Do you put off hard conversations because they rarely go well?
saying the right thing at the right time is overrated, especially for relationships that really matter
the smartest way
to rock the boat
Discover a foolproof formula for important conversations
Feeling the pressure to sacrifice your needs for the good of your relationships?
what if you could...
have peace AND feel heard & valued
love your people AND take care of yourself
accept your partner's flaws AND ask for something to change
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I'm seeing shifts in my husband too
I'm noticing changes in my husband, even though he has never talked to Sharon or worked with a coach or therapist.
His blow-ups are less and he's a lot quicker to say what he really needs.
I don't take things as personal and it's easier for me to say what I want and need.
Everyone was telling me to either deal with it or get out but I wanted something better.
The first time I tried to stand up for myself at work, I ended up in the bathroom in tears.
Five years later, the same thing was happening at home when I shared a concern or complaint with my husband.
I WAS CONSTANTLY FRUSTRATED & UNHAPPY AND HE WAS DEFENSIVE & DISMISSIVE OF MY COMPLAINTS.
We saw 5 marriage counselors in the first 7 years of our marriage.
Yet we still fell into the same dead-end arguments every time I tried to share my feelings & concerns.
At one point, asking him to take out the trash almost ended our marriage.
LEARNING HOW TO BRING UP A CONCERN
AND KEEP TALKING ABOUT IT UNTIL IT WAS RESOLVED
IS WHAT SAVED MY MARRIAGE AND HELPED ME CREATE A CAREER WHERE I FEEL APPRECIATED AND VALUED.
My marriage isn't perfect, but I am 100% confident that if something isn't working for us we will figure it out as a team.
If you're ready to improve your relationships and communication with your loved ones I'd love to support you on your journey!
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