What you should do if you are married to a serial cheater and pathological liar who you still love, but deep down know they are not good for you. How to finally let go and move on with your life so you can attract a person with integrity by learning to love and stand up for yourself.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer whose wife is a pathological liar and cheater. She has been living with a toothless man for the past two years.
She originally told him she was living with a girlfriend, then admitted it was a guy but nothing was going on, and finally admitted she was dating and sleeping with him. They are days away from their divorce being final after he filed, but he says he’d rather work it out than get divorced. He’s obviously addicted to a woman who is no good for him.
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“When something meets at least three of our six human needs of certainty, variety, significance, love & connection, growth or contribution, it can become an unhealthy addiction. Part of learning to love and accept yourself means becoming strong enough to walk away from people, jobs, businesses, circumstances, habits, etc., that require a violation of yourself and your dignity in order to maintain them. To truly heal yourself and your addictions to unhealthy things or people, you must hit rock bottom to the point that you become so sick and disgusted with the way things are, that continuing on without changing is emotionally, spiritually, mentally and physically too painful. People will do more to avoid pain than they will do to gain pleasure. When you change the meaning you give things and go from disempowering beliefs to empowering beliefs, only then will you be able to turn your life around and finally move towards and create a compelling and healthy future.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne