Did you know that women have the special privilege in their marriage to be the “keeper” of the marriage relationship?
Sometimes it can be annoying to us women, because we feel like we have to do everything … but the fact is that this is how God wired us.
We are the ones who think about our relationships, obsess on them, and fret about them. We just do.
Want to hear some good news?
We are also the ones who have the power to make our marriages stronger! But many of us are unsure of how to do that.
Should we gather up our husband and drag him to a marriage counseling session? Most women would love to improve their marriage, but they don’t want to pull the trigger on a full-blown marriage counseling situation. That can be very scary.
My husband and I did some marriage counseling a while back when we were in a rough patch. It was helpful, but we also did individual and couples marriage coaching at the same time. We both liked it better, and we continued with it long after we stopped counseling. It was just so much more positive and productive and effective.
That’s part of why I became a life coach. I learned so much about marriage – simple, but profound things that can make a marriage better. I now truly love teaching these things to other women.
If you have a serious marriage problem, you should definitely seek counseling, but if you are just wanting to tweak your marriage and improve it a little bit, coaching will do wonders for you! It will show you how to make a few changes in how you are doing things now so you can invite your husband into a healthier, happier relationship.
If you are currently feeling tension in your marriage, you will be surprised how quickly things can change with just a few tweaks on your part. Most women report a big improvement in about two weeks after starting marriage coaching.
So, if you would like to tweak your marriage without the drama of dragging your husband to counseling, reach out to me. I am offering a special right now – 4 sessions for only $300. It'll be just you and me! No need to drag hubby into it!