268: When to Fight for a Relationship (Part 3)

 

When to Fight for a Relationship (Part 3) with Relationship Coach ChantéIn this episode, Jay concludes his discussion with Relationship Coach Chanté by addressing the question: When should you fight for a relationship?

 

 

 

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Episode Title: When to Fight for a Relationship (Part 3)

 

Guest: Relationship Coach Chanté Follow Her on Twitter

 

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Quotable:

  • “A lack of knowledge is one of the quickest ways to ruin a relationship, especially a marriage.” – Jay Mayo

 

Question We Address and Answer:

  • When should you fight for a relationship?

 

Key Lessons and Takeaways:

  • The danger of being unwilling to learn the right things about relationships.
  • Why the character of a person is extremely important.
  • Reasons to avoid seeking advice from people who are jaded.

 

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2 Comments
  • Autumn
    December 28, 2015

    Coach Chante! This was great! You asked us to ask all the right questions and put it so plainly and simply. Thanks so much!

    P.S. Why won’t people seek help from relationships? Because we think it’s supposed to be easy. You know how being a mother or nursing a baby is ‘easy’. The way working 30 years in the same job you don’t like to put food on the table is ‘easy’. The way being strong for a man or being beautiful for a woman is always effortless. It’s almost like by asking for help, you’re already admitting failure. But everyone needs help. There is this thing called humility which is very important. Thanks so much for helping people see that.

    • Jay
      December 29, 2015

      She was bringing it, right?!!!!

      Thank you for listening Autumn. I’m so glad you enjoyed the discussion!

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