Sometimes, being in a relationship, even a mostly healthy one, can be difficult. Sometimes even a happy marriage goes through some major bumps in the road.
These major bumps can test your strength and will to continue with your spouse, “for better or for worse.”
How do you know when to hold on and when to let go?
If you are like me, you probably want to make sure you have done everything you can think of to make it work before you would decide to let it go.
You probably have a library of self-help books, have talked with friends, family, and maybe even professionals about your situation, hoping to learn more of what you can do to make things better.
I say, good for you! Sometimes that’s all it takes to create your very own Happily Ever After.
But how do you know whether it’s time to let go and move on? You may wonder, “If only I had done this one more thing or tried another book, technique, or just been more patient, loving, and kind.”
It’s hard to know whether to stay or go. Some people give up very easily, having a “disposable” attitude toward marriage. But not you!
You work so hard to make it work. Maybe you can learn something new that will help. Maybe not. You are a determined person.
If you are uncertain about your relationship’s future, I would love to help. Contact me and we will have a conversation about whether Relationship Coaching is right for you.
What else is going on?
I just created an e-book with 10 of my golden nuggets from my book, Creating Happily Ever After: A Marriage Manual for What to Do After the Honeymoon is Over.
I call it (surprise, surprise), Creating Happily Ever After: Golden Nuggets from Michelle. Download it for only a dollar now!
Also, now you can order my book on Amazon! Here is the link with more info.
Why do you need this book?
Learn step-by-step dynamic ways to relate at the heart level, and rekindle a sense of passion with your spouse.
If you love your spouse, but you’re not feeling “in love,” Creating Happily Ever After teaches you how to rekindle the love that is not lost, but is simply asking to be remembered.
My dearest wish for you in this moment is that you have a wonderful, happy, and safe Independence Day weekend!
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