How much were you taught about creating a romantic relationship that is both fulfilling and exciting, safe and sexy?
I wouldn’t be surprised if you said “very little” or “hardly anything at all.
Romantic relationships are not easy. And yet we receive so little training about how to make love work that it’s no wonder these days relationship satisfaction is commonly low and the divorce rate is around 50% for first marriages (and even higher for second and third marriages).
When you struggle in relationships, or when they end, do you sometimes think of yourself as inadequate, or even as a failure?
I hope not but if so you are not alone!
Today’s Man Alive Podcast Guest, Jayson Gaddis, is the founder of the Relationship School and host of the Smart Couple Podcast. He is on a mission to teach people the one class they didn’t get in school – ”How to do Romantic Relationships.” Jayson teaches how to use conflict to create a more fulfilling and sustainable relationship.
Check out this episode to see how to have a shot at a romantic relationship that not only lasts, but where you’re happy, growing and supported.
In this conversation we discussed:
- Foundations and tools to create a bedrock of connection and happiness
- A cause of Viagra use that many men wouldn’t suspect
- Why it’s important to have a shared context for relationship
- How to move beyond the fantasy that it would be easier with someone else
- The ability to recognize and take care of your and your partner’s inner “scared animals“
Whether you are single and looking for relationship, or currently in one, Jayson’s wisdom and tools will save you heartache, time and honestly even money! I have deep trust in Jayson and am happy to bring him to you.
Even men at the top of their game find themselves wanting more from life. Man Alive is the resource for men who want more meaning, a bigger impact, unshakable confidence, a hotter sex life, more money, deeper love, solid friendships or a powerful legacy.
A version of this post was originally posted on ShanaJamesCoaching.com and is republished here with permission from the author.
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