How to determine when it is time to move on with your life and find someone new when your lover has destroyed your trust, taken you for granted one too many times or consistently mistreated you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. One of them is trying to get his ex back. Another one just discovered that his girlfriend of a year was sexting another dude talking about her tits and his dick in their text exchanges. Not good. He wonders if he can trust her now. She is apologizing profusely, but the damage has been done.
A third viewer had a hard time getting over his ex, but he’s focused on doing something that he loves for a living now. He also met a really great girl recently and finally lost his virginity.
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“Breaking up is never fun nor is it easy. Most people tend to stay in bad relationships or relationships that have run their course and need to end way longer than they should. One of our six human needs is certainty. The fear of ending a relationship and moving on is always going to conflict with our need for certainty. If you are involved with someone be it an intimate relationship, business relationship or friendship that needs to end, it does not serve you or them to prolong your suffering and unhappiness. Only when you create a space for someone new, can you move forward and allow them to come into your life. Resist the temptation to go back and heat up leftovers, if you don’t you’ll only delay the arrival of what you really want and deserve.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne