In this video coaching newsletter I discuss five different emails from five different viewers who have some unique and uncommon situations happening in their relationship and dating life. One guy thought he was doing everything right. His girl was doing most of the calling, texting and pursuing. However, when she ran into a stressful family situation she would not talk about, and the stress of an upcoming sports competition she was involved with, she abruptly broke up with him.
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“In life and in relationships, sometimes things happen that you totally did not expect. It is not the things that happen to us that are necessarily unsettling, but the meaning we give them. The older we get and the more life experience we have, the better we tend to become at dealing with shocking news, lovers throwing us a curveball we did not expect, etc. Knowing oneself and learning to not come unglued, but instead remain centered and focused on our goals, dreams and outcomes is the key to weathering the storms of life without losing hope, our relationships or our happiness. Sometimes you will give your best, and it still will not be enough. Give your best anyway.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne