Why it’s better to let some relationships go when the person you love mistreats you, lies to you, cheats on you, etc. Why some people stay in bad relationships and date people who deep down they know are not good for them.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers who are involved with women who are not good for them. Some of these women are raising all kinds of red flags such as being devious, lying, cheating, acting like a prostitute, acting nutty, etc., but these guys just seem to want more of the same. You’ll definitely be laughing and shaking your head at some of the things these guys are doing and putting up with.
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“The main reason why people stay in bad relationships and date people who they know are not good for them, is that deep down they feel like they don’t deserve or can’t attract better. Bad relationships often emotionally feel the same way as a bad relationship with a parent; where the parent did not love them or make them feel loved and special. They actually seek out and get hung up on people who don’t treat them very well and take them for granted. Always ask yourself when you start dating someone… “Is this person good for me? Are they a healthy & balanced influence in my life?” Have the strength to let them go when the answer is no.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne