Hello I'm Joe.

I hope it's not too late to help you discover the mysterious truth about relationships.

You see I'm sure you will agree that even our earliest relationships are sometimes filled with misunderstandings and painful periods that can bring you to your knees.

Crikey even the longest marriages sometimes have a hidden issue running through that often rises and causes a big row - and sometimes no-one can tell you what the problem is, or what caused the row in the first place. A complete mystery.

What's the deal with coming home and being given the silent treatment or having things thrown at you from across the room - you didn't sign up for this! and the worst is that you have...

NO IDEA what it is that you've done.

This dear reader is exactly what happened to ME - I came home from work one day and my wife didn't even say hello, she'd been a bit quiet for a few days so I didn't think much of it, but after a half hour of the silent treatment she let me have it - boy did she let it rip - apparently on that particular day I was some flavour of 'Scumbag Shitweasel' I think she said, along with a few other words I won't repeat here, trouble was, on that particular day I was in no mood to take it lying down and it all turned into a massive row. Are you following where this is going?

all I know is that I'm so grateful my kids weren't there to see it.

To this day I do not know if she left them at her Mother's deliberately or not.

Anyway, pretty quickly the whole place looked like a bomb had hit it, furniture wrecked, tv smashed, etc I'm ashamed to say that we pretty much lost it.

and it didn't take long for the cops to show up either.

That was it, game over, they said that usually I would have to spend the night in jail to cool off but since my wife would not press any charges and I had somewhere to go, then, so long as I didn't give any trouble I was free - for now - and...

the most annoying thing was that I hadn't really DONE anything!

well, except for trash our house. The short version is that effectively she had kicked me out, that was it - marriage over - and I ended up on my Brother's couch.

After several weeks of that, it didn't look like she was going to let me back and I was really missing my kids, I became a little bit depressed if I'm honest. Then a friend at work suggested I check out a course he'd found online that helped ´╗┐couples to sort out their problems´╗┐ and make up.

I ate the whole thing up and after reading it all I realized that I had a lot of work to do.

But what I learned made SO MUCH SENSE and showed me that I'd been looking at things wrong my whole life.

For instance....

  •  I learned the hidden differences between men and women in relationships.
  • How to prevent the "Sorry I'm Late" Row from ever happening.
  • How to Start over using the "Wipe the Slate Clean" method.
  • How to write letters and texts that actually get read and responded to.

It took me a little while to work my way through all of the information - I really wanted to believe that it could work for me - for us.

And when I was ready, I used everything that I had learned to get back in touch with her.

Boy oh Boy I can't tell you how overjoyed I was when she agreed to have dinner with me. Because I knew then that the sincere apology I had worked out using the techniques from the course would have more than a fair chance of opening things up for us again.

And that's pretty much what happened, I am using the stuff from the course and learning about what really makes a relationship tick and my wife has read through the whole thing too, (apparently works for ladies too) so we're both more appreciative of each other and understand what makes a relationship work better.

It has worked so well that we are re-making our marriage vows and having a second Honeymoon in Hawaii. Lucky Us :-)

I hope my little story has shown you that it IS possible to re-connect with that special someone in your life wether you are still together or have sadly drifted apart.

But wherever you are I wish you All the very best for your future relationships and happiness.

Joe Selick

P.S There is always hope; you have a chance now to set things right.

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