067: Finding Your Purpose while Fixing Your Relationship

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Finding Your Purpose while Fixing Your Relationship

When you have the vague feeling you have a calling in life that you’re not responding to, it’s like having an itch you can’t quite scratch.

Your soul is whispering to you that there’s something you’re here on the planet to do–something important, but how do you find it?

Even worse, when you’re not feeling purposeful, exhilarated or joyful in your work, that will lead to a strain in your relationship.

And if your relationship is struggling, that robs you from accomplishing all you want to do.

In other words, the two pain points are tied together and aggravate each other.

I didn’t realize that when my marriage was struggling. I just thought my husband was a loser pants and that work was hard but I could retire in 40 years (unless I got fired again).

Fortunately, I was wrong about everything.

I haven’t been fired for decades now. I do exhilarating work every day. And my marriage is amazing.

On today’s episode of The Empowered Wife Podcast we’re talking about finding your purpose while fixing your relationship:

  • I’ll share 3 steps to accessing the portal to living your passion.
  • My guest Karen’s husband had an affair and lied about it. When he finally admitted it–after Karen found out herself–she begged him to go to marriage counseling, but he refused. He said he would get divorced before he would ever go to counseling. But Karen wasn’t giving up! She found a way to fix her marriage without her husband’s participation. She’s going to share exactly what she did to make her home happy again.
  • The Worst Relationship Advice of the Week comes from a therapist who promotes total disrespect of your husband.

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