Soulful Truth Telling: Am I in the Wrong Marriage?
There are some things we don’t discuss. There are some topics that are off-limits. There are some questions that go unanswered.
One of the most difficult questions that people face in their lives is, “Am I in the wrong marriage?”
This question demands attention.
This question keeps whispering to us, over time getting louder and louder.
It wants an answer. It wants clarity. It wants to know what’s next.
It wants to understand your answers for your life and for your marriage.
There is no wrong answer, except not answering.
Through these teachings you will move from stuck in indecision to relationship clarity. Once you have the clarity you need, you’ll know what your next steps look like.
The core of my teaching, speaking, and coaching is based on what I refer to as Soulful Truth Telling. Without the truth, there’s nowhere to go, and there’s nothing to work with. You cannot thrive in a bed of lies, and you cannot gain real clarity while swimming in half-truths.
Rather than highlighting all of our mistakes, with Soulful Truth Telling we simply become compassionately curious about how we reached this place, how we helped create our experiences within our marriages, and what those experiences are here to teach us.
Rather than blaming and focusing on our partner’s shortcomings, with Soulful Truth Telling, we gently open ourselves up to forgiveness and a deeper truth.
Within the context of Soulful Truth Telling, you will gain the insight you need to trust your answers for your life and to know what to do next. Once you learn these truths, you can’t un-learn them. You can’t go back to the way it was before. You can’t continue repeating the same destructive relationship patterns or painful experiences, because you know something you didn’t know before. Regardless of your decision about your marriage, you will move forward.
Soulful Truth Telling is your doorway to clarity.
Soulful Truth Telling is your key to healing and forgiveness.
Soulful Truth Telling is your path to discovering what comes next.