How to know if you’re in a relationship that will never work or that can never be saved, because the person you’re involved with is incapable of having a healthy relationship. Why it’s hard to let go of toxic people and relationships that never seem to get any better.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who had previously written me about eight months ago regarding his messy and drama filled relationship. Despite his best efforts since then, his ex-girlfriend did her best to constantly screw things up. Now they have broken up for good and he’s come to realize that things are just never going to work out with her. He has some questions about moving on, avoiding rebound relationships and making a better choice the next time around.
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“In the beginning of a relationship people can mask who they really are for about the first 90 days until they feel comfortable enough and complacent enough to really be themselves. It is important during the first 90 days of dating to remain objective and not get carried away by your emotions, or you will open yourself up to falling for a toxic person who does nothing but bring drama, heartbreak and inconsistency into your life. Toxic people and relationships will make you unsure of yourself and feel like you don’t deserve what you really want. Once your identity and emotions become attached to a toxic person, it can be extremely difficult to do the right thing for you and walk away to find someone else who will cherish and love you unconditionally.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne