In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who is constantly getting berated by his girlfriend. He’s constantly apologizing for things that he does not know why he is apologizing for.
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“When you allow another person to constantly violate your self, your dignity, shoot your dreams down, insult you or generally make you feel guilty for being you, seek to understand the pain that they are feeling inside that is causing them to project their own feelings of self hatred, self loathing or hurt onto you. Then you can either help them and help heal them, or relocate to more positive places & people. We never do or say anything that isn’t a direct reflection of how we feel about ourselves in the present moment.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne