HOW NOT TO HATE YOUR HUSBAND
7 Ways to Shift the Dynamic of Your Relationship for the Better
- Are you sick of feeling upset that you’re doing the lion’s share of work around the house?
- Are you silently seething at your husband, but don’t know how to shift out feeling frustrated and stuck?
- Do you constantly feel wiped out by the long list of daily duties you’ve got to tend to?
- Have been telling yourself that there’s nothing you can do to change certain aspects of your relationship – that you just have to suck it up? After all, things could be a lot worse.
Well guess what. Things could be a heck of a lot better – and it doesn’t take extensive negotiations, threats, or a household staff to make it happen.
There was a time in my life when I hated my husband on a daily basis—when I would walk out from the kids’ bedrooms after putting them to sleep, see my husband kicking it on the couch and the dishes in a state of semi-done-ness, and feel white hot rage. I tried complaining to my girlfriends, I tried picking fights, I tried shaking my fist at the sky at how unfair it is that women so often do more work around the house. But here’s the thing: When you change the way you think and act, the friction and the frustration melt away. And then you have tons more time and energy available for more important things.
I’ve experienced a 180-degree turnaround in my relationship and my attitude toward the division of household labor in my own life, and seen it happen in my clients’ lives. And I want to help you do it too.
If you’re ready to stop hating the man you love ☺, sign up to gain access to my very popular online master class on this very subject, and get:
- A new understanding of how your thoughts shape your reality – and how to create change in your thinking AND your experience
- 3 ways to shift your mindset when something your partner is doing is driving you crazy
- 5 strategies for re-establishing the connection between your partner and losing the nagging and the resentment
Everyone who listens to the class will leave with a whole new set of tools to shift even your most stuck relationships.
To sign up for the master class, enter your information below. You’ll receive an email shortly thereafter with a link to get started. You can watch right away or wait until you have more time–the link doesn’t expire.
For those of you who aren’t already on my email list, by signing up for the class, you are also signing up to receive my weekly(ish) newsletter. You may unsubscribe at any time, although I hope you’ll find it a highlight of your email week!
Kate Hanley is a book author, New York Times-bestselling ghostwriter, and personal development coach. Her books include How to Be a Better Person, Stress Less, A Year of Daily Calm, and The Anywhere, Anytime Chill Guide.
In addition to working one-on-one with coaching and writing clients, Kate teaches and speaks about being a better person, getting more done while taking less of a toll, and finding work-life balance at companies and events both large and small, including HP, EMC and the Bryant University Women’s Summit. Her articles have been published in dozens of national publications, including Real Simple, Parents, Yoga Journal, and Martha Stewart’s Whole Living, and she’s been featured in the Harvard Business Review blog, the New York Times, and Fortune.com.
Kate lives in Providence, R.I. with her husband, two kids, and a rescue dog named Cookie.