Is Insecurity Undermining Your Relationship?

June 20th, 2016

If you feel insecure about yourself, it could be seriously undermining your relationship. Or, maybe your partner struggles with insecurity, and you don’t understand what is going on with them or what to do about it.

Regardless of who is insecure in the relationship, it can lead to an unexpected consequence… it can drive you apart. It has the effect of wearing you down as a couple, stealing precious energy that could be devoted to building you up.

Insecurity creates layers of problems, and in this blog, we’ll go over 3 of the biggest problems, as well as 3 tips for moving out of insecurity and into a place of greater self-confidence. Read on…

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Has Your Partner Shut You Out?

June 8th, 2016

Your partner may seem distant, unengaged and uninterested in the relationship.

This can lead to you feeling shut out. You may even push for answers, asking “What’s wrong? Why won’t you talk to me? Why aren’t we close anymore?”

Unfortunately, this can sometimes backfire and cause your partner to shut down and shut you out even more.

So what recourse do you have?

In this blog, I’ll tell you what to do when your partner has shut you out, giving you 2 tips for opening the door once again to your partner’s heart. Please keep reading…

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Define Your Dream Relationship

June 6th, 2016

You may be happy and not even know it.

Everyone in a relationship wants to have a great relationship… but what exactly does that mean?

There’s no right or wrong answer, and that’s because there is infinite variety in what would be an ideal, even “dream” relationship. It’s something you and your partner are both comfortable with.

But there is just one problem… most couples would not recognize that they’re already in their dream relationship because they haven’t given thought to specifics of what that ideal looks like.

In this blog, I’ll help you define your dream relationship with 3 tips. Please read on…

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Leading Relationship Researcher Recommends THIS

February 22nd, 2016

A lot of couples struggle with how to just be happy with each other.

They think back to their early days of dating, when there was no bickering, silent treatments or debates about whose turn it is to change the cat’s litter pan.

Ah, those early glory days, right?

The question is… how do you recapture those glory days, or should you just chalk them up to “been and gone” and resign yourself to relationship misery?

In this blog, I want to share with you some of the best advice you’re ever going to hear. It comes from a relationship researcher who has actively studied what makes a relationship work, and what make it sink like a stone to the murky depths of the relationship graveyard. Read on…

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These 3 Relationship Wreckers are Deadly

December 28th, 2015

Many couples don’t understand where things go wrong in their relationship. They know things started out great, but then at some point, the relationship turned a dark corner.

Today you’re going to learn how to go sleuthing for some relationship wreckers that may be present in your relationship which led to that turning point.

And, you’re going to find out how they stealthily entered your relationship without your consciously realizing it. Once you know what they are, you can work on reversing the damage and avoiding them in the future.

To learn what the 3 deadly relationship wreckers are… keep reading…

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Post-Affair: How do You Love a Cheating Spouse Again?

September 2nd, 2015

After an affair, when your connection to your spouse has been so cruelly ruptured, you may not know how you can ever pick up the pieces and move forward to the point that you can truly feel love for your spouse again.

If you are trying to save and rebuild your marriage, having worked through negative thoughts and affair images and gotten off the emotional rollercoaster, you may feel you’ve created enough solid ground to consider the question of falling in love with your spouse again.

In this blog, I’ll give you the three key ingredients necessary to be successful at falling in love all over again with your spouse. Read on…

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Saving a Marriage in Crisis (1 Ingredient)

July 8th, 2015

Is your marriage in crisis? Maybe it hit the skids, and has almost been finished off by an affair.

Keeping a marriage together takes work. And a marriage in crisis? There isn’t a way to not do the work when it comes to saving your marriage.

In this blog, I’ll help you evaluate whether you’re taking advantage of one tactic for saving—and building—your marriage. Read on…

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Get a Grip on This Before It Destroys Your Marriage

July 1st, 2015

Conflict is an inevitable part of marriage. Bringing two people together, at some point, there is bound to be conflict. Everyone forms their own ideas and opinions based on a host of things such as their family backgrounds, life experiences and personalities.

It doesn’t mean it has to destroy your marriage, though. In a marriage, conflicts that are mishandled can shred your connection with your spouse. If an affair is added to the mix, you’re strained to the breaking point.

In this post, we’ll take a look at how you can resolve conflict with your husband or wife in a way that doesn’t damage your relationship—especially if you’re working to save your marriage after an affair. Please keep reading…

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Go Ahead… Go to Bed Angry.

May 13th, 2015

If you and your spouse get into an argument, you may feel pressured to resolve your disagreement before bedtime.

After all, isn’t there a wise old saying about “never going to bed angry”?

You might want to heed the marriage experts’ advice, though: if you and your spouse are fighting, go ahead and go to bed mad. In this blog, I’ll explain why. Read on…

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One Solution in 3 Steps for Rebuilding Your Marriage

February 25th, 2015

Marriages can often resemble battlefields: lines are drawn, you stick to your guns on every issue. You dig in on your side, your spouse digs in on the other side. Neither of you will give an inch—it’s as if your very lives are dependent on being “right.”

This makes for some kind of living arrangement, doesn’t it?

Intimacy falls by the wayside, and you no longer enjoy one another’s company. In this blog, we’ll look at how compromise can boost intimacy and improve your marriage in three steps. Please keep reading…

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