Year End Blessings
As we close this year, I wanted to extend my gratitude to visitors and members alike. By visiting my site, you have allowed me to help you and others save their relationships, but also save themselves. Some have been with me for many months, but there are also a lot of new faces. In fact, over 70% of RelationshipTeacher.com members are Female. This speaks to the propensity for women to be the ones to identify and instigate change in their relationships, but it also means that my message is resonating well across the gender gap.
What visitors and members must know, is that the current pace of output is not going to stop anytime soon. Indeed, we have launched the Youtube channel, two eBooks, and the white paper, along with countless articles, just this year alone. The more words I express, the more I find there being a need to expound upon. Additionally, my research will never stop.
My request is that you never stop trying to better yourself and your relationships. I know how hard it is at times. We can take the best advice, along with the best plan, and still encounter resistance. Luckily, this is all part of our preparation. The limit to our happiness and success does lie within our own reach. We may not all have a Ferrari, but we all have the same ability to enjoy our 4, 6, or 8 cylinders that we do have. Humans have incredible abilities to accept and cope with incredibly hard situations. With a solid understanding of life, and the people in it, we can apply the objectively best approach, in the hope that life reciprocates. This comes with no guarantees, but it grants us the best chances, and it comes with acceptance, and happiness, should things take a different course.
The work never stops on my end, as I am vividly aware of the challenges that some members and visitors encounter(ed). As the new year arrives, let us all recommit to the same goals of relationship betterment. Keep being vocal. But, let me close by thanking those of you that are spreading my message. The referrals greatly assist disseminating relationship-saving advice to those in need.
Anthony John Bartlett