What causes women to become bitchy and mistreat you, and how you should handle girlfriends who threaten you with drama, breakups or punishing you when you don’t do things the way they expect. The most common mistakes men make in long term relationships that lead to drama, or bitchy wives and girlfriends, and how you can avoid them.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who asks me to discuss common problems I see with couples in long term relationships and how he can avoid them.
The second email is from a guy who is having a hell of a time with his girlfriend. She is bitchy, grouchy, rude and constantly threatens to break up with him if he does not make her “feel it.” His problem is that he has not been leading the relationship consistently and courting her properly. Most of the time he seems to run around apologizing much like the beat-down men of most TV sitcoms do when they are trying to please their bitchy and unhappy girlfriend or wife. He seems to always be walking on eggshells around her.
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“In life, you have to standup for yourself and what you want. You also have to stand up to others when they take you for granted, try to walk all over you, take advantage of you, treat you rudely, violate your self and your dignity, etc. Otherwise, your passiveness will be taken for weakness and encouragement to continue mistreating you and taking advantage of your relationship. No one does anything to you that you don’t allow or invite. Be willing to walk from those who refuse, won’t or can’t treat you the way you want to be treated, so you can create a space for someone new to fill it up who is exactly what you need. It’s up to you to create that space and spend your time with those who cherish, support, love and encourage you to become more than you are today. You deserve to be happy, loved, fulfilled and content with your life. If you can’t find what you are looking for, sometimes you have to create what you want to be a part of.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne