Why you should buy this book
You’re Right, I’m Wrong
because healthy, loving partnerships don’t happen by accident
Are you clueless about making your partner happy or wonder what they’re thinking? Have no idea why they get so mad over those little things, to the point that you think, there’s no way I’ll ever make you happy… so why even try?
Here’s a quick test: You pissed your partner off, and they go into the bedroom and lock the door. What should you do?
A. Leave them alone to cool off or
B. Knock on the door and apologize
The answer is B. Knock on the door and apologize. But you weren’t wrong! Why are you apologizing when you’re sure you’re right! The answer’s easy: you’re apologizing for not being on the same page with your partner. If you don’t apologize, you will live in misery in your own house. Apologize so you and your partner can start talking again. Understanding again. And getting on with a happy life and partnership. This book is all about living a fun and happy life.
If you selected A, then get this book
You will discover your four needs for happiness. You will also learn about your partner’s four needs for happiness. You’ll learn about how relationships go bad through four mistakes, four stages your partner will go through, and four lessons you were never taught. And after your eyes are open, you’ll be ready for 16 daily tools to repair four pillars crucial to a healthy relationship.
The advice and insight in this book can help singles approach new relationships in ways that will keep friends happy. Isn’t it time to skip all the silly games that just get in the way? Whether you feel that a current relationship could use improvement or you’re starting fresh, this book was designed to fix your approach to relationships.
What you'll achieve by this book
Let's Get Real
It’s not your partner’s job to make you happy. Happiness is an inside job. You’re a great partner, right? Of course you are. So why do you need this book?
Four Mistakes - Four Solutions
Four Stages of Relationship Decline
Four Skills for a Happy Relationship
Your Needs to Be Happy
Your Partner's Needs to Be Happy
Daily Tools for Relationship Balance
Daily Tools for Relationship Equality
Daily Tools for Relationship Security
Daily Tools for Relationship Trust
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Workbook for you're right i'm wrong
Workbook For Book
This book is all about having a great partnership. It takes a unique approach to your relationship. Part 1 starts by helping you understand how your partnership got so bad. It allows you to step back and connect with similarities in your partnership. The goal is to help you understand how you have unknowingly created problems so you can get on a path to fixing them.
Part 2 helps you to understand why your partnership went bad. This is where you begin to see what caused the disconnections. You’ll begin to see your actions in a new way, shining a light on how they affect your partner. Once you understand the how and why you are halfway to fixing your partnership.
Part 3 is the most important, because it’s about resetting the relationship. It has a step-by-step approach to fixing your partnership and sixteen tools needed to do so. When reading the book, you will understand what needs to be repaired in your partnership and, more important, which tools will fix it.
about the artist
Learn about the artist
Gonzalo Duran is an Angeleno-based artist with an international following. Born in Mexico, he immigrated to the United States as a child and grew up in East L.A. before attending Otis Art Institute and Chouinard Art School. He has been called the Marc Chagall of North and Central America. His brilliant, sometimes stunning color palette complements his boundless imagination. He runs the Mosaic Tile House with his wife, artist Cheri Pann, from their home in Venice, California.
Gonzalo was the perfect artist for this book because he lives what is written in this book. Gonzalo knows that when his partner is happy, so is he. He tells the visual story of the book through his artwork, and his work is a true gift to readers.
A quick test
Emma Hatley appeared on Sky News to discuss some reasons for the firm seeing divorce enquiries rise by 122% from July to October 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. Surveys conducted by Citizens Advice Bureau showed similar trends. Emma noted that the increased pressure of home working and schooling, as well as potential health and financial concerns may have played a role in this.
YOU’RE RIGHT, I’M WRONG IS THE GAME CHANGER!