You love your partner and you can’t wait to see them. But, sometimes, something happens and you get into a fight over small, insignificant things.It gets exhausting and you don’t even remember why you were arguing in the first place. It sounds silly because you love this person. But there will be times when you are not sure what is happening between you two.This is not uncommon.Because of a lack of clear communication, negativity, anxiety, and even jealousy can sneak in without you noticing. Despite being perfect for each other, allowing all these negative emotions compound can ruin your relationship slowly and surely.In Lily Andrew’s new book, “Overcome Anxiety in Relationships”, she reveals how to spot all those negative feelings and turn them around, so that you can evolve your relationship into a loving and nurturing one. One in which both of you are able to support each other and grow together. There are specific patterns that she noticed and perfectly illustrated, so you can spot and eliminate them with ease.Inside this book, you will learn how to:• Thrive in a Nurturing Relationship by growing together as individuals while removing negative patterns, anxiety, and jealousy• Develop Clear Communication about any topic without feeling insecure or judged by the other person for your feelings and emotions• Resolve Past Issues that have occurred regarding money, former partners, and untold secrets that you keep from each otherIf you have already tried solving your issues by yourself and it still didn’t work, or if you already went through a book that simply points out your negative behaviors without providing any real-world solutions, don’t worry. You never had a proper map to show you how to solve it. This book gives you a precise action plan, so that you and your partner can thrive in your relationship for better or for worse.
Anxiety in Relationships: Fear of Abandonment and Insecurity Often Cause Damage Without Therapy: Learn How to Identify and Eliminate Jealousy, Negative Thinking and Overcome Couple Conflicts