It’s only been a week since many of us were forced to start spending more time at home with our spouses.
We went from spending a majority of our time at the office, the gym, running errands, and socializing…
To working from home and staying indoors nearly every hour of the day.
All of our usual activities are closed. We’re also strongly discouraged from visiting the people who used to be a respite from our relationship problems.
Combine all this with the stress, uncertainty, worry, and doubt we’re feeling through this time (end date unknown)…
Disagreements and differences will intensify.
The things that previously irritated you will become unbearable.
And, more likely than not, the disconnection between the two of you will grow greater and more pronounced.
So, what exactly am I saying here?
This is the first week of MANY that we’ll spend alone (or nearly alone) with our spouses.
Unfortunately, this means that it hasn’t gotten as bad as it’s going to get in our marriages.
These struggles will only get louder and stronger over the coming weeks (or, potentially, months).
We’re going to grow more stressed, upset, and tense – not less.
I’ve created a brand new 9-part eCourse called Not So Close: Navigating Quarantine When Your Marriage Is Struggling.
It’s specifically designed for anyone who’s entering quarantine in a fragile relationship – and worried that their marriage won’t make it out to the other side.
I understand how challenging this time is for women who were already dealing with stress, guilt, and indecision in their marriage…
And I don’t want anyone to go through this with no direction, support, or guidance.
That’s why I’m offering this entire eCourse for just $47.