Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?
When you first met your spouse you probably had a physical response to the emotions you felt. You’d get butterflies in your stomach, your heart would race, and your palms would sweat. So why is it that after you’re married, it’s so hard to make the connection between your physical health and your emotional well-being when you’re facing relational stress?
If your emotional pain feels physical and your physical pain feels emotional, your marriage may be making you sick—literally. Join Dr. David Hawkins and his sons, an internist and a surgeon, as they explore the effects relational stress and trauma can have on our bodies. You will learn to . . .
No matter what kind of pain you’re experiencing, or how long your health has been in decline, you don’t have to stay stuck. Discover hope and healing when you take control of your life.
With more than 30 years of counseling experience, David
Hawkins, PhD, has a special interest in helping individuals and
couples strengthen their relationships. Dr. Hawkins’ books,
including When Pleasing Others Is Hurting You and Dealing
with the CrazyMakers in Your Life, have more than 350,000
copies in print.
Tyson Hawkins, MD, a practicing internal medicine physician, lives in Bellingham, Washington, and enjoys all things outdoors with his wife, Jordana, and two boys, Parker and Bekham.
Joshua Hawkins, MD, is a practicing general surgeon, with a focus on cancer surgery. He lives with his family in Mount Vernon, Washington.