It’s no secret that relationships are hard. They take work! But the truth is, when you’re married with kids, it’s all too easy to get caught up in the everyday demands of LIFE, while your relationship sits on the back burner.
Then, before you know it, the fighting increases. Issues pile up. The distance between you and your spouse grows and suddenly, you’ve become The Angry Wife or their spouse! Everything deteriorates, and your home sometimes feels like a war zone.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Join me, my friend Amanda Haywood (self-proclaimed “Recovering Angry Wife”), and more than twenty relationship experts for “Make Love Not War: How to Stop Fighting and Start Enjoying a FUN, Fulfilling Relationship,” a complimentary interview series, and discover how to return to LOVE.
Stop Fighting—Start Having FUN.
When you go to the link above and join us for this heartfelt series of personal conversations, you’ll get REAL-LIFE, proven advice, strategies, and tools to experience healing, and recreate your relationship.
Specifically, you’ll learn how to:
- Tap into the wisdom of your inner source of love, so that no matter what is happening around you—outside of you—you are able to manage your emotions, remaining calm and grounded.
- Process and heal your anger and rage, so you operate from a place of powerful love (you can’t imagine how much better you’ll feel!).
- Methods that WORK to instantly stop a fight, so you can redirect and move forward.
- Let go for love! Discover how to release the things that tend to keep the distance growing, so you can get closer to your spouse, instead.
- To access the deeper wisdom in your capacity to love, and use it to get your entire life’s journey on track toward your happiest future!
- And more!
Amanda is the perfect person to host this summit, because she knows what it’s like to live the misery of the War Zone life.
Beginning when she was a child, Amanda witnessed firsthand how extreme love can turn quickly into extreme hatred, when witnessing the fights between her mother and stepfather.
She met her husband—the love of her life—just six days after receiving her “Gohonzon” (a Buddhist ceremony), where she chanted for love. He too has a Buddha-like calmness, and to Amanda, is the world’s best dad.
Yet eventually, they found themselves constantly fighting (sometimes in front of their kids, which was worst of all) and totally disconnected. They became perpetually angry with each other, rage replacing their love, until it was so bad it was destroying their children. That’s when Amanda decided enough was enough.
She delved into research. She studied. She tried new techniques for existing from a place of LOVE instead of anger. And it worked!
Now, her marriage is healthier than ever, her children are better than ever, and the BEST part of all is that Amanda has applied what she has learned to every aspect of her life, and she has never been happier!
Now, her mission is to use her own life experience and the knowledge she has gained to help other Angry Wives and their spouses to make LOVE, not WAR.
I am moved by this mission, because I believe that using the art and practice of letting go to improve your relationship can make a powerful difference. I am so honored and privilege to be part of this great event and hope you’ll join us.
I can’t wait for this interview series; I plan to attend as a listener and as a speaker, and hope to “see” you there!
Join us to learn how to infuse your relationship with love and happiness!
Here’s to love,
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Jill Sherer Murray is an award-winning writer and speaker who studies creativity, relationships and self-growth. She is also the founder of Let Go For It®, a lifestyle brand dedicated to helping individuals let go for a better life. Jill’s TEDx talk as well as her advice column, Big Wild Love: Let Go For It® were created in service to her loyal and growing fan base, who seek support in the act and the art of letting go for the love they desire and deserve. Follow Jill @letgoforit on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.