The #1 Relationship Holiday Survival Technique (That Doesn't Work)
I'll just let it slide" Carol thought to herself after her husband Rocky got his way (again) when they were trying to finalize vacation plans a few months ago.
A month ago, one of his "jokes" cut her a little too deep.
She said NOTHING and pretended it didn't hurt and acted like nothing was wrong.
A few nights ago, Rocky wanted to go to bed early and have some "fun"...
Carol pretended to have something important she had to do and politely offered a "rain check." (seems as though Pinterest won out over him)
Next time something happens that upsets her, what will she do?
What will you do in situations like this?
Will she (or you) withdraw yet once again and pretend everything's okay OR will she (or you) try something else?
If you're anything at all like "Carol" and millions of other women out there--you're sick and tired of holding back--not saying how you think or feel.
You want to feel seen, heard and you want to feel important.
You need to find the strength and confidence to be able to say anything to your spouse, lover or partner without fear of what they'll say, what they'll think or how they'll react....