MarriageMethods & DecisionTime

Your marriage is difficult. As in, much more difficult than the average marriage.

There might be a lot of arguing, a lack of connection and sex, perhaps abuse or addiction.

I’m guessing you cry a lot.
Or, on the other hand, you’ve emotionally shut down because you’re just so tired of trying. You throw yourself into your children, your work, your hobbies.
Or, you’re barely able to function because of the circumstantial depression that has settled over your life.

Things have not turned out the way you’d hoped or prayed for, to say the least. And you don’t know what to do anymore.

(I know all of this, by the way, because this was my life for almost twenty years.)

Here are your options:
You can keep doing what you’re doing, expecting different results one of these days.
Or, you can change how you look at your situation and how you respond to it.

If your plan is to stay married (at least for now), did you know that you can stay poorly OR you can choose to stay well? Yes, sweet girl, you have a choice.

(Scroll down if you’re thinking about leaving your marriage as I have some options for you as well.)

MarriageMethods is for the Christian woman in a difficult marriage who has tried everything and wants to learn to stay better, more whole, in more holy ways.

In MarriageMethods, we cover:

what is my role?
self care (physical/mental)
self care (emotional/relational)
self care (spiritual)
grieving
anger
forgiveness vs trust
communication
God defines me not my marriage
our identity
newness
thriving vs surviving
tools to help you think more clearly, act more maturely and feel so much better about yourself, despite your difficult and painful circumstances

And you have three options:

Level I: self-guided
12 weekly lessons
12 weekly journaling exercises
3 monthly webcast teachings
$300 one-time payment or $100/month for three months
register here

Level II: group coaching
all of the above PLUS
three months of private Facebook group support and coaching, with weekly Q&A webcasts where you can ask me anything
$450 one-time payment or $150/month for three months
register here

Level III: group + one-on-one coaching
all of the above PLUS
three 30-minute coaching calls with me
$645 one-time payment or $215/month for three months
register here

However, maybe in the quietness of your mind or in the privacy of your journal or in the confidential office of your counselor or across the table from your best friend, you find yourself asking, “Should I stay or should I go?”

You’re exhausted. You’re confused. You might be fighting back anxiety or depression or both. And you don’t know what to do anymore but you know that it’s time to do something.

If you’re contemplating leaving your marriage, I ask you to give me five weeks. Not to try to talk you out of it, no. Because this decision is between you and God. But to help you think through this life-altering decision with clarity, wisdom and strength.

DecisionTime is for you.

I’m here to help. You are not alone. I have walked the road you’re walking. You can go here to read my story.

In DecisionTime, we cover:

grounds for divorce
your role in your marriage now
your emotions
your reactions
ways you can feel better and get tangible help

You will feel heard, understood, supported and guided in tangible ways.

Here’s what Pat said about the course, “The course was really helpful in providing concrete ways to re-think how I was approaching things.”

And you have three options:

Level I: self-guided
five lessons
five journaling exercises
five webcast teachings
$169
register here

Level II: group coaching
all of the above PLUS
five weeks access to a private Facebook group support and coaching, with weekly Q&A webcasts where you can ask me anything
$269
register here

Level III: group plus one-on-one coaching
all of the above PLUS
one 30-minute coaching call with me
$335
register here