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The 3 Stages Of Every Relationship

The 3 Stages Of Every Relationship


There’s a universal truth that you might want to know about relationships.

Even if you started out so much in love as if angels guided the two of you to meet and filled each of your days with warmth, passion, and happiness…

Even if the attraction level between the two of you is through the roof…

The “Honeymoon Phase” often comes to an end and couples don’t know what to do.

It doesn’t mean your relationship will fall apart. It only means the initial high you once felt will either slowly fade into the background or will mature into true, lasting, passionate love.

If your relationship matures into a deep, lasting love, I commend you. Almost 50% of marriages end up in divorce so you’re doing wonderfully.

However, if things are starting to die down, you might want to bring back the spark that once brought the flame of passion into your life.


My friend, relationship coach Brad Browning, says there are 3 stages to every relationship.

  1. Blissful
  2. Challenged
  3. Emotionally Withdrawn

“Blissful” is when you’re still feeling that initial electric high. Butterflies in your stomachs every day. You kiss each other goodnight. Each touch turns into intimate moments. And the lovemaking is unreal.

“Challenged” is when things start getting tough. You’re no longer as intimate as you were before. Fights occur every so often. Each one of you starts to focus on your own needs instead of each other’s. Yet, in this stage, both of you still love each other and want to get things back to the way they were.

“Emotionally Withdrawn” is when one or both of you have given up. Arguments and fights happen often. Cheating may or may not have already happened. And divorce is being considered.

Naturally, you want to mend your marriage when it’s still in its “Challenged” phase. However, Brad says that even if you’re already in the worst phase in a relationship, you can still fix things and get everything back to how it was.

Things will no longer be unsaid and undone, but healing can still happen.

That’s where Brad’s program, Mend The Marriage, will play an important role.

If you feel that you’re in the 2nd or 3rd stage of a dying relationship, you’ll want to start working with this ASAP.

And according to Brad, his methods work even if you’re the ONLY one in the relationship who’s trying to fix it.

You won’t have to rely on your partner being “willing” to cooperate. You’re plugging the leaks in your sinking boat behind the scenes.

And when you’ve put everything in his program in place, your partner will realize that they STILL do love you, and they want to make things work again.

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Tim and Susan Bratton


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