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This is the relationship help you’ve been looking for

August 21, 2020

I know what it feels like to stare into the mirror and think to myself, “How did I get here? I thought right now would be different. I thought my relationships would be less complicated. I thought I’d feel more certain and secure. What do I do?”

I vowed to myself, if I ever found my way out of the tunnel of relationship chaos and dysfunction, I would help others.

I so wish we could get together so I could share some things with you… maybe one day. But for now, I recorded some videos with my counselor called: You, Me, & We — stop dancing with dysfunction in your relationships.

When you purchase access to the videos, you’ll receive these four teachings that can be watched on demand until September 30, 2020:

  • How to Have Better Conversations
  • Signs of Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships
  • Healing from Betrayals Big and Small
  • Learning to Speak Life into Relationships

I’m praying that having access to great counseling wisdom from Jim and honest thoughts from me about my journey, will be an answer to some of your prayers.

Click below for more information. 

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You aren’t alone. And you will make it through this.

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