How to know when it’s really over and time to move on with your life when a relationship is going nowhere or your significant is already dating or involved with another person.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who is living with a woman who he has a child with. The only problem is that even though they sleep in the same bed, she is sleeping with and dating another man. She has told him she is not interested in reconciling again and that either she or he needs to move out. He is ignoring the reality that his relationship is over.
The second email is from a viewer who got back together with his ex for a few months after she came back and then wanted to have a child. Now that his son has been born she has dumped him once again and wants nothing to do with him. He has not seen his son in over a month, and wonders what he can do since she won’t take his calls or answer the door when he shows up. She told him to get an attorney if he wants to see his son again. The third email is from a viewer whose girlfriend dumped him after he continued talking with an ex of his. For the past six months he has been begging and pleading for her to give him another chance to no avail.
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“It is demeaning, unloving and disrespectful to yourself to try and keep someone in your life who no longer wants to keep you in theirs. Relationships of all kinds are only possible when all involved parties want to be in relationship with one another. When one or multiple parties to a relationship can’t or won’t make any effort to keep it going, it’s time to accept the reality that it is over and move on with your life. You deserve people who would jump fences to be with you, not people who are sitting on the fence or building fences to keep you away.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne