When you get married, two become one.
If your relationship struggles, you are married to the wrong person.
The honeymoon phase of your relationship should last forever.
Other married people don’t bicker, fight, and wonder if their relationship is worth the effort.
If your marriage is failing, you are a failure at relationships.
When you find your soul mate you will live happily ever after.
You and your partner are responsible for making each other happy.
These myths contribute to the embarassment people feel when their long-term romantic relationship is struggling. I believe it is time to remove the cloak of shame from the realities of living with another person.
By starting a more transparent conversation, we can bust some of these myths. I can help you see your relationship and yourself with fresh eyes so you can create a life together that is happier than ever.
Read more about this marriage conversation on my Column on Castanet.