Not sure if you should work on your marriage or initiate a divorce?

SHOULD I STAY, OR SHOULD I GO?

Gaining Clarity On The Most Difficult Decision Of Your Life


Are you wondering if you should stay, or if you should go? If so, I'm glad you're here.  

There's nothing more difficult than struggling with a life-changing decision without objective people to talk with. 

We rarely can bring this stuff to friends and family. 

Whether or not to stay or go in your marriage has surely led to sleepless nights and lots of other confusing and draining moments lately. 

It doesn't have to be this way anymore. 

As a licensed couples therapist and relationship coach, I've worked with hundreds of people to help show them a systematic way to make this decision. 


ABOUT QUENTIN HAFNER

Hey there, I'm Quentin.  

I take my job really serious.  

After all, men just like you have entrusted me to help them make one of the hardest decisions of their life.  

And that's not something I take lightly.  

I work as a practicing Marriage Therapist and a Relationship Coach for men where the focus of my practice is on working with guys just like you. 

I've worked with hundreds of men and I know exactly what needs to be considered if you're in the Should I Stay, or Should I Go situation. 

I know you won't make this decision without really thinking about all the possiblities.

I may have some things for you to consider. 

I simply want to share with you what I know.  

HERE'S WHAT WE'LL COVER IN THIS SESSION

  • How to get clarity on this life-changing decision so you can stop flip flopping back and forth, sometimes even multiple times a day.
  • The step-by-step process you’ll need to go through in order to make the right choice for you and your family, and to make it confidently and with peace. 
  • How to get out of the ambivalence and confusion and get ready to take action – one way or the other.  
  • The top-three Relationship Ending Myths that can lead men to make bad decisions around divorce, and how to avoid them.
  • How to assess where you are at in your relationship - objectively - and what this means for you and your family.
  • The resources available to you while you navigate this major life change {no matter what you decide to do}.