Honeymooners Forever - 12 step marriage survival guide
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Step 5.

Stop finding fault and start praising  

 

Focus on your partner's strengths and not their weaknesses. The more you think about their positives, the more you will see, making your relationship stronger
In this chapter you will learn:

The quickest way to make your partner feel amazing.
The quickest way to destroy your relationship.

Ask yourself these questions: 

Am I over critical with my partner?
Do I turn to friends frequently and complain about my partner?
Is my partner becoming more annoying as the years go on? 
Does it feel like your partner constantly complains about you?
Do you feel like you can do nothing right in the relationship?
 
This strategy is not rocket science, but when used together, this strategy will change your relationship like a rocket - super fast. 

I recommend you start with steps 1, 5 (this one), and 10... Magtic happens when you know what to do...and then you do it!
 
 

Focus on your partners' strengths,
and watch their weaknesses fade.

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Hi Phoebe,
 
Long time no hear!!  Yes - its that lass from Venice beach (again)!  I hope your marriage seminar went well (In Australia).  Guess what!!  I didn't need to get the seminar cd!!!  After reading your book, and your emailed advice,  I have had a wonderful turn around in my marriage and our profound love for each other has been renewed and revived!  It is somewhat of a miracle!  It is sooooooooo wonderful to be back in that precious 'Garden of Love' again - laughter, love, joy and unity.  It is such a precious thing and so easily damaged - we have to guard ourselves wisely.
 
I want to say Thank you for even bothering to reply initially to my distressed emails.  That valley was a dark and difficult place.
It was very kind of you to reply and encourage me to 'fight the good fight' for my marriage.  I am very grateful for that.  Marriages are so unique and such a colourful blend of complex interactions.  Its a wonder any survive!  Well, Phoebe,  thanks again.  And i am so glad you are running Seminars - I am sure many will be blessed by them.  Keep up the great work! Come say hello when you are back in USA.

Fondest Regards,
Jan, Venice Beach, California, USA
 

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