In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has noticed that his girlfriend is no longer mentioning him in her facebook posts. In the beginning of their relationship she was constantly mentioning him and telling her friends to like his business page on facebook. She posts lots of photos of herself and her friends having a great time, but never a mention of him. He wonders what it all means.
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“When it comes to relationships, actions always speak louder than words. If people who you are dating seem to say all the right things in person, but their actions often don’t seem to match their words, you should bottom line their actions to determine how much they really care about you. People will often sugarcoat what they say or exaggerate how much they really care in order to avoid awkward moments or confrontations. When their words don’t match their actions, always assume their actions are the most reliable means to decipher their true intentions or feelings.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne