Why you need to get to a place in life where you love your life and enjoy it being single before you get into a relationship. If you are not happy with yourself and your life, you won’t be happy long term once you get into a relationship.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers. The first email is from a guy who over the course of six months learning to apply what I teach, went from getting blown off for acting too “stalkerish” according to his own words, to having a really hot woman who has a lot of guys who want to date her chasing him and telling him how he is so different from other guys.
The second email is from a woman who seems to constantly get involved with men who are supposedly divorcing their wives, but never seem to follow through. She’s very picky with who she dates and asks my opinion. The third email is from a guy who details several failures and successes he’s had over the past several months as he’s learned to find his center and finally start dating the kind of women he’s always wanted by applying what I teach. The fourth email is from a woman who came on a little too strong with a guy she started dating and is mad at him for his loss of interest. I tell her what she should do instead.
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“It’s a flawed romantic fantasy created by hollywood that another human being will make you happy by completing you. The best thing you can do for yourself in order to have happy and successful relationships, is to get to a place where you love your life and how you spend it. It is only once we arrive at a place internally where we feel really good about ourselves and love our life and lifestyle, that we create a healthy space in our lives that can be filled up by someone to love and compliment our life. In order to love effortlessly and in a healthy way, we must feel that we have more than enough to give. If we feel that we are lacking in any way, we will be seeking to find our happiness in another by focusing on needing them instead of wanting, loving and giving to them unconditionally in order to add to their happiness. Love is about giving, not taking what you feel you lack.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne