“I don’t love you anymore”, “I love you, but I am not in love with you”, “You are a good person, you have done nothing wrong, I just need to move on." These simple words can and usually change the tone of any relationship.
“What have I done wrong? Is she seeing someone else?” are questions that are common, but seldom helpful in such a situation. Indeed, many have heard such horrifying words being spoken to them, but the route the relationship then took from here has not been the same. While the route that will then lead to divorce is obvious, the kind of response that leads to a stronger and deeper relationship may not be so obvious or easy, but is simple. Asking yourself "What can I do to win my partner back?" can be the first step. In ‘7 Simple Things To Do When Your Wife Says She Doesn’t Love You Anymore’, Brian Mulipah shows a workable method that anyone can use in this situation.
Brian helps individuals, couples and teams who are hurting, disappointed and abused to find healing, freedom and purpose so that they can live fulfilling, joyful, significant and productive lives.
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