How to communicate in a loving way to let your woman know that she has crossed your boundaries, you don’t like how she is treating you or you want her to do something different without being a jerk or looking like you are a pushover.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who asks how to handle situations where women he is dating are doing things to piss him off or where they are being disrespectful. He wonders how to balance being too nice vs being a jerk and simply making things worse than they need to be.
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“If you love and respect yourself, then you will speak up and communicate your displeasure with someone when they take you for granted, disrespect you or are rude to you. No one will ever do or say anything to you that you don’t invite them to do. If you tolerate and allow other people to continue to violate your dignity and self respect, you communicate that you are not deserving of respect. Therefore, people will give you none. Self love means standing up for yourself and your values, not being a doormat and letting people walk all over you.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne