A Marriage-Saving Crash Course
Debra Macleod’s world-recognized course can help you motivate your spouse to end an inappropriate friendship. If you fear you’re losing your spouse’s exclusive affection, you don’t have weeks or months to spare. This skilled and trusted on-demand audio/video course can help now.
Are you worried that your partner is having an inappropriate friendship with another woman or man? Maybe it’s a new co-worker at the office or an old flame on social media. It could be anyone.
Regardless of who it is, those red flags are waving. Your partner is telling you they’re “just friends,” but their secretive behavior and the way they seem to protect this friendship, even prioritize it over the marriage, has left you in a state of worry, fear, hurt and frustration. You know something isn’t right. Perhaps your partner is locking or guarding their phone – it’s never more than an arm’s length away, and they get defensive if you ask to see it. Or perhaps it’s gone beyond that. Perhaps you’ve seen the intimate things they’ve been saying or sending to each other – declarations of affection or desire, private revelations, or even explicit pictures.
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When I listened to the course, it was already to the point where I felt like they were married to each other and I was the annoying outsider who couldn’t take the hint to leave them alone. Talk about degrading. Worst part was, my wife knew exactly what she was doing to me. She was doing such a damn good job, though, that it took this course (hard to listen to at times, Deb, but so necessary) to make me clue in. Thank you for that and for giving such clear instruction. It’s one thing to know it’s happening and another to know what to actually do about it – you did it all. – Terry, Lakeville, IN
You feel angry, sad, betrayed and second-place to this other person; however, every time you express yourself, your spouse finds a way to shut you down. They downplay the friendship or say you’re overreacting, insecure, jealous or controlling. Or they accuse you of not wanting them to have any friends. Or they get angry or give you the silent treatment. Regardless, you’ve had enough. You know something is wrong. You’re tired of biting your tongue or trying to explain – always to no avail – why the friendship is wrong. You’re tried of feeling less important than this other person and having to suppress your own fears and feelings.
When You’ve Had Enough of the Threesome…
Enough is enough. It’s time to take back your first-place standing in your own marriage. But you have to do it correctly – you can’t complain, threaten or issue an ultimatum. You can’t drag your partner kicking from the friendship. Your partner has to want to reject this person and re-embrace you with renewed passion and devotion. And the sooner you can motivate them to do that, the better – because the last thing you want is for this friendship to transition into a “love triangle” affair between your spouse, their friend and you. If it gets to that point, you’re in for a whole new level of pain and drama, and divorce becomes a real possibility.
Yes, you can reclaim your partner and enjoy a more loving, stable marriage – the kind that insulates you from pain instead of inflicting pain. That’s the goal of this audio/video online course. In it, you’ll learn to tackle this problem in a realistic, proactive and comprehensive way. You’ll learn to assess the friendship and your situation, and then formulate a step-by-step plan that encourages your spouse to end the friendship. You’ll learn how to decode your partner’s resistance and difficult words or behaviors. And then you’ll learn how to strengthen the foundation of your marriage so this never happens again.
I read one of your anti-opposite-sex friendship blogs a couple years ago and thought you were crazy. Yeah. Then I saw the picture my husband’s “work out buddy” sent him. Her toned tummy and, yep, everything south of there too. All the predictable stuff followed. The downplaying, saying I was overreacting, and then eventually admitting that he found her “amazing” and was just so drawn to her. Ugh. I am indebted to you for saving my marriage and my self-respect. Your course was equal parts inspiring and instructional. With a good kick in the ass for good measure. – Kay, Miami, FL
To me, the course was like being sprung from jail. You broke me out of my victim role. – Adrian, NYC
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Available Worldwide. $160.00 (USD). Limited-time special: $100.00 (USD). This streamlined on-demand course is valued at over $4800.00 in private sessions with Debra Macleod. It can be accessed from most devices: cell phones, computers, tablets, etc. Listen “on the go” or watch, listen and learn at home.
How Is This Course Unique? Why Should I Choose It?
My course is unique – and effective – for a few reasons. First, it is issue-specific and direct. I provide clear insight and precise, step-by-step strategies to help you overcome the particular problem you’re facing – your spouse’s opposite-sex friendship. I have found that this “bull’s eye” approach works better and faster than trying to implement general relationship ideas or theories. Being advised to “build trust” doesn’t help you when your spouses disappears into the next room to text their “friend” back. You can expect more from me.
In the same way, my approach falls on the assertive side rather than the “be nice and wait it out” side. That kind of advice is easy to dish out – that’s why so many practitioners do it – but it won’t help you take charge of your life. Plus, it wastes precious time. If your marriage is struggling, you don’t have the luxury of time. Every moment matters. You’ll also find that many of my strategies are counter-intuitive. That’s good. You may need to do the unexpected.
Finally, keep in mind that many if not most counselors and coaches are not trained to work with couples and are therefore unable to predict and impartially balance the needs, perspectives or interests of two emotional people; however, I have extensive “in the trenches” experience working with people in your situation and successfully resolving this kind of conflict. My background in mediation equips me to balance the competing needs and perspectives of both you and your spouse for the overall good of your marriage. You’ll get the full benefit of that background in this course. Yes, the immediate goal is to end the friendship. But the overarching goal is to build a stronger partnership that is never again threatened by these kinds of “friends.”
Were they in love with each other? I’m not sure. If they weren’t, it was getting there. She was almost obsessed with him. She couldn’t go more than ten minutes without checking her phone, and if I said anything – look out. The fight was on and it was always my fault. I feel like I caught it just in time. The most surprising thing to me has been how ending that friendship has given us a new beginning as a couple. There’s a more mature and united feeling to “us” now. – Josh, Leicester, England
I spent a year of my life second-guessing myself and feeling my stomach sink every time my husband leapt from his chair to text her back. That whole year I was either on the verge of tears, panic or rage. Your course gave me the knowledge and the fearless attitude I needed to break free of that. I never would’ve thought so (especially in the thick of it) but he dropped her fast once he knew he couldn’t have it both ways. It actually made our marriage better. There’s no doubt he values me more now. – Hina, Canberra, AUS