How long does it take to fix a marriage?

The good news…

It doesn’t have to take years!

You can make HUGE improvements in 12-weeks!

I use a strategy that works much FASTER than traditional talk therapy.

Here’s how it works!!!

When  “fixing” issues in a marriage… at least one partner needs to do the inner work.

And by doing inner work, I mean…

Getting to the root of the anger, jealousy, sadness, resentment, mistrust, frustration!

Often these emotions come out because we don’t feel heard, seen, understood, loved or accepted. 

And it’s crazy, but often these roots go as far back as past relationships and into childhood.

One of the keys to ending marriage struggles is to work on yourself first. 

Get yourself to a place where you no longer feel triggered, resentful, angry, frustrated, overwhelmed and like you can’t trust them. 

And I’m not saying that what your husband did is ok! 

But when you can interact from a space of love, worth and grace…. It is magical. 

Even if your spouse doesn’t want to change, it truly helps most marriages… 

Not all can be saved! But many can. 

And there are several ways to release those emotions that have been keeping you stuck in the same unhealthy patterns & emotions!!

YES! I am Ready to Save my Marriage!

Book your Complimentary 15 minute “Marriage Roadmap” call where we will dig deeper into your current marriage challenges. Then I will give you a proven strategy that you can implement right away to get your marriage back on track.
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