In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers. The first email is from a guy whose ex dumped him on not one, but two different occasions for sending flirty messages to another woman. She is giving him a 3rd chance for some reason and he asks me what he can do to make sure they get back together since she does not trust him anymore. The second email is from a woman who married a man who had just been divorced. She noticed he was sending messages to his ex who he has kids with, saying the exact same loving things he says to her. She is obviously not happy about it.
The third email is from a viewer who recently started sleeping with a woman who he has been friends with for ten years. Things were great at first, but now she is backing away. The fourth email is from a viewer who got arrested for his controlling behavior towards his now ex girlfriend. Even though she has a restraining order against him and is not legally allowed to contact her, he wants to know how to get her back because he says they are made for each other. It’s a Jerry Springer type of email.
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“Feelings of jealousy are simply fearing that you are not good enough to have someone love you for you. This leads to controlling behavior when their actions do not meet your expectations. When you try to control those you love or who you want to be loved by, they naturally will feel an impending loss of freedom. This will lead to rejection, arguments, drama and unnecessary problems. You must give others the space to choose to be with you, or not. If you seek to force their hand, manipulate them or control them into choosing you or staying with you, your fear based actions will make what you fear a reality and they will leave you to seek someone who gives them the freedom, unconditional love and respect that they deserve.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne