Do you ever feel like you might be struggling in your relationship?
I mean, how could you really know for sure? You and your partner have been together for so long! There haven’t been any major conflicts that would determine that yes, there is, indeed, a struggle.
Yet, deep down… there is something missing. And quite honestly, that missing piece of your relationship could be the very key indicator to let you know that things aren’t going well after all.
When I was in college, I dated a guy who I thought was going to get serious. Since we were having a good time and there was never any negative talk on building a future together, I naturally thought things were good. I sincerely believed that no news meant good news.
Boy, was I wrong.
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Turns out that because we never talked about our relationship, there were silent cracks that were slowly forming beneath the surface. It wasn’t under our relationship completely shattered that I realized that we were struggling… and had been for a very long time.
Look, sis, I DO NOT want this to happen to you! I don’t want you to wake up one morning feeling utterly confused because you had no idea where your relationship was headed!
So, I wanna help!
After all, I believe that I went through all of this so that you don’t have to! No woman should ever have to stay in a relationship for the sole sake of being in a relationship. Definitely not if you don’t feel like you’re your best self within that relationship! It’s not healthy and it certainly does not serve you! But first… let’s address some things…
No lie, are you struggling in your relationship? In this video, I”m going to share some signs to help you know whether or not your relationship needs help and needs help FAST! Here are THREE QUESTIONS to ask yourself to see if your relationship is struggling!
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