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Blog ยป December 2011

December 2011

Relationships, just like life, can sometimes be very challenging. If you are in a relationship, and you are finding it a constant struggle, there may be one of three issues contributing to this (at the very least):
 

a. You may be arguing ineffectively, not communicating well.
b. You may be incompatible or simply have grown apart.

c. You may be in deep emotional pain from constant misunderstandings.
d. You may be over-focused on the past, on what your partner did wrong, and thinking constanly about past hurts.


While in the middle of re-building your relationship, you may be suffering, emotionally. You may be angry with your spouse, self critical, confused about your direction in life, feeling disappointed, or you may start to feel like you are drowning in a sea of doubt. and fear.
 

It is from this place of emotional discomort, that we humans can become motivated to create change in our lives. From the point of sadness, from the moments of despair, we can start to see some light at the end of the tunnel, and create a new life, or an improved relationship.

A saying I heard recently was this: If we didn't have the clouds, how could we appreciate the breath taking sunsets? 

It is often from our most disappointing, lowest moments in life, that we make the decision to change. Often, we can see that our relationship is too hard, and that we don't need to change our spouse, just the quality of our relationship.

I do want you to change. I WANT you to have an incredible marriage - not a mediocre marriage! I want you to have more sunsets, more happy and romantic moments, and I want you to be able to communicate and argue more effectively, so that your relationship becomes more pure, intimate and with less bumps in the road.

My Twelve Step Marriage Survival Guide will help you experience a relationship that is far easier, and less difficult. So if you feel discomfort in your relationship, be grateful. It is from this knowing, this need to change, that we can rise up and make the difference in our life - for the better.

May your love deepen daily.

Love Phoebe xx


 

Posted: 7/12/2011 9:29:03 PM with 5 comments