How To Handle Marital Problems
Before I share this life changing information with you, I just want to say I don’t know just exactly what you’ll find most exciting as you imagine how you’ll be putting this to use.
What’s important is that as you continue to notice that growing excitement that you feel free to ask the questions that let you know a fantastic decision is going to be made.
So will you promise me you’ll ask those questions?
It’s totally clear, I can’t be the one to decide for yourself you want this.
There are two kinds of marital conflict:
1) Issues that can be resolved and
2) Perpetual problems
GRIDLOCK OR A SOLVABLE PROBLEM?
According to John Gottman PhD in his book, “The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work,” you don’t have to resolve your marital conflicts for your marriage to thrive. If you approach issues with good humor, so you don’t feel overwhelmed with negativity, you can agree to disagree and keep your issues in perspective.
69% of marital issues are perpetual problems that fall into five common categories:
- Disagreements about having children
- Who does what chores when
- Religious belief differences
- Parenting approaches and
- One partner wants more sex than the other
If this last issue is a perpetual problem in your marriage, watch this video.
I have studied the phenomenon of sexual intimacy declining in marriages and can tell you it is possible to resolve a lack of frequent sex with your partner.
You can move your partner into the mindset of wanting frequent, passionate sexual experiences with you. You do not have to suffer in anger or even rage any longer.
There are four steps back to the kind of sex you had when you were dating. <=== Watch The Video
And the four steps are fun, easy and effective at having more and better sex with your partner.
Even if you think you’ve waited too long, it’s not too late. . .
Even if your marriage therapist thinks couples’ sex lives are supposed to naturally die off (they are wrong!). . .
Even if your partner has health, weight or emotional issues. . .
You can turn your sex life back on.