Relationships are one of the most rewarding parts of life. So why is it that they are also one of the most difficult areas of our lives to navigate? Whether we’re single and looking for a soul mate, recovering from a painful breakup, or trying to keep sparks flying in our marriage, it can leave us feeling stressed, confused, and defeated, even when other aspects of our lives seem to be running smoothly. If you’ve ever felt unfulfilled when it comes to love, if you’ve ever feel like you’re stuck on a Ferris wheel of relationship’s highs and lows, I want you to know that you are not alone. In my first book Life Worksheets, I created worksheets to get people’s lives in order. Like many of you, I’ve had my fair share of challenges when it comes to relationships. But if there’s one thing I’ve learned from my own journey, it’s that with every struggle comes the opportunity to learn, grow, and become an even better person than you were yesterday. That’s why after Life Worksheets, I started to create Relationship Worksheets. It’s easy to let heartbreak and uncertainty paralyze us in our relationships. It’s easy to become frustrated looking for answers that seem to never come. But what we often don’t realize is that these answers we are so desperately searching for lie within ourselves. We just need some guidance in figuring out how to identify them. That’s why I created this workbook. Through thirty-three worksheets, every aspect of relationships is covered in order to help you figure out what’s blocking you. From being single, dating, and a fear of rejection to love, jealousy, and break-up worksheets are included. More serious worksheets include being in a relationship, marriage, cheating, divorce, and moving on from the loss of a partner.If you’re ready to self-reflect and work toward becoming the best romantic partner I know you can be, then let’s get started.