- Posted October 3, 2013 by
Are You Married To The Right Person
However, the truth is that there is nothing called starting afresh in this world. Your past mistakes would continue to haunt you in the future as well. You would be committing the same mistakes again and again and having the same relationship issues with every partner.
The solution is not to leave it all in the middle, but to look for alternatives. Marrying someone is not a small thing. You have to be really careful while making or breaking relationships as they can leave you and your partner scarred for life. Statistics has it that, for every two marriages one ends in a divorce.
On a monthly basis, if you search Google keyword planner tool, you would find 33,000 searches for ‘I want a divorce’ and 49,000 searches for ‘marriage advice’.
Look no more for relationship counseling that doesn’t work. Your marriage would not work miraculously only by the advice of just some ‘expert’ who claims to know it all. It would take some serious, however small, efforts from you every single day to help in saving your marriage.
Marion Carlon has some serious, real life marriage advice for the couples in distress in his new audio book ‘Are You Married To The Right Person?’ This audio book would reveal everything about relationships without costing thousands of dollars that you pay to marital counselors.
The audio book is the essence of the personal experience of Carlon, his years of experience in the industry and several case studies of couples who got through a rocky phase in the relationship. Questions on love, sex, money and infidelity would be answered in this book.
The 37 comprehensive chapters of the book deal with questions like these:
• Do you communicate well with your spouse?
• Are you in the relationship for money?
• You think/believe you need to end the marriage but do you know how to tell them?
• Are you sleeping in different bedrooms, or even the sofa?
• How great is the SEX in your marriage?
• How many things do you ‘really’ have in common with your spouse or significant other?
Marion Carlon is, a relationship/life coach and expert who has dealt with hundreds of marital woes and divorce cases in the past 20 years. He has himself been divorced after 13 years of marriage, which has only enhanced his insight on the subject. He says that his only goal is to help couples and individuals improve their relationships and love themselves first, so that they are capable to love others as well.
Check this YouTube video out now http://youtu.be/9r60HTXiFAo
A few reviews on the book read as follows:
"I wish I had this audio book before I got my divorce..."
"OMG, I needed this Audio Book before I started spending countless dollars in relationship counseling!"
"This Audio Book will open you up to new aspects of group therapy, counseling, self-help methods...
Name: Marion Carlon