. It is a privilege for others to be a part of your life, not a right.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne