Whether you Stay or Go, confidently making a decision about your marriage is the key
to stop living life on “autopilot” and finally find happiness - with zero fear of regret.
If you’re questioning whether you can recover the feelings you’ve lost for your husband, and you’re serious about putting an end to feeling stuck, lost and alone… this is the most important letter you’ll ever read.
Most women are living with a perfectly “fine” marriage. At least it looks that way to everyone on the outside… inside the relationship, it just feels lonely.
There’s little-to-no passion or spark, you’re living like roommates, life feels as if it’s speeding by and while deep down you’re craving a loving and connected relationship, the thought of actually leaving to find that with someone new is paralyzing.
In many cases, with a few minor shifts, it might be possible to turn around your existing relationship and transform it into one that fulfills you and avoids the pain and heartache of divorce...
AND...it’s also possible to lovingly release your marriage and start fresh with a clear vision for what you want without anger, resentment or regret.
Let’s set aside the fact that I’ve personally helped hundreds of women transform their broken relationships that seemed beyond repair, into connected, fulfilling marriages by using the tools I teach.
Through the process of doing that, one glaring reality became painfully obvious…
Everything they had tried prior to us working together were things they already knew how to try!
Most of which was based on what they saw at home as a child which created an image of what love and marriage “is supposed” to look like.
Or how to create intimacy...or communicate effectively...or argue productively...right?!
Yet, these are crucial elements to a healthy, fulfilling relationship over the long term.
The truth is...up to this point, you haven’t had the proper tools to fix your relationship...if it can be fixed.
So with that said, you don’t have to make any major decisions right now...or anytime soon.
You just need to decide that you’re ready to discover what’s truly possible for your life and your marriage.
“Should I stay or go?”
There is no catch