007: How to Bring Back that Lovin’ Feeling


Recently a student named Sharon told me that she had no hope of having a happy marriage because her husband hated her.

When I asked how she knew that, she said that he was always scowling at her and that he took every opportunity to say mean things.

It sounded incredibly lonely and painful. I could see why she was feeling so hopeless.

She had plenty of evidence that her husband hated her, and that he hurt her intentionally.

But I had a hunch her husband’s hatred was more likely a symptom than the real problem.

If you’re feeling like your husband is hateful or hurting you intentionally, here’s what to do to heal your marriage:

Here’s What You’ll Hear:

  • In today’s episode I’m going to share what to do to restore deep connection and affection even if your husband seems indifferent or even actively seems to dislike you.
  • My guest Mari spent five lonely years in her third marriage fearing that she’d made yet another mistake and was headed for yet another divorce. But today she is the center of her husband’s universe. She’s going to tell us how she turned her relationship around and made it fun and sweet again.
  • Then I’ll be giving out the award for The Worst Relationship Advice of the Week which you have heard so many times it seems like THE TRUTH, but actually doesn’t mean what most people think it means.

Grab your free copy of The Adored Wife Roadmap. It covers common mistakes that everyone seems to be making and lays out the pathway to becoming desired, taken care of and special in your relationship without his conscious effort!

2 thoughts on “007: How to Bring Back that Lovin’ Feeling”

  1. I’ve been following all the steps and my husband got worse says he doesn’t trust me and he’s become even more distant

  2. I am so inspired by Mari’s relationship transformation. I loved how her husband is chasing her all the way to the bathroom to get a kiss from her. Sounds like he is in love 🙂

    I can so relate to believing that my husband hates me. I am still tempted to go to that thinking when I am low on self-care. Self-care is what makes me able to see the good and the beautiful in my relationship.

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