- March 10, 2016
Here’s the key to free yourself.
Living in an unhappy marriage is horrible. You wonder what’s the point of continuing to live with the person or ogre or idiot or baggage or whatever name you currently use for the one you used to happily call spouse.
Yet, despite your obvious misery, you choose to stay. You choose to remain in the prison your marriage has become.
WHY?! You don't deserve to settle for a miserable marriage (or life).
Look, I’m really not judging you or beating you up. I get it because I’ve been there. I lived as a prisoner of an unhappy marriage for more than a decade before I found the courage to change things.
I don’t want you to waste another minute stuck in an unhappy marriage.
The challenge is I don’t know why you are doing it. But what I do know are the top 10 reasons people stay in a miserable marriage. So I’ll address each of these reasons and hope that one of them speaks to you.
- You have too much to lose.If you are staying married because you have too much to lose, then you need to get busy figuring out how to make your marriage better right now.…
Read more: Are You A Prisoner Of Your Unhappy Marriage?
- January 29, 2016
Men, here's your mini-instruction manual for the woman in your life!
If you're like most men, there are times you wish your lady came with an instruction manual. Sometimes we are confusing and just plain bizarre. Right?
Well, I believe the reason you think this about us women is you’re assuming we think and feel exactly like you would in the same situation. And when we don’t, you’re left feeling shocked and confused.
Now I’ll bet you’re a really great guy who really wants to help when the woman in your life is having a bad day. You’ve probably tried solving her problems and even distracting her with presents or activities because that’s what works for you.
But instead of her being thankful, somehow all your efforts just seem to make things worse. And, to top it all off, you’re left feeling frustrated and lonely.
First, let me put your mind at ease. Chances are her bad day has nothing to do with you. (She would tell you if it did, right?)
So there’s no need to feel frustrated, hurt or even defensive when she’s just not her usual self despite all your efforts to make things better. She’ll be back to normal soon…
Read more: How To Cheer Up Your Wife: 4 Things You Should Do When She's Having A Bad Day