Why challenging times are a sign of life and are meant to help you grow into the person you are capable of becoming. How to overcome job loss, relationship problems, challenges, etc., and come out the other side a stronger and better man with your relationship still intact.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who has been applying what I teach and is now in a relationship with a woman who is from another country. His hot ex-girlfriend has also recently started contacting him again and wants him to cheat on his new long distance girlfriend with her, but he won’t do it. He’d like to keep his ex on the back burner in case the long distance girlfriend does not work out.
The second email is from a viewer who was doing great with his girlfriend until he lost his job due to corporate downsizing. He’s been out of work for an extended period of time. His girlfriend dumped him and asked him to move out after he became the woman in the relationship and lost his center being her personal chef and taking care of the house. He’s struggling to find a new job and has been over-pursuing his ex trying to get her back to no avail.
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“Life isn’t all sunshine and roses. Your ability to remain balanced and happy through difficult and challenging times will be tested. Challenges and problems are a sign of life. They are a sign that you still have work to do in this life. Life is change. Nothing stays the same. As you progress through the seasons of your life, people and circumstances that no longer serve you, or that will hinder your progress, will dissolve and fall away. Let them. Never try to keep people in your life who don’t want to keep you in theirs. What you lose will create a space for something new and more aligned with who you are becoming to manifest.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne