romanceFrom the Editors

We love this article: When She Gets Angry – Keeping The Peace In Relationships And Marriage–>>

Yes, it’s for men – and it’s telling men how to make US happy, and it’s written by a man – David Cunningham.

We’re doing our best to get him to write a book for women on how to teach, or encourage a man to DO what David teaches men to do – without wrecking things in the process.

In the meantime, we thought you might enjoy this article – for us – it’s the exact bottom line of the problems and complaints we hear from SO many married women…and we think it’ll give you clarity on how arguments happen, and how you can see what’s going on more clearly and then use Rori Raye and Orna and Matthew Walters’ techniques for communicating to a man that you WANT him to treat you like this.

Anger – both expressed and stuffed down inside us – can totally ruin a relationship.

The way we handle our anger and – yes – boredom – is KEY to the juiciness, the harmony and the longevity of our relationship with a man.

Please let us know with your comments what you think of this approach to working out problems in your relationship.

Sincerely, The Editors

1 Comment

  1. Ana Loiselle on December 4, 2011 at 10:35 am

    I think one of the major difficulties couples (women especially) have is that when they’re in pain, instead of asking for understanding, they tell the other person what’s wrong with them. What they did, what they should have done; and they usually do so in terms that are exaggerative or imply blame, or imply wrongness in some way. That just sounds painful, and yet this is what we have been taught to do.

    When couples can understand that their intention is to be to get heard, to be connected with, to be understood, and not to make wrong – THEN they are golden and can negotiate their needs.

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