At least once per year I like to highlight popular posts for new readers and remind long-term readers of important messages that are easy to forget.
There is no question that relationships are complicated, this is why I have committed to help people across the globe with my perspective on relationships through this free blog.
My unique perspective comes from spending most of my week with couples in crisis on the brink of divorce.
My biggest wish is that couples should take action much sooner to prevent them having dealing with a life changing situation. Relationship problems rarely just go away so PLEASE don’t wait for a crisis to happen before you take action. Take action now even if it’s on your own.
Some of these posts may strike a chord.
Too many people regret divorcing once the dust has settled
What do you do when a spouse is convinced the marriage is over? Unfortunately for many couples they are unaware of how much havoc their minds can play with their thoughts as they struggle to make sense of their marital crisis.
So I thought it worthwhile to expand this topic to help you either avoid this, or take action if divorce is on your mind… read more
The Warrior & The Princess
When the warrior first meets and falls for the princess he marvels at her beauty, he stands by her side looking after her, protecting her and loving her. Full of his love the princess connects with his powerful presence, his honestly and his strength for her.
She looks into his eyes and sees the future clearly, a wonderful life is possible with a warrior like this she feels. She knows this man loves her and she can see he will become a great man, so her future looks full and secure… read more
Please Save Our Marriage!
Please Save Our Marriage! This was the first email I recieved from Darren and Sue, they were at breaking point.
When they first entered my clinic you could cut the atmosphere with a knife. This was a couple with young children on the edge, breaking up seemed like the only option open to them… read more
10 Rules for Rebuilding a Broken Marriage
I have spent many many years working only with couples who are in crisis and on the edge of divorce.
What I’ve learnt during this time is what works and what doesn’t that will enable a couple to learn if it’s actually possible to rebuild their marriage no matter what’s happened.
If you are struggling then this list below is the list I wish I knew when I was starting out with my own relationships in my 20’s. With this knowledge I could have save my self a lot of time and discomfort. read more
All successful couples have done this to save their marriage and avoid an almost certain divorce!
Every day I spend my time with couples in crisis. I see multiple couples a day, each one with a totally different problem from affairs to loss of love from breaches of trust to circular conflicts and power struggles.
So I’ve end up with a very unique perspective on the world of relationships. What’s important about this perspective is the data I have collected for over a decade on those that are successful and those that aren’t… read more
Learning how to repair your relationship is the most critical relationship skill you can learn today!
If you want to learn how to repair your relationship this post is for you. Relationships are extremely valuable and they need looking after if you want to keep them alive, so today you will learn one key skill that’s the foundation to rebuilding your relationship.
The challenge with this is most couples don’t know how to look after the relationship and sadly many are not even aware they have to, they think it should just happen. To be clear successful relationship don’t just happen they are created… read more
Rebuilding trust to regain emotional connection
When a person in a relationship believes that their emotional self is not being looked after or respected by their partner they are highly likely to want to protect themselves from the person that is supposed to love them.
The process of protecting themselves leads that person to lose trust in their partners ability or desire to care about what they are thinking or feeling… read more