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Love and Marriage: A New Perspective of Uniting Body, Soul and Spirit

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Huffingtonpost.com published an article, Why Women Stay in Bad Marriages. They cited few people "want" to get divorced. It can be incredibly difficult and painful. As a results, an extraordinary amount of women (and men), remain in marriages that are unhealthy and even border on dysfunctional.

Most people want the ideal relationship and partnership that they had once dreamt of. Due to these beliefs and perceptions, they’ve developed certain default tendencies that either support their relationship or hurt it causing them to perceive their marriages as either 'good' or 'bad'.

Typically the couples that Debrah works with are frustrated that their partner doesn’t truly listen to or understand them; that they argue too often over silly or simple things.  They are looking to regain that spark that they once had, to rebuild their trust and faith in one another, and to create loving, enjoyable, effortless partnership.

In this podcast, Debrah will invite listeners to think about reasons why people get marriage, stay in 'bad' marriages, is marriage right for you and how you can discover for yourself a new perspective about marriage.

Debrah Mathis, is a professionally trained business and life coach, aspiring world class leader and marketplace influencer in spiritual leadership and life potential and energy leadership expert.

She works with women who are leaders in their careers and families how to understand their thoughts, feelings and actions around relationships, money, and work by developing their core leadership competencies that helps them find their own unique solutions in a way that is highly effective yet fun, thought-provoking, and authentic. Furthermore, being a qualified relationship management strategist also allows Debrah to work with life partners and executive spouses to help them adapt to their transitional "road warrior" lifestyle. 

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