What you should do if your ex or someone you have dated off and on, has disrespected and led you on one too many times. How to decide when enough is enough and if it’s time to let someone go who is simply not a good or healthy match for you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss three different emails from three different viewers. The first email is from a woman who broke up with her boyfriend of seven years. She is still holding on to hope that he will want her back even though he has told her it won’t happen. He just hangs out with her as a friend when they see each other. She wants romance. The second email is from a viewer whose girlfriend of a year broke up with him recently. She has been hanging out with other guys and getting phone numbers behind his back even before she dumped him saying that she needed space. He wants to know what he can do to get her back. The third email is from a viewer who has been trying to get his ex back for some time. She disrespected him and led him on, numerous times in the past. After three months of no contact she reached out to him. He met her for coffee and then when he dropped her off at her place, instead of kissing her like he wanted to (hanging out, having fun and hooking up), he burned the bridge. The next day he wonders what he can now do to fix things once again as he now regrets telling her he never wanted to see her again in addition to rubbing another woman in her face. Some guys just can’t get out of their own way.
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“Every person must make a stand for their own dignity, self worth and self respect when it is consistently violated by those who insist on keeping us small. It is not your job or responsibility to make others feel comfortable with the real you. Other peoples opinions of you are none of your business. True friends and lovers embrace, accept and encourage the real you. Those who do not must be left behind. There is no other way. You’ll never be happy or reach your full potential by trying to live up to the opinions or unreasonable expectations of others.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne