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Margot Brown's book, "Kickstart Your Relationship NOW!"
helps readers address these questions:

Kickstart Your Relationship Now 

Not every relationship challenge requires a trip to the therapists' office. In fact, most simply require that you take responsibility for your part so you can resolve the conflict. That's why I wrote this book, to teach you how to fix your relationship by becoming aware of the pitfalls you face with your partner. By learning to spot these relationship issues, you can learn how to resolve them before you actually need a therapist.

Kickstart Your Relationship Now! is for you if you identify with any of the following:

    • Do you play games with your partner or feel that he or she plays them with you?
    • Does it feel like every time you argue it is just one big blame session?
    • Has it been years since you talked to each other in a real way? A way that felt honest and considerate.
    • Did one of you have an affair?
    • Are you aware of the roles that secrets, sex, and money play in your marriage and how to manage these sensitive topics?

As a straight forward couple’s therapist, I wrote this self-help book for YOU! So you can grow beyond the petty differences and arguments that interrupt your marriage and distract you from loving your partner. See a couple's counselor if you need to, but if you are a DIY (do-it-yourself) kind of person, this book will teach you the relationship fundamentals required to create a marriage that lasts forever.

My latest book, “Kickstart Your Relationship Now! Move On or Move Out!” is waiting for you.

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If you are the SPEAKER

The SENDER of a message is responsible for sharing a clear message by:

  • Focus on only ONE issue at a time.
  • Describe what you want.
  • Express both your Feelings and Thoughts.
  • Avoid blaming and name-calling (you’re stupid, that’s ridiculous!).
  • Identify your own inner truth (take a risk to speak up).


Now, the RECEIVER is responsible for:

  • Listen carefully (no interruptions; let Sender complete their thought).
  • Clarify things (ask question if you do not understand).
  • Mirror or reflect back to the Sender.
  • Acknowledge what you hear (does not mean agreement)
  • Do not over-react emotionally.