If you want to stop being scared of getting divorced here’s some great advice to help you immediately stop those anxious, fearful feelings taking over again.
I talk to men experiencing scared, emasculated, desperate and crushed emotions every day. Our conversations all start with a discussion of “what are you feeling now?”.
It’s important you know how much we care about your feelings and how much we empathize with those fearful thoughts. But after about 30 minutes into a consultation call you will hear something very strange.
I’m not really interested in your “feelings”.
Let me explain.
Yes, I know being a man is tough. Being in a relationship is tough.
But all of it is tougher when you’re being yanked around by your feelings on a daily basis.
Part of being a mature, confident and clear headed man is knowing that while your “feelings” are normal and healthy, they are NOT your reality.
Becoming a master of your emotional world demands that you change your relationship with your “feelings”. This means you’re going to have to change your relationship with your “thoughts”.
Here’s the problem.
Most Insecure, Nervous And Unhappy People Have A Habit Of “Living The Feeling Of Their Thinking”
What’s that mean?
It means they allow their random thoughts, beliefs and projections to drive an endless parade of negative emotions.
They feel like they are a passenger in a roller coaster of “feeling” and have no particular agency or responsibility for changing the thinking at the root of their constant anxious, angry and/or unhappy reactions to life.
Is this you? Who else do you know who might be living this reality?
I know. This may sound strange to you.
But this wisdom is thousands of years old!
The most confident, calm, wise, clear-headed and HAPPY people in the world are those who have come to terms with their own ability – and responsibility – for changing the WAY THEY THINK about the cards they are dealt every day.
This is why I don’t really want to “talk about your feelings”.
I want to talk about your THINKING!
So I will…in this video.
Why I Don’t Want to Talk About Your “Feelings”
Stop Being Scared Of Divorce By Thinking Something NEW
“The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.” ~ Sir William Jones
We have dozens of complimentary consultations every month with men who have been afraid of what they are FEELING.
They use words like lonely, scared, rejected, dismissed, ignored, replaced, inadequate, frustrated, uncertain and confused.
We will spend one to two hours speaking with you to help you immediately relax and focus. We demonstrate the power of having a wise mentor in your corner to challenge your emotional roller coaster and to teach you how to do a better job of thinking about your thinking.
This is our favorite reaction.
“Dude, I just got more out of this call than I’ve gotten from 3 years of freakin’ therapy!! Why isn’t anyone telling men this stuff?!”
1. We talk about what’s really happening with your marriage, wife and sex life.
2. We tell you things about being a man your father never told you…and how you’ve been avoiding the most powerful part of being a man.
3. We take you through an exercise to experience the thrill of changing your perspective and HOW YOU’RE THINKING at this very moment.
That’s when you immediately FEEL something different than just an hour earlier.
Yeah. I know. Sounds crazy. I love this stuff and it’s why I can’t stop writing and talking about it. I want that for you too, brother.
Think about it. Perhaps the most courageous, decisive and masculine thing you can do right now is ask for a chat.
When a relationship gets rocky, there’s always the initial fear. Change is scary! Something is wrong though when fear continues on and on. You don’t like it and neither does she. Stop being scared of divorce by getting a new perspective to challenge the stories in your head. Strong men ask for help. Everyone else sits around waiting for something to change.
Fill out the unusually personal questions.
Be honest. Be thorough.
Let us show you something you didn’t expect.
That’s a promise.