How to determine if a relationship is really over or if things can be salvaged. What you can do to save a relationship that is on the verge of failure.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a female viewer who is having problems with her boyfriend whose baby she is pregnant with. They are not communicating and often will sit for hours in the same room without speaking or saying one word to another.
She is shut down to him and he is blaming her for the growing distance between them. On top of that, he is lying to her and talking to an ex girlfriend of his who texts him that she misses him, and he texts back that he misses her too. It’s obviously not a good situation.
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“It takes two to make a relationship work. When two people get together they tend to focus on what they like about the other person. Over time as problems and challenges arise they tend to focus on what they don’t like about the other person. When things go bad, the communication tends to stop and both people start holding back. The purpose of all relationships is that you go there to give. The only way to turn around failing relationships is to get back to giving, having fun, making love and communicating to meet each others needs. Otherwise, the relationship is sure to end.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne