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  • Writer's pictureHannah Brooks

Making Self-Responsibility In Relationships Fun

Updated: Jan 13, 2023

Ready to start the New Year off on the most love-empowering foot, for REAL positive change in your marriage?

The most powerful way to do that (actually the only way to do that) is by taking super-responsibility for all you can in your marriage–in particular the pain or unhappiness you are experiencing. Doesn’t sound like fun? I’ve heard that before from other sensitive people. And it’s the reason so many people don't take responsibility–and therefore lose out majorly on having the kind of loving fulfilling marriage they want.

That doesn't have to be you. In this episode I share how taking responsibility for your experience in your relationship can be the most EMPOWERING experience — instead of it feeling crappy! In fact, you can make this key to great love FUN.

Dive in to hear:

  • My definition of self-responsibility and what it means to be 100% self-responsible

  • How, if you live without it, it will cost you love, connection, happiness, fulfillment, laughter, joy and passion in your relationship.

  • why it’s like winning the lasting-love-lottery once you learn to really do it, giving you way more power than you ever knew you had to make your marriage the best it can be.

  • The totally avoidable mistake people make that leads to it feeling bad

  • What the people who are good at it have that others don’t (you can develop this!)

  • How to make it feel empowering, fun and totally rewarding, so you can GROW the love, connection, happiness, fulfillment, laughter, joy and passion in your relationship.

Honestly, I can’t believe I didn't make this episode for you sooner! It’s one not to miss-–giving you the biggest foundational key to breaking through to long-term happiness in love.

Listen in to find out how you can, too!

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1 Comment

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