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Your 4 Core Relationship Values Inside (Mailbag)

Your 4 Core Relationship Values Inside (Mailbag)


My fans and peers are talking about my Relationship Values workbook. It ranks your top four relationship needs so you can share them with a partner.

This book is called Relationship Magic because it is so simple yet makes you feel like you’re in the PERFECT relationship.  I’ve been featured on TV talking about Relationship Magic because it’s such an easy and powerful piece of self-knowledge.

Knowing your 4 core relationship values allows you to be loved that much better. And focusing on your partner’s top values makes them deliriously happy with you. 

I Want To Know My Top 4 Relationship Values ⇐ Simple Workbook For Profound Results

I’m a Relationship Coach, And I’m Impressed!

“I purchased the Relationship Magic workbook from you, which I love! I am implementing into my coaching practice the list that has all the different values to help one determine their core values. Thank you for this excellent asset!” — Cree

Her Needs My Needs

“Relationship Magic is nice. Really nice. And thoroughly thought through. The Workbook is perfect for a companionship evening.” — Bruce


Here’s another email from Theo:

“Hi, Susan. 

Wonder if you would clarify something?

When we attempt to compare the list of our relationship values down to just four, are you referring to the 22 main category heads listed on page 27? 

For instance, you list as examples:

  • humor
  • belonging
  • peace of mind
  • kids
  • independence
  • cherished and adored

Cheerfulness is a pretty good fit because it includes laughter.

Belonging appears under Acceptance.

Peace of mind doesn’t show up on any list, although Financial Security shows up under Accomplishment.

Kids do not show up on any list, although Familial Care shows up under Family Focus.

Independence does not show up on any list, although Freedom shows up under Adventure.

Cherished and adored does not show up on any list, although Affection shows up under Passion.

Thanks for any feedback. This is quite a revelation.”



Dear Theo,

Just use YOUR words for these feelings. 

The list inside the downloadable workbook is a representative, but not an exhaustive list of all the possible values. Use the list in the book to help you figure out which are your most important FOUR values. 

I’ve given you words like cheerfulness, but if humor feels like the best word to describe one of the four most important things you value, then use that word. Or use laughter. Or use fun. It’s your value. 

You make it as accurate as possible for your own life and describing to your partner.

Find out what Cree, Theo, and Bruce already know. Discover your relationship values tonight.

I’ve sold nearly 25,000 copies of this beautiful little workbook. Print it out tonight and fill it out over dinner. What fun!

Click this link to download your workbook for $9.95 instead of the regular $27:

I Want To Know My Top 4 Relationship Values ⇐ Simple Workbook For Profound Results

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