Internationally best-selling author and relationship expert Arielle Ford offers the keys to rediscovering love, passion, respect, and renewed commitment years after the simple act of falling in love and getting married.
It's one thing to fall in love and get married. It is quite another thing to have a marriage you love. This is the true purpose of Turn Your Mate into Your Soulmate.
Arielle Ford, author of the international best seller The Soulmate Secret, unlocks the wisdom learned in her own marriage along with expertise gleaned from friends and experts, such as Harville Hendrix, John Gray, Dr. Helen Fisher, Neale Donald Walsch, and Marianne Williamson. She helps listeners find a happy middle ground between the rare, precious, and unattainable romantic notion of love and the reality that happens when restlessness, anger, or disappointment set in and act as stubborn barriers to happiness and fulfillment.
Turn Your Mate into Your Soulmate explores and reveals:
What love really is and is not and how to infuse your life with richer, fulfilling love.
Why we yearn to be connected to another person.
Our soul and our sacred contracts around love.
Why giving up perfectionism is the key to happiness.
The purpose and benefits of marriage.
Components of a healthy relationship.
Moving beyond ourselves to infuse our relationships with God/spirit/devotion.
Breathing new life into old love by kick-starting the fun.
Why changing partners may not be the answer and why reenvisioning the partner you have can be the path to happiness.
Arielle lays the groundwork for the purpose and work needed for a healthy relationship, proving that marriage is not as simple as happily ever after - but that real love can be even better.
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Just what I needed!
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SO Hard To Listen To!
The narrator's voice is so harsh and cynical, it was a challenge not to turn this off immediately!
I would like to understand the content, but find the sound of Karen White's voice is so off-putting. It detracts and distracts from the content. And I found myself having to imagine Arielle reading it, trying to grasp what she was really trying to say.
I don't know if I'll finish listening. I'm certainly not compelled, though I have enjoyed Arielle's other writing in the past . . .