How to make sense of complicated romantic situations or women who can’t or won’t commit, so you can determine whether or not to continue or move on to meet someone new.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer whose girlfriend of only three months gradually became more and more distant. She continued to reach out to him, but never seemed to be able or willing to spend time together in person. Then she said she, “did not have a relationship in her.” She said the reason she could not see him was because of her work, kids, house and other BS excuses. He’s starting to back off, but they are still not spending any time together in person.
The second email is from a viewer who is attracted to a woman he just started working with in his new job. The problem is that she is in the middle of a divorce/separation and complicated situation with her husband. Everyone at his work has been saying how they should date, but when he asked her out, she said her situation is not resolved to the point where she feels she is ready to date. He asks my opinion on the situation and how to handle things going forward since they work together.
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“Life is supposed to be easy and effortless. When you are living from your heart, working at a mission and purpose that you feel you were destined for and do not get attached to the people and circumstances who come and go in your life, only then do you align with and allow the universe to effortlessly meet your intentions, dreams, goals and wishes. The only reason life becomes a struggle is because of the meanings that we give to the circumstances of our lives, and the unhealthy attachments that we develop with things that are always changing. The only constant in life is change. Learn to go with the flow and allow life’s circumstances to unfold, and people to come and go. The right ones will stay willingly. The wrong ones will blow through your life like the wind. Never become attached to time frames. Always be taking action towards what you want, learning from your mistakes, refining your approach, and never settle for anything that is less than what you really want. All great things take time.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne