Is this question causing you some
pain right now? You didn't think it
would be so hard to decide, did
you? Sure, no one thinks that the
"Happily Ever After" works in
real life but still...
You have never thought that you
could feel alone inside a
relationship; and that it's way
harder than just being alone.
You've just never thought that this
sweet, charming person who you
fell love with could become such
an angry, hostile being.
"What went wrong?" - You
wonder. "Who's to blame?"
Maybe this is the worst part:
feeling like failing in something,
as if you're not good enough. You
may feel isolated, afraid if you
share your disappointment with
someone they would judge you.
You might feel stuck in your
Hundreds of times you've tried to
change it, but it just led to
fighting and hurting each other.
Considering divorce may bring
"Would I be all alone?"
"Would I be able to support
myself?" "Could I find another
partner or do I have to live my
entire life alone?"
You're worried that any direction
you move you would regret, so you
I'm sure you would give half of
your soul to the devil if you could
be sure to come out of this misery.
What would move you out from
this hopeless state of mind?
What if I say: Let's understand
better what's happened, starting
with questions like:
How did it begin?
What did you like about each
How did you get along, when you
got along well? Did it change
according to one particular event,
What are your main values?
Do you and your partner's values
What are your rules? Are they
How can you communicate them?
What's happening when you don't
How do you handle arguments?
Who is the boss in the different
parts of life?
...and so on...
Let's go through every important
part of your relationship, and try
to figure out what is the cause of
Are your main value systems
Are your expectations for each
Can you, do you want to meet
each other's needs?
Is your communication effective?
Let's find out whether your
differences can be solved, or not.
I recommend that you think about
whether you want to work on this
alone, or if you can get your
partner to contribute to find a
better way of life.
Or, if you conclude that you
better leave the relationship, let
me support you to find your new
confidence, new path, a new
independence, shape a new you!
See? It is not as hard as it
I can help you!
Should I stay or should I go?
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