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Stop “Fighting” to Get Along // For Individuals & Couples

A Marriage-Saving Crash Course

Stop fighting to get alongIf your marriage is struggling, you need help that builds it up, not tears it down. Debra Macleod’s world-recognized, innovative on-demand audio/video crash course can prompt a positive change today. And you don’t have to see a marriage counselor or read a self-help book! Just press “play” on any device, then listen and learn.

Does your marriage ever feel like a battle zone? Maybe there are open hostilities or maybe it’s more of a cold war situation. Maybe you’re sick of walking on eggshells, having the same argument all the time or just not communicating. (Scroll down for audio.)

Maybe there are personality traits that you need to address, from defensiveness and short fuses to negativity and a streak of narcissism (among other things), that are preventing you from seeing each other at your best instead of your worst. Maybe intimacy – satisfying, enjoyable intimacy – is fading. After all, if things are frosty outside the bedroom, they’re going to cool off inside it, too.

This game-changing online program is a refreshingly plainspoken resource that can transform you from an embattled, embittered spouse to a mini-expert in positive marriage dynamics. No psychobabble, no pandering “hearts and roses” stuff, no tediously overused communication tips. Just eye-opening insights and usable, straightforward strategies.

Stop “Fighting” to Get Along can help you tear down the entrenched behaviors that have been sucking the life and love out of your marriage, and rebuild your marriage on the foundation of a romantic friendship. An easy, loving friendship. One filled with affection, comfort and happy stability for you, your spouse and your family.

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You can listen to this online program on your own or as a couple. I designed it to appeal to even the most defensive of people – its content and convenient, non-confrontational delivery can help challenging personality types remain open-minded and willing to look at themselves. In fact, this may be the only way some people can be reached. But even if your partner won’t participate, take heart. You have the power to create huge changes on your own and this crash course can show you how.

We went through counselling, coaching, therapy and a really, really creepy couples retreat. That’s how desperate we were to stop fighting and just feel a glimmer of love or hope again. I cried at the end of this program. Not because it was bad but because it left me thinking, “I am not going to let one more day go by fighting with this person that I love more than anything.” You were the ONLY person that showed me how to do that instead of just throwing irrelevant theories or vapid love quotes at me. – Kristen, Canberra, AUS

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AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE.  $180.00 USD.  This streamlined on-demand course is valued at over $6000.00 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.

Includes over six intensive hours of audio learning (and/or audio learning with calming video) and a variety of additional material. Click for more info.

How Is This Course Unique?  Why Should I Choose It?

This course is unique in its blend of essential knowledge and proactive application. That is, I give you a good understanding of your challenges while encouraging you to apply that knowledge – all those insights, ideas, skills and strategies – to your specific situation. This is similar to the process I follow during phone or office sessions; however, this course works faster because its comprehensive yet concise content is delivered uninterrupted and at your convenience. That’s why it can so quickly and so effectively improve a marriage.

There are other resources out there that claim to improve communication, interactions and intimacy in marriage; however, unlike other practitioners, I do not talk “around” issues or fall back on general theory to avoid offering real help.  Rather, I tackle issues head on and I provide precise, practical suggestions.  Thanks to my training / experience with higher-conflict marriage issues, I am qualified to do so. I specialize in communication, interpersonal dynamics and conflict resolution within marriage, and I can teach you how to manage your marriage problems like a pro.

Unfortunately, most counselors and relationship coaches have little or no real world training or experience working with couples, and most are unable to manage emotional or intense situations while still balancing the needs and perspectives of two people.  And if they can’t do it themselves, there’s no way they can teach you to do it.  Yet to have a marriage that thrives, that balancing act must be done – and I can show you how to master it.

I could weep when I think of how many years we WASTED fighting about bullshit nothingness. This hit every single nail on its head. Bang. Bang. Bang. It made absolute and total sense from the first word to the last word. I really love the way you simplified what I’m sure are some very complicated strategies and showed us how to just slip them right into the marriage, like they’d always been there. Just beautiful. – Carter, Portsmith, UK

Deb, we each put in an earbud and listened to the course in one day. Every time we thought, “Maybe we should turn it off now,” you’d say something else that hit home and we couldn’t stop listening. We hung on every word. It was EXACTLY what we needed to hear (although not always easy to hear). It saved our ten-year marriage, it saved our family and it saved our sanity. – Mikel, Los Osos, CA

You delivered some really ugly messages with equal parts cold truth and warmth. You took the gloves off but I knew you were fighting for us the whole time. – Arpita, London, ON

And all this time I thought my husband was the ass and the person doing everything wrong. Imagine my surprise to learn that I was just as bad! Thanks for the wake-up call, Deb, and for showing me how to dig my marriage out of the hole we’d thrown it into. XOXO – Michelle, Chicago, IL

You should be sitting on a mountain top somewhere wearing a robe and handing out this info on a golden platter. But I suppose a streaming mp3 will do. – Ryan, Santa Fe, NM