Are you going through a divorce or a relationship breakup?
Did you think you had changed, only to discover you’ve repeated old patterns?
If so, you’re not alone.
Contemporary neueroscience shows us that people make the same relationship mistakes over and over, only to get the same disappointing results, until they make a decision to change.
Since my own divorce, I’ve committed my life to teaching my clients how to:
Learn WHY your marriage/relationship came apart, the PART you played in it, and most importantly, HOW to empower yourself to move forward to ensure that these issues don’t occur in your future romantic relationships (to virtually “divorce-proof” them).
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So if you're wondering WHY your marriage/relationship ended... or how you even ended up considering divorce/breakup from a person you used to love so much, I’ve put together a 6-part email series for you, that you can have in your inbox today, and get the pieces to start to understand WHAT happened to your marriage within 15 minutes.
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