5 ways to Improve Your Marriage 2

Learn What Works & How To Implement. For Good.

5 Steps To Improve Your Marriage 

By Brandon the Therapist

Don't Wait To Work On Your Relationship

Doing Nothing Rips Your Love Apart

When we lack a vision and determination, our marriages can slowly rip apart. Few ever change because many fail to take the necessary actions.

The Trends Are Against You

While divorce rates are lower than they use to be, first marriages still end at a 41% rate, 60% for second marriages, and 73 for third marriages. 

Endless Fighting Doesn't Work 

Couples keep fighting because they think they will be heard. But nothing is futher from the truth. All fighting does is increase the problems you already have. 

Loneliness Causes Mental Illnesses

Most relationship struggles are due to one or both spouses feeling like their needs are going unmet. This leaves them feeling lonely and isolated.

What This Guide Will Teach You

  • This free guide will give you five ways to improve your marriage. 
  • You will be able to have a clear vision of what areas you need to work on 
  • Have a simple technique to learn how to apply your vision to your marriage 
  • Be given simple steps to help maintain growth.  
  • Each step is easy to understand and immediately applicable.  

What Other's Are Saying

"You have really helped us, I hope you know that. I honestly think you have helped save our marriage that seemed unsalvagable at some points. I think we have set some healthy boundaries and goals for the relationship and we both hope to move forward, which was not always the case in the near past."

Wife (Former Client)

About Brandon the Therapist

There is one thing you need to know about Brandon. His passionate about saving as many marriages as he possibly can. This is why he teamed up with his father, Dr. Bing Wall, to start Rise Above The Mundane. Together they seek to help couples to build trust and accountability, learn effective communication and problem-solving skills, and foster lasting warmth and intimacy, which every spouse desires in their marriage.  

Brandon is a trained Marriage therapist with thousands of clinical hours, and he has spent the last 15 years studying philosophy, theology, and psychology to understand how to help couples connect deeply. He has been married for 15 years and has 5 children. So he knows a thing or two about what works and what doesn't work!