Do You Have Relationship Wanderlust?

July 11th, 2016

How do you spend your time… daydreaming about what a relationship with someone new would be like, or pouring time and attention into the relationship you’re already in?

They say the grass isn’t always greener, but for some reason, that doesn’t dissuade people from fantasizing about all the fun and loving they could be having… if only they were with someone else.

If you’re currently caught up in this type of thinking, you may be suffering from relationship wanderlust.

In this blog, we’ll look at what relationship wanderlust is, why it’s wasting your time, and 2 tips for taking those fantasies and using them to improve the relationship you have. Please keep reading…

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Relieve Stress the Natural Way

February 24th, 2016

In a 24/7 plugged-in world, an onslaught of negative news and herculean problems, not to mention whatever issues you are dealing with in your own life… is it any wonder you are feeling more stressed than ever?

Stress takes a toll on your health, your sleep, your peace of mind… and your relationships.

But it’s within the bond of your relationship with your partner that you can relieve that stress–naturally. I have two ideas for you to get started. Please keep reading…

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Stop the Jealousy (Unconventional Strategy that Works)

December 2nd, 2015

Jealousy can be good for you, or it can make you feel slightly unhinged.

There are two types jealousy: warranted and unwarranted. I don’t want to say “rational” and “irrational” because these have such strong psychological connotations attached, and it may be difficult to admit that your particular brand might just be “irrational”.

That makes it even more difficult to stop the jealousy, and you may already experience a sense of being powerless over it.

I want to help you stop irrational jealousy that could potentially push away your partner by helping you first decipher whether your jealousy is warranted or unwarranted. Then, I will teach you a mind control exercise for stopping jealousy if you find that it has gotten unruly. Keep reading…

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What’s the #1 Way to Stop Obsessive Affair Images? Find Out…

September 23rd, 2015

What images are you constantly replaying? Do you see the same images over and over?

Obsessive, post-affair images are a torment to the victim of an affair. You experience a continuous show of images that include your spouse and the paramour. These images play themselves to the point you feel like you’re going to lose your mind.

These images can become obsessive, gripping your mind until you can’t seem to release their hold over you. In this blog, I’ll tell you the #1 way to overcome these obsessive images. Read on…

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Go Ahead—Cheat!

March 2nd, 2015

If you really want to shake up your marriage and get it on the right track—it’s time to have an affair.

Gasp, sputter… what?

In this blog, I’ll explain what I mean, so don’t panic… In addition, I’ll give you 3 tips for rebuilding your marriage, from the ground up if necessary. Please keep reading…

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The #1 Way to Overcome Obsessive, Post-Affair Images

March 7th, 2011

What’s playing in your mind today? Is it the same thing that played there yesterday? And do you really look forward to seeing it again tomorrow?

I’m talking about obsessive, post-affair images. If you are the victim of an affair, it’s highly likely that you’re experiencing a non-stop show of images that include your spouse and your spouse’s paramour. These images play themselves repeatedly, until you feel like you’re going to lose your mind.

These images become obsessive in nature, because they’ve gripped you and you can’t seem to release their hold over you. In this blog, we’ll look at the #1 way to overcome these obsessive images—and the three steps to help you accomplish it.

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