The first step to solving a problem is recognizing there is one in the first place.
my bet is that you’re here because you can tell something is wrong
OR (at the very least)
you have a sense that something feels different in your relationship and want to determine if it’s heading towards the dreaded Splitsville
If you recognize any of the signs in the video or if you just know something is wrong – you need to 🛑 what you’re doing right now and ask yourself these 5 Qs.
When I ask guys those questions it’s the last question that always gives them the most pause.
Are you worth fighting for?
And It’s honestly a hard question to answer. 10 years ago I probably would have responded with something arrogant like “F*CK YEAH!” without understanding what that meant.
But what I’ve come to learn… is that it’s not about whose fault it is. It’s not about winning or losing. It’s not about who’s right or wrong.
It was about realizing that I, (me Bob), was a part of the problem and I alone was responsible for fixing my part of the relationship.
It was realization that I actually wasn’t worth fighting for (deep shit, I know!). I needed to fix “ME” before I could fix “US”.
But once I learned THAT, it changed everything for me and my relationship.
I learned through my own experience (and years of helping guys through their own relationships issues) that it’s almost always us.
Ready for the first step to solving your problem?
STOP PLAYING VICTIM (shouting intended!)
Ouch! Kinda hurts right?… like “FU Bob, it’s HER not me!”
Well, I’m here to tell you that it is you.
Good news? I guarantee if you start shifting that perspective, your relationship will be stronger than ever.
You don’t have to – simply click away, jump back to Barstool, and carry on knowing that your relationship will continue to suck until you do something about it.
I believe that if we’re not on a path to growth, then we’re on a path to destruction – our relationships included.
So if you’re interested to learn more, ready to grow, and willing to do the necessary work to create a better relationship then click on to watch my next video.
Who knows… it might just save your relationship.
As a certified relationship coach and the author of the forthcoming book Why Your Relationships Suck: How to Create Strong Relationships with Courage and Heart, I’m living my passion of helping others and fulfilling my life purpose as a husband, a father to my newborn son, a coach, a leader, a musician, and a traveler. I learned my purpose and I want to help you find yours.
My philosophy is that we are in relationship to everything. And the growth of self, growth of loving others, and growth in our career is the formula to a strong and loving relationship.