How to lovingly end relationships that are no longer fulfilling, satisfying or fun to be in when you know it’s time to move on. How to make sure you don’t stay in an unhappy relationship longer than you should so you can seek happiness elsewhere without regret.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has been unhappily married for ten years. He married his wife because she got pregnant, not because of love. He’s been cheating on his wife instead of leaving her. She’s gained a lot of weight and does not take care of herself. He’s in great shape and seems eager to go for the life he really wants. He asks my opinion on what to say about ending it.
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“Ending a bad relationship or marriage should be done with love, care and concern for the other person as well as yourself. Most people tend to stay in unhappy and unfulfilling relationships long after they realize that they need to end them. This is due to fear of the future, fear they won’t find someone better or fear that the next person will be worse. It’s never too late to become the person you were meant to be. Wouldn’t you much rather spend your senior years looking back upon your life with gratitude instead of regret that you never tried to reach your full potential?” ~ Coach Corey Wayne