Some things to consider if you are thinking about ending your marriage or a breakup with with your long term relationship partner. How to know if it is time to end a relationship and move on to find someone better for you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has been married for almost 14 years with two kids. During the past year he realized that he and his wife did not share the same goals and values. His spiritual values have evolved, but his wife’s are still rooted in a very strict religion.
He also met a younger woman who made him feel like he never had about his wife. They had an affair and then she ended it because he was married. Even though his affair did not turn into anything serious, he has come to the conclusion that the right thing to do is to end his marriage so he can find what he really wants. He asks my opinion.
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“It’s never easy to end a relationship with someone once you realize that it has run its course or you simply do not share the same goals and values. Our fear that we won’t find anyone better, we will never find anyone else, the next person will not be as attractive, as fun or simply won’t love us as much, can paralyze us into inaction. Therefore, we live a lie and stay in a relationship that deep down we know no longer serves us or them. It takes guts, faith in oneself and faith that in time someone better and more suited to us will come along. If you know yourself, believe in yourself and can get to a place where you are ok with the possibility of never finding someone else or someone better, then you can lose your attachment to relationships that need to end. Then and only then will you be ready, willing, able and open to successfully attract someone more suited to the next grander version of yourself that you are destined to become.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne