This is the golden question, isn’t it? Yes, people can change. The problem is, many choose not to. Especially when life is working for them just fine as it is.The question isn’t “can he change?” The question is, will you?Oh no. I’m not telling you you need to change for him, for your church, or for anyone else. I’m not telling you you need to be better in bed, a better housekeeper, or better at placating him and making him happy.His happiness (and his change) is entirely up to him. He’s a big boy. (If you can Google answers, so can he!)But your well-being? That’s up to you. And I’m guessing you’re here because you’re not feeling well emotionally, spiritually, or even physically.Maybe you don’t even know who you are anymore.Would you like to change that? Because that’s the real change you need. And if that’s the change you’re looking for, then you’ve come to the right place.It’s not your job to change your husband. It’s your job to seek your own personal transformation. Let’s go!
by Natalie Hoffman
Flying Free Sisterhood
An online coaching, education, and support community for women of faith in destructive relationships.
Every couple faces challenges and you knew marriage would take hard work, but you thought you’d be in it together. Instead…
- You hate to even bring up problems with your husband because you fear how he’ll respond. So you wind up tangled in a never-ending internal battle and always seem to walk away carrying the blame.
- He hates the things you enjoy, and you’re drowning in loneliness even though you have other friends. (Other people seem to like you…why doesn’t HE?)
- You hate to admit it, but you feel the most peaceful when he’s not even around.
Inside the Sisterhood
Bite-size weekly lessons along wtih mini-journal assignments focused on helping you get rid of toxic core beliefs, replacing them with truth that will strenthen you so you can go from crawling to flying. One easy step at a time.