Many women are unhappy in their marriage and feel hopeless because they can’t get their husband to work on the relationship.
At Strong Women, Strong Love, we’re committed to showing you how to use your own power to turn your marriage around, with or without his cooperation.
When you know what YOU can do to rekindle love, you will relax knowing you’re not leaving the most important relationship of your life completely up to chance.
You’re a strong woman who deserves an equally-strong love. Let’s show you how!
I know the stakes are incredibly high. No one goes into a marriage thinking they may end up in divorce court one day. And yet, we know that many marriages struggle, and women are usually the ones to call it quits.
At Strong Women, Strong Love, my goal is to show you exactly where to target your energy, so that you’re not guessing about how to keep the love and passion alive in your marriage. I’ve been personally trained by many of the leading marriage experts in the world. They have already discovered the essential keys to building the strong and happy relationship you desire.
You deserve a relationship where you feel cherished, appreciated and fully supported by your husband. Let me show you how!
Sick and Tired of Petty Arguments That Leave You Angry & Resentful?
Welcome to the Authentic Dad Podcast! I’m David Waranch and I coach dads on having a greater impact in the world, living on their own terms, flourishing in their relationships.
Today, I’m joined by Dr. Poonam Sharma. Dr. Sharma is an experienced psychologist in San Antonio. She’s the author of Strong Women, Strong Love: The Missing Manual for the Modern Marriage.
I wanted to talk to Dr. Sharma because I found her book very helpful and practical in navigating marriage and relationships in the modern world. I really enjoy her down to earth and practical style of writing.
We talk about marital expectations, the 5 human needs, gender roles, and much more.
I’ve seen it happen again and again. Especially to people who have been together for a long time. Their relationship was solid at the beginning. And they still love each other. After all, they’ve been through so much together. And yet, they are slowly drifting apart. Neither one can point to any clear moment when their relationship started to unravel. But it clearly has.
Have you seen the Netflix series “Indian Matchmaking”? It is one of the most talked about shows in recent memory. And that talk is widely varied.
For some, “Indian Matchmaking” is simply just another addictive dating show, like “Love Is Blind” or “The Bachelor.”
But others are aghast that the matchmaker, Sima Taparia, openly uses social class, skin color and beauty as criteria for selecting a mate. She also considers personality, educational background and profession because her goal is to optimize compatibility and make sure families fully support the marriage.