Why people lie, and what it means if you are dating someone who has a problem telling the truth. Why dating devious people makes it impossible to trust them and why you’ll never feel comfortable if you stay with them.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers who are having trouble either trusting the women they are dating, or trusting in their own self worth. One of the viewers literally chased a woman away who really liked him when they started dating. However, because deep down he doubted his own self worth, he acted in ways that communicated that he did not feel worthy of her.
He was constantly trying to prove himself to her, her friends and her family. He projected his fantasy onto her and as his attraction level was skyrocketing, hers was plummeting. He was obviously shocked (I’m not) when she dumped him over the phone saying that they had nothing in common and should not see each other anymore. One of the other emails is from a viewer who was dating a woman who constantly told him lies and deceived him.
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“When it comes to all types of relationships such as romantic, business, friendships, teammates, military, etc., you must be able to trust the other party. If you can’t trust the other people who you are in relationship with, there can be no comfort. Without trust and comfort there can be no love and security. Honorable people say what they mean and mean what they say. Dishonorable people lie out of fear that they won’t be loved and accepted or get what they want. Instead of trying to change a devious person, choose to associate with people whose innate nature is to do the right thing.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne