If you're facing a problem in your life - perhaps in your marriage or your finances - do you ever find yourself asking:

"Why is this happening to me?"

It's a natural reaction, isn't it?

It was certainly something I asked myself a lot when I was going through a difficult relationship breakup and when I became homeless, penniless, with no income and facing bankruptcy.

But here's the thing....

Asking the question: "Why is this happening to me?" only makes it more difficult to get out of the mess that you are in!

Because a question like this acts like a "switch" in your brain...

And it cuts off all of your problem-solving abilities.

It literally "blocks" you from finding the answer.

This is a scientifically-provable fact.

Next time you're in a problem situation, instead of asking "Why is this happening to me?"

Ask yourself this instead:

"Why is this happening FOR me?"

Try it!

When you do, you will notice a difference in how you feel.

You will find different thoughts coming to you.

Thoughts that will help you deal with the situation - and solve the problem - in a much more effective way.

What is happening when you ask this question instead is that you are changing your brain state. You're changing the way you're using your "brain machinery".

And it is this change that will make all the difference.

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Angela P., Australia

The program has really helped me a lot. ... We are doing so much better. We are laughing like at the beginning. She even told me that she notices things happening like when we first started. This information has helped me tremendously. I know that if I would have found this information sooner, my marriage would be in better shape. I have been recommending you a lot. I think that everyone wanting to get married, should take this course, and then retake it every so often. Sometimes life and situations causes to get us to forget so many things. I like that I feel that I know myself better. I feel with a lot of peace and much much happier as a person. Some days I still struggle a little, trying to hold on to the outcome, and I get a little anxious, then I try to remember and apply what I have learned, and it helps. I don't want to forget all this knowledge. I want to remember, and I want to really make the changes last forever.