Tip for Success in Love, Marriage, and Life: Empathy

Tip for Success in Love, Marriage, and Life: 

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What About You?

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How About You?

What is it like for you when your mate doesn’t show empathy for you when you share your feelings and your experience?

How difficult is it for you to be empathetic with your spouse or mate when they frustrate you?

On a scale of 1-10, how satisfied are you with how empathy is expressed in your relationship?

What happens when you talk about it?

What will your relationship look like and feel like if there was more empathy expressed in your relationship?

On a scale of 1 – 10, 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, how satisfied are you with how the both of you work through hurtful situations between you?

“Know that you need to have empathy in your relationship and empathy goes both ways.

Esther was thrilled when Earl began to become more empathetic with her.  She was also dismayed that she had such a tough time being empathetic with him.

That is the reason why I am offering “Apply the Pillars” calls to provide an opportunity for couples to move past just understanding the pillars of a healthy relationship to living them.

Each pillar by itself will improve the quality of your relationship and when they work together, they multiply their effect.

If you are ready to discover the first step to move toward bridging the gap from where you are to where you want to be in your relationship.

And, if you want to enjoy more quality, depth, connection, and fun in your relationship then scheduling a complimentary call are designed for you.

Registration is easy.  Fill out the questionnaire at this link : 


I will be in touch with you when I receive the questionnaire to schedule a time for our conversation:  just the two of you and me.



Melva Johnson