When a person feels that their spouse is drawing away from them - or worse still has told them they want to end their marriage - what happens is....

That person usually takes on one of two behaviour types.

Type A and Type B.

Type A:

  • tries to change their spouse's mind about leaving
  • gets upset when their spouse says they are not happy in the marriage
  • wants to talk about the problems in the marriage and find a solution to fix them
  • tries to get them to counselling with them
  • judges and blames their spouse for making them feel upset
  • promises to change their behaviour to please their spouse
  • always looks for signs that their spouse might be feeling better about them
  • feels anxious, worried and depressed
  • tells their spouse things like "I am committed to our marriage" or "I will fight for our marriage" - which shows they haven't listened to (or respected) what their spouse has said they want
  • acts miserable a lot of the time

Type B:

  • listens intently to what their spouse tells them about why they are unhappy
  • makes changes to themself in a thoughtful and genuine way
  • doesn't try to change their spouse's mind - respects their feelings and decision
  • doesn't get upset easily
  • is optimistic about the future
  • is fun to be around
  • talks about positive things rather than problems
  • is sad that the marriage might end, but knows that their life will go on

If you're in this situation, which Type are you?

So here's the point (if you haven't figured it out already):

Which of these two Types of person do you think is the more attractive?

Type B, right?

Honestly, do you think a Type A person is attractive? Would you want to be married to someone like that?

Well, your spouse doesn't either!

Unfortunately, 99% of people when they're in this situation, act like a Type A.

Where, to have any hope of healing their marriage, they need to be a Type B.

Because, if you were a Type B person, why would your spouse want to leave you?

They wouldn't, would they?

So the answer is:

If you're facing the end of your marriage (or it's not going well) become a Type B person!

It's as simple as that!

Remember, no matter how adamant your spouse is that your marriage is "over", when you change how they feel about you, they will change their mind.

That is a certainty.

But here's a warning....

You can't fake becoming a Type B person.

If you do, you'll just come across to your spouse as someone who is manipulative and even more desperate. They will sense it.

And it will push them away from you even more.

No, it has to become the real you. You can't fake or pretend.

Now this is actually quite difficult to do.

But I teach a very powerful and effective way to do this in my coaching programs:

I'll show you how to become a Type B person in a few simple steps.

You'll become much more attractive to your spouse.

And when you do, just see how quickly your spouse changes their mind and realises that you are the person they want to be around after all.

Enrol for one (or both) of the programs here:


I look forward to helping you.

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Nathan K., California

When I joined this program I was desperate, the women I loved, my best friend of over 25 years and mother of my 3 children had sparked a flame with an old boyfriend and came home from a trip wanting a divorce. My world crashed and I saw everything I loved walking out the door with her. Joining this program was a hope and a prayer and to be honest I didn't think it would work but I felt I had to try something. Thank goodness I did! It not only changed her decision, but it changed me. I am confident, stronger than ever and have benefitted from realizing what was missing in my life, my marriage and our kids lives. Change was and is hard, and not every idea came with a positive outcome, but the totality of the ideas did give me the outcome I wanted and deserved. I wasn't a believer but I certainly am now.