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Discover the Simple and Profound Secrets for Real Marriage Success!

You’re a busy, ambitious woman, chasing your dreams with everything you have. You always wanted a successful career, a happy home, and a husband who wants you more than anything.

Now you find yourself in a place where you’re wondering whether it was a mistake to marry him.

DON’T GIVE UP! Modern marriage is challenging and requires a very specific approach to make it successful.

Strong Women, Strong Love shows you the quickest, most efficient path to creating the marriage you really want.

By staying focused on what actually works,  you CAN build the relationship of your dreams, without wasting your precious time.

psharmaHello, I’m Dr. Poonam Sharma. As a psychologist practicing for over 20 years, it breaks my heart to watch strong, capable women like you struggling with one of the most important relationships of your life. At Strong Women, Strong Love, my goal is to walk you through the 5 KEY MOVES that keep the love and passion alive in your marriage.

I know how incredibly busy you are, so I’ve done all the hard work for you. There’s no need for guesswork. Top relationship experts have already discovered the essential keys to building the strong and happy relationship you desire. I have been trained by the leading marriage experts in the world, like John Gottman, Sue Johnson, Esther Perel, Terry Real, Janis Abram Spring, Michele Weiner-Davis and Harville Hendrix. I want you to have access to what these professionals know about making marriage work. This was the motivation behind writing my award-winning book, Strong Women, Strong Love: The Missing Manual for the Modern Marriage.

You deserve a relationship where you feel cherished, appreciated and fully supported by your husband. Let me show you how!

The Four Agreements in Marriage

The personal development classic The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz might not be your idea of romantic reading before Valentine’s Day. But I’ve been revisiting this book lately and thinking about what each of the agreements can tell us about how to show up in marriage.

Be Impeccable With Your Word
Words matter, so choose them carefully. Words can tear down your relationship when you use them to criticize, complain and belittle. And they can build your bond when you express love and appreciation.

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Are You Stuck in a Rut? Here’s How to Re-Energize

Have you been feeling like life is just the “same old, same old” even though we’re in a new year? Getting stuck in a rut can happen all too easily, especially for busy wives and moms.

Why does this happen? Well, we can blame some people who are very important to us: our kids. Or, more accurately, we can blame a culture that’s obsessed with kids and parenting. When you see other parents laser-focused on providing the “best” for the kids (education, extracurriculars, birthday parties … you name it) no matter what it takes, it’s only natural to try to fall in line. We all want to feel a sense of belonging with our peers.

In this case, however, fitting in comes at a high cost. Losing yourself in kid-centered routines isn’t good for you, your marriage or even your children.

To restore balance to your life, it’s time to devote some energy to you. Consider these questions:

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Is It Time to Leave Your Husband?

Back before Thanksgiving, you gave yourself an ultimatum: I’m just going to get through the holidays, and then I’m telling him it’s over. Now here we are in the new year, and it’s your moment of truth. You have to make the final call: Should you leave your husband?

This is one of the most wrenching decisions a woman can face. As you consider ending your marriage, know that you’re far from alone. Women are thought to initiate between 70 percent and 80 percent of divorces.

Some of those marriages, of course, are irretrievably broken. Others, though, could be saved. Without counseling you in person, I can’t know which category your own marriage falls into. But what can I do is give you some final questions to consider before you leave so that you can be at peace with your decision, whatever it turns out to be.

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