Episode 45: The Insidious Belief That Can Kill Your Relationship

Getting Rid Of The Expectation That Holds Your Relationship’s Fulfillment Hostage

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Relationships are ideally meant to be exciting, fulfilling, and enjoyable. So why are so many struggling to attain the levels of satisfaction with their love that they know exists? Is it possible that there might be something in the way of your happiness? Could the fulfillment that you so badly want to experience in your relationship be easily received if that obstacle was removed?

Today, I’m going to be talking about the insidious belief that can kill your relationship slowly and keep you from feeling fulfilled. So, if you’ve ever felt that your relationship has more that it could be and you want to maximize the potential of your partnership, then listen as I help you get rid of the expectation that holds your relationship’s fulfillment hostage.

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