In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss four different emails from four different viewers and a few YouTube comments I received. The first one is from a guy who was trying to get his ex back and then stopped pursuing her. She is now starting to contact him and he’s setting up dates.
She said she was angry that he did not fight for her after she broke up with him. He wonders what she means by that because he tried but she blew him off. Then when he stopped, she started contacting him. I suspect some of the women these guys are involved with are fruit-loops and not good relationship material.
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“It takes the mutual effort of two people who like each other and want to be together for a relationship to be a possibility. When someone gets hung up on and desires someone else who does not reciprocate interest, it can become an unhealthy addiction. This is usually due to the fact that deep down they don’t feel that they deserve to have what they really want. By becoming hung up on someone who does not want them, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. You must continue to practice infinite patience and have faith that by continuing to circulate through life, eventually you will encounter a lover who is ready, willing and able to be with you. Otherwise, you’re simply not open to it and will continue to delay its manifestation as long as you choose to stay stuck.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne