Are you in a relationship that you no longer desire?
* Is your partner clingy, jealous, controlling, and manipulative? *Do you keep trying end it, but can't because you fear hurting her? * Do you kick yourself when you see amazing women pass by, because you’re trapped with someone who makes you unhappy? Your partner isn't necessarily a bad person, but your relationship is toxic. Many men gradually come to find that their partner is a control freak, emotionally abusive, or even has an undiagnosed mental disorder (such as bipolar or narcissistic personality disorder). It's OK to stay with a flawed partner that has some challenges, but you have a right to leave any relationship that drives you crazy. In fact, it's your obligation to leave such a relationship; staying out of guilt, fear or pity is never good for either partner. The type of relationship you're in is not healthy. It's emotionally draining and leads to nothing but persistent stress. But I'm sure I don't need to tell you that. You know first-hand: * The constant tension in your head * The tightening of your stomach when she's mad * Having your words and actions criticized and turned against you * Feeling your nerves jump at her bouts of irrational anger and jealousy That kind of relationship is never fun, loving, or (least of all) sexy. In fact, the chronic stress from such a toxic relationships can put your health at risk, and you may already be familiar with the symptoms: Frequent headaches, digestive problems (including ulcers), chronic fatigue, sleep problems, depression, and premature aging, balding... But it's not just the stress. How much have you sacrificed in your personal, financial and career life for this relationship? Are you going to continue to stay out of fear? No matter how clingy she is... No matter how guilty you feel... No matter how scared you are... No matter how much you think she's going to freak out... YOU CAN LEAVE! I'm Michael Freeman, and I've helped hundreds of men in this difficult area through personal consultation, scores of articles, hundreds of advice column replies, and especially, my A Way Out ebook. Are you going to retreat into your unhealthy relationship, or are you going to step through that door and get your life back? Without guilt.Without fear. I wrote this ebook to lead you step-by-step, showing you exactly what's going on, and exactly how you're going to leave. "A Way Out" is your fool-proof guide, and it's based on my extensive research and knowledge, including: * A Master's in the social sciences * Interviews with multiple mental health professionals (two Ph.D.s, a Marriage and Family Therapists, and a Psy.D.) * 15 years study of psychology ...and my own past experience feeling stuck in an unhealthy relationship How long have you been planning to leave: 4 weeks? 6 months? 2 years? More?? After reading this book, if you DO decide to stay in your relationship after, you're doing it because you consciously choose to stay - not because you're too guilty or fearful to leave.