Why a true friend would want the best for you. If you and a friend of yours like the same girl, but she’s only interested in you and your friend is mad at you and accusing you of being a traitor or a backstabber, then he’s not a true friend.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who met a girl recently who his friend has had a crush on for years, but never done anything about it. He’s been using what I teach with great results. This girl likes him and wants him, but his friend is angry that he’s getting in the way of his fantasy crush even though it’s obvious he hasn’t had the balls to do anything about it for several years. He asks my opinion on what he should do.
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“True friends build you up and support you no matter what you choose to do. People who are jealous of you, who want to be you, who envy your success or who hate themselves, are going to frequently get offended at you being you. You can’t please everybody. Some people go through life looking for reasons to be offended. Instead of trying to change who you are or be something you are not in order that you don’t offend people, be yourself and let the chips fall where they may. Why? Despite your best efforts to not offend or insult people, it’s going to happen anyways. So instead of making yourself miserable trying to live your life according to other people’s expectations, be happy and don’t associate with people who always find reasons to get offended. It’s THEIR PROBLEM, not yours.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne