The Regret-Bitterness Link

April 25th, 2016

There is a link between having constant thoughts of regret and having a pervasive feeling of bitterness about your life.

It can become a sticky web that is challenging to escape. But if you don’t escape it, those feelings can cloud all of your days—days that potentially hold promise for good things.

In this blog, we’ll look at regret and its link to bitterness, and some tips for setting aside these feelings and moving forward. Please keep reading…

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Get the Relationship You Want by Doing This…

April 4th, 2016

Many people write into Marriage Sherpa asking a very important question:

How do I get the relationship that I want, the relationship of my dreams?

It’s a solid question… and, there is a surprisingly simplistic answer, though like most things, the devil is in the details.

Today, I want to answer that question, bringing you a realistic concept that you can mold into your life and help you achieve having what you really want: the relationship of your dreams. Please keep reading…

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Turbocharge Relationship Improvement (1 Tip)

March 2nd, 2016

Have you ever thought, “I want my relationship with my partner to improve?”

Anyone who has ever been in a relationship has no doubt thought this at one time or another—even if you think your relationship is as close to heaven on earth as you’ll ever see.

As people grow together in a relationship, more of their authentic self emerges, and tweaks must be made to accommodate any differences between you, an effort made toward maintaining relationship harmony.

But for some couples, they really need to see an improvement… and fast, because they are on the cusp of the slow fade out. If this is you and your partner, you have one significant obstacle to overcome, and I have just the remedy for you. Please keep reading…

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How to Fix a Marriage Gridlock (3 Tips)

January 2nd, 2012

Here’s how to fix a marriage gridlock situation in a nutshell: do something different than what you’ve been doing.

If your marriage is gridlocked in some sort of holding pattern, it may feel good that it’s not moving backward. But at the same time, you’re miserable because it’s not moving forward.

In this blog, I offer you 3 tips on how to fix your marriage so that it moves out of the holding pattern and into drive. Keep reading…

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Who is the Problem in Your Marriage?

October 13th, 2011

It’s the classic relationship stalemate: “I’m not the problem – my spouse is!” And both partners are saying it. So how can things in your marriage ever change when both of you are pointing at the other? Keep reading for 3 tips to finally help you resolve the issues in your marriage that prevent you [...]

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