Why you should feel good instead of guilty for breaking up with a woman who is a nutty drama queen and who has a family that is just as nutty and verbally abusive. Why you deserve to be happy and should not feel ashamed or guilty for breaking up with people who deserve it.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer whose ex-girlfriend is bipolar and a total nut. On top of that her mother is a control freak and probably a little nuts herself. She always interfered with their relationship and even called him gay because he did not propose to her daughter. Now that they are no longer together, he is dating a new woman who actually lives near his nutty ex. He’s fearful about running into her when he is with the new woman he is dating. He’s really happy now and enjoying his life again, but feels guilty about his ex and the fact she is miserable and vacillating between trying to stalk him to get him back and berating him for breaking up with her.
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“You are a magnificent divine being having a human experience. You deserve to be loved and treasured by people who genuinely appreciate you for you instead of what they can take from you. Unhappy people often will project their own unhappiness and misery onto you because they are jealous and envious, not because you have done anything wrong. Be happy anyway and remember that no one will ever do or say anything to you that isn’t a direct reflection of how they feel about themselves in a moment.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne