What causes unnecessary drama, trouble and heartbreak in human relationships and how you can avoid it so you can have effortless and drama free relationships. Why making good choices with the people you date and avoiding complicated situations by walking away will simplify your love life, and your life in general.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers who are involved in less than ideal relationships. Full of drama, cheating on both sides in one, and another who is in a “relationship” with a married woman. However, she seems to be using him as a fuck buddy since she’s “staying in it for the kids” with her habitually cheating husband she still lives with. The viewer wants her to leave her husband and is pressuring her to do it. He says that he knows he’s been acting like a pussy with her, but he has given her all the power and is getting jerked around.
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“When we start dating people we like or start spending time with new friends, we should keep our eyes wide open to the true nature of their character. Attractive members of the opposite sex and people who seem cool and fun to be around, can also be totally fucked up, toxic and dishonorable people. You should never let your desire to have fun or your desire to be loved blind you to the fact that you are potentially getting involved with toxic people who are full of problems and drama. If you do become involved with them, their problems and drama will become your problems and drama because that is the dysfunctional way that they go about fulfilling their basic human need for love and connection. They typically don’t know any other way. Be strong, mature, enlightened and smart enough to spend your time with quality people. Because the quality of the people who you consistently spend your time with will determine the quality of your life.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne