Why the “Good Enough” Marriage Isn’t

Another year of marriage is quickly coming to a close.

As you think about the past 11 months in your relationship…

  • Did you feel loved and deeply cared for… the way you wanted to? 
  • Did you have the intimacy and passion… that made you feel alive?
  • Were you able to talk to and share easily with your partner?

Aren’t these the things that matter?

One year from now… thinking about your marriage and looking back at 2018:

  • Will you feel more deeply connected with your partner, or more separate?
  • Will you feel more in love with them, or less?
  • Will you feel more peaceful together, or more stressed?

What’s the feeling you get thinking about your marriage?

These are the things I personally think about.

Why?
Because if I’m not, then I’m going to wake up someday to something that’s alot less than what I want, and I’m not willing to do that to myself.

Some people settle into a “good enough” marriage.

Is your marriage “good enough” for you?
If so, you’ll never do anything to change it.

That same “good enough” standard is creating nightmares for families who wake up
to affairs, inappropriate sexting, and overwhelming stress and dysfunction.

You realize that nothing in life is ever staying the same.

  • Your marriage is either growing in love or losing love.
  • You are either become more deeply connected or more separate.

These are all simply choices when you know what to do.

Having a great marriage is a learned skill.

Anyone can learn what to do and what not to do; to have the love, intimacy,
communication and peace of mind that they deserve.

I’ve taught over a thousand people how to do that and I’d like to teach you as well.

If your marriage isn’t where you want it to be and you’d like my guidance reach out here, and we’ll talk about what will get you the happiness you deserve.

Once you know what will work you’ll always have that skill available.

 

Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot.
Nothing is going to get better. It’s not. -Dr. Seuss