Jayson Gaddis Relationship Warrior
Do you find yourself looking for greener grass when a problem shows up with your partner?
And do you think you could get an erection while standing on the 50 yard line during the Super Bowl?
Jayson Gaddis is the founder of The Relationship School. Today we talk about what makes our relationships so draining, what it means to become a Relationship Warrior, and what your erection — or lack of one — is trying to tell you. You can learn more about Jayson’s relationship program for men by visiting RelationshipSchool.com/newman.
In this interview:
- Fighting, blaming, not enough sex
- Taking responsibility vs blaming it all on your partner
- Distracting ourselves with work, news, social media, porn
- Why expecting too much from our partner kills sexual attraction
- What is a “relationship warrior”?
- Why we tolerate draining relationships
- A quick way to find the purpose in your life
- What Jayson learned from having erection issues
- Why focusing on sexual performance kills good sex
- Why putting your partner on a pedestal can kill sexual attraction
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About Jayson Gaddis
Jayson Gaddis, relationship student & teacher and host of the Smart Couple Podcast, is on a mission to teach people the one class they didn’t get in school–”How to do Romantic Relationships.” That’s why he founded The Relationship School®. He was emotionally constipated for years before relationship failure forced him to turn his life over to learning about relationships. Now, he’s been married to his amazing wife since 2007 (after some brutal break ups) and has two beautiful kids. When he doesn’t live and breathe this stuff with his family, he pretty much gets his ass handed to him.
He gets you the relationship results you want, fast. He will teach you how to use conflict to create a more fulfilling and sustainable relationship. He teaches virtual relationship empowerment classes to students around the globe.
Jayson teaches you that hidden within any and all relationship pain are the seeds of you getting more empowered in your life and more connected to yourself.
Even though many of his school teachers said he sucked at writing, he writes anyway. His first book for the Smart Couple’s will be out November 2017. He has also written for The Good Men Project, Elephant Journal, Your Tango, The Jungle Of Life, Primer Magazine, Integral Life, and Recovering Yogi.