Your to-do list is very long.

The thought of putting more “work” into your love life or marriage feels exhausting.

But, if you had to be honest, you miss the feelings you used to have when you two first got together. You miss what it was like before your relationship slipped into the “roommate rut”.

Remember when you felt… 

                             excited and turned on… desired and wanted… playful and flirtatious… happy to be in each other’s company?

I know how it feels to want to reconnect and feel that spark again. 

I understand trying to be all things to all people and your love life gets put on the back burner.

What if you could have a taste of what it could be like again?

You CAN. No matter how long you’ve been together, or what you’ve been through.

Here’s a few easy ways to get back to those feelings of love, excitement, fun and intimacy. These 7 POWERFUL EXERCISES will instantly connect you and your partner and help you recapture deeper feelings of connection and spark that you miss and need. Start with one exercise that you like, and build on that.

Tired of being stuck in a relationship rut at home? I invite you to apply for a FREE Strategy Call with me to tackle a specific challenge or dynamic you’re ready to transform. This is for you, or for both you and your partner.

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“It only takes one person to transform ANY relationship!”

Cheers to Your Extraordinary Relationships,


Jennifer Blankl
Certified Relationship & Life Coach
Certified Marriage and Divorce Prevention Coach
Certified Strategic Interventionist
JenniferBlankl.com

Co-Contributor of “Creating the Relationship of Your Dreams”

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Jennifer helps busy professionals and parents create an exciting, loving, and emotionally fulfilling relationship with the love partner they already have, even when they think they don’t have the time, energy or desire… so that they can feel more connected, supported, appreciated, and respected.