Understand Perfectly the Ones You Love
Marriage has its challenges.
When things start to get difficult and you feel like your relationship might not make it, do you start to change yourself in hopes of turning things around?
Did you answer yes?
Don’t feel bad if you did. I’ve seen a lot of women do this. The good news is, you do want something better.
There is a deeper part of yourself calling you to heal the imbalances in your life. The way you might answer that call is by stepping outside of who you are to bring harmony into the marriage.
Unfortunately, not living in the integrity of your true nature only brings you further out of balance.
Are you at your wits end trying to communicate effectively with your spouse?
You’re not alone. There is no such thing as a marriage that runs on auto-pilot.
In any relationship, you will create experiences that will challenge you emotionally and may cause you to question the stability of your union.
But in all my years of helping women and men heal their communication struggles, the foundation of your relationship—which is your love for one another—usually isn’t the problem.
The problem is not knowing the why behind your different communication styles.
A few weeks ago I wrote this post and asked you this question:
Are you whole and complete without a man?
Several of you responded to that post asking great questions in return, such as:
- “Am I being true to myself and my wholeness as a woman if I’m a stay-at-home mom?”
- “But what if I DO need a man?”
- “Can I be whole as a woman and still want a man?”