If you're anything like me, you want to have a great marriage.
But you also don't want to feel like you're going to lose yourself in the process.
You don't want to feel like you have to become someone else in order to be happily married.
The good news is that you don't have to.
If having a great marriage is important to you, but you want to hold on to your authentic masculine nature, then you're in the right place.
That's why I wrote Black Belt Husband.
It's a roadmap for men who want to be successful husbands. But don't want to be forced between losing themselves and losing their wife.
We can have both. We can be great husbands that our wives appreciate deeply, and also be honest and direct about what is important to us.
Being a great husband isn't about being "extra nice", being really passive, or acquiescing to your wife so she's happy and you're not.
That's a death sentence in marriage that too many men wrongly commit to.
Black Belt Husband is the best of what I know as a couples therapist working with thousands of men, consolidated, and written for anyone ready to try a new path.