You wake up and make coffee. You cook breakfast.

Then it’s waking the kids, changing the baby, packing lunches, and getting everyone out of the door with their teeth brushed and bookbags on and, maybe even matching socks.

Then it’s off to the grocery store. Home to wash laundry. Get some work done. Jump on a conference call. Clean the house. Prep dinner. You pick up the kids. Run to soccer practice. Dance class. Piano lessons. Back home to eat. Do homework. Start baths.

By the time the day is done and the house is quiet, it seems all you’ve done all day is work.

But what if I told you there was a way you could get your partner to take some of that work away just by asking him?

What if told you that I could teach you how to communicate with your partner in a way that when you ask them for something, they do it?

Would you think it was worth the work?

In today’s video I discuss how learning to effectively communicate with your partner allows you to take a leadership role in your relationship, giving you the opportunity to ask for what you need and receive it. And that this little bit of work (and your marriage) is definitely WORTH THE EFFORT!

When I learned how to ask my husband for what I needed, it changed our relationship for the better. It reduced my workload at home. It lowered my stress level. It gave me free time. And it eliminated the resentment I was holding on to and gave me the space I needed to find and reconnect with myself as a woman.

Most importantly, it’s allowed me to take ownership of my wants and desires and to take a leadership role in my relationship. It’s allowed us both to put 100% into each other. It’s taught me to ask my husband to give me what I need and it’s allowed him to bestow those things upon me.

And it can do the same thing for you. (Even if you initially read this and think – why do I have to learn a new way to communicate in order to get HIM to do help me more?)

In today’s video, you’ll learn:

  • How comments on a Facebook ad lead to a passionate rant about work, relationships, and communication
  • Why your marriage is worth the work and how taking ownership of your wants and needs supports your relationship
  • Why your husband doesn’t think to help out around the house or with the kids and what you can do about it (we’ve come a long way, baby, but still have a long way to go!)
  • How to ensure your own son learns to partake in household chores and work

Listen, I’m not over here trying to give you MORE work to do. No, I’m trying to empower and inspire you to learn how to communicate your needs to your partner and ask for what you want so you become not only satisfied as a mother, but as a wife and a woman.

And that when you do that, you’ll realize that it wasn’t really work after all… It was LOVE. And it’s that kind of love that makes relationships happy and healthy.

After you watch today’s video, tell me in the comments how changing the communication has changed your relationship. I can’t wait to hear about your experience!

Good luck! And lots of love!

Xoxo

Dana

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