How to get your man card back and your life back after a bad breakup, your wife leaving you for another man, getting dumped unexpectedly or when you’ve simply gotten side tracked and lost who you were, lost your focus or what you wanted in life.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer whose wife of 33 years started having an affair with her boss and left him. He says that slowly over time he became a pleaser and put his “balls in a neatly gift wrapped package” to his wife. He said that it all started when he retired at age 50 with a net worth of $4 million. Between the real estate crash of 2007 and losing a significant portion of his wealth to a ponzi scheme run by Louis J Pearlman, he was left with a net worth of $1.75 million. He became depressed, gained weight and became the “grandmother” to his granddaughter, while his wife worked.
After she left him, he found my work, read my book twelve times and watched hundreds of videos. He got himself back into shape, started a construction company doing what he loves and is now dating a beautiful 35 year old former Miss Dominican Republic. He’s now 59, business is booming, he has a second home near the ocean where he goes on fishing trips and on top of that… his wife now wants him back. It’s a very inspiring story.
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“It’s liberating to take your power and life back after you have given it away to please others, bent yourself into a pretzel to make a lover happy, or have simply been focused on every else’s needs but your own. To have truly great relationships with yourself and others, you must first focus on making yourself happy and meeting your needs first. Only when you know who you are, what you want, what’s important to you and you love and accept yourself, will you be strong and centered enough to love another without losing yourself in the process. The healthiest and strongest relationships are relationships between two happy, whole and complete people who have come together to share their completeness.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne