Love is a wonderful thing.
Once you decide to commit and build a life together it's supposed to be sunshine and unicorns, right?
You may have heard the statistics that in North America almost half of the couples who marry will at some point divorce, but you don’t start out thinking it will ever be you.
After all, you love this person, you know this person and you want to build a life together.
Most of my coaching clients who report struggling in their marriage tell me sometimes they land in an argument and have no idea how they got there.
One minute they are talking to their husband and the next, a comment is made that snowballs the conversation from bickering to yelling, from a small disagreement to three days of not talking to one another.
In order to stop the argument before it starts, you must first understand exactly why it is you fight with your partner.
I have created a workbook to help you get started, but before you download it, I want you to understand something important. This work is for you.
This workbook is meant to support you and help you change your thoughts and feelings. I do not recommend handing this workbook to your partner and expecting them to change.
Instead, download the workbook and print it if you like. Set aside 30-45 minutes to do it and spend some time considering the ideas inside.
This simple exercise can change everything and if you take it seriously might be the thing you need to end arguments for good.