“I wonder about the end of that relationship like why I wasn’t worth it to her,” he said.
“Perhaps deep down you feel unworthy about yourself, so she plays a role for you to be aware and acknowledge that. She couldn’t make you feel that way about yourself unless that was already in you,” I responded.
“No, I’ve always been very insecure in a way,” he acknowledged.
I said, “well, how can you expect someone to see your value if you don’t see your worth?”
“Because I’m a salesman,” he stated.
“The outside world can’t be sold something that isn’t true, except on the surface; the world is a reflection of you. You trying to fool another is like talking into a mirror trying to sell yourself that you don’t have a beard when you yourself can see very well that you do…”