Trust In Marriage
There are two kinds of relationship problems within every marriage:
Perpetual means the problem has rechargeable batteries and never seems to go away. Solvable means it can be dealt with if you have the skills. Do any of these typical perpetual problems sound familiar?
- Cindy wants a baby. Dave doesn’t, he’s not ready yet. In fact, he’s not sure he’ll ever be ready.
- Bucky wants sex more often than Misty.
- Tom doesn’t help around the house and seems almost clueless about how things get done. When Sue brings up the subject, the feelings get tense.
- Nancy wants to raise the children Christian.Bill is agnostic and doesn’t see the need for religion.
- Jack is very strict with the children, especially the oldest boy. Barb is concerned he is too hard but Jack thinks his approach is just right.
Having a perpetual relationship problem in your marriage is not the end of the world. In fact, contrary to many therapists, you are not required to resolve every conflict. Knowing how to discuss it, however, is paramount. Trust in Marriage helps you learn how to argue without contention and disaster between you and your loved one. Having a relationship problem is the norm. Never arguing would be considered a little different, and too often it’s because there really is a relationship problem, both are too scared to talk.
To learn more about Trust In Marriage, click the GET STARTED button at the bottom. There is no cost or obligation. This will direct you to a series of videos and lessons.
Coaching carries a strong level of accountability and you focus on changing the behavior by understanding the principles that drive behavior. I’ve prepared some videos and content on different aspects of coaching and marriage to give you greater clarity to determine if this approach works for you.
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