How to know if you are dating a person who is too toxic to have a healthy relationship with and how to avoid becoming a doormat where your lover starts to take advantage of you, walk all over you and take you for granted. How to take your power and self respect back and get your lover to respect and love you again.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who says he started “getting lost in lust, losing myself and putting her first…” and that he “…slowly changed into a complete pussy.” His girlfriend is backing away and he wants to know what to do to get his power back and her chasing him again. The second email is from a viewer who got involved with a woman who was a serial cheater, liar and came from a totally dysfunctional family. He allowed her to walk all over him and take advantage of him.
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“People often out of their own lack of self-respect and self-love will tolerate physical, mental and emotional abuse. They literally invite others to use them, take advantage of them, mistreat them and take them for granted. If you are dating, in a friendship or in an intimate relationship with someone who does not value you or treat you properly, but you continue to take their abuse without standing up for yourself, you are enabling their behavior. One of the most difficult but freeing things you can do for yourself, is to stand up for yourself and walk away from people and relationships where you are not valued, appreciated and loved. The strongest negotiating position is being able to walk away and mean it.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne