POWERFUL JOURNAL PROMPTS TO DECIDE WHETHER TO STAY TOGETHER OR CALL IT QUITS

You are trying to make one of the biggest decisions of your life. You need to decide whether your relationship is bad enough to leave. It feels impossible to make the right choice. It impacts so many parts of your life. This decision will effect many other people.

How can you a good choice? You know what it will be like if you stay. But what will it be like if you leave? This workbook provides guidance for thinking through the decision.

Where you are--

  • You feel at the end of your rope. 
  • You have tried repeatedly to make changes in the relationship but things just stay the same.
  • You worry about how this will affect you and your kids.  Staying or leaving the relationship both look like bad ideas.
  • You've been debating what to do for a long time.  And you're driving yourself crazy going round and round the same thoughts again and again.
  • You want to know that you did everything that you could to be fair to everyone.

You aren't the first person to debate this decision. Get powerful insight as you work through the question:
"Should I stay or should I go?"

  • Evaluate your priorities and values so you focus on the right things.
  • Look at how the relationship is working now.
  • Explore if change is really possible in this relationship.
  • Think through what your life will be later if you leave now.
  • ...and so much more!

Hi, I'm Cheri!

I’m a couples relationship coach who helps people thrive in their long-term relationship. They are concerned that there is too much arguing, too many unresolved issues, and too little connection and joy in their relationship. They long for a close, harmonious, and intimate relationship. I teach them to fix the parts that aren't working well so they can enjoy the love they have for one another.

Testimonials

"When I had a chance to read over Cheri's workbook, I could hardly wait for it to be live so I could direct a couple of my clients to it who have been struggling with this exact issue, whether to stay in their relationship or end it.  It is clear that Cheri is an expert in her field and is passionate about the work she does."

Shannon W.