• Do you feel that you and your spouse just cannot get along?

  • Do you feel as though you are better at creating more problems rather than solving them?

  • Do you feel that there is intense competition between you and your spouse?

  • Do you find it difficult to get an apology from your spouse?

  • Do you struggle to curb your pet peeves and triggers?

  • Do you find it difficult to envision your marriage without conflict?

Discover how the way you communicate love impacts your marriage outcome.

Hey,

we're Gary & Julie Gallimore

We came to a point in our marriage where we began to diverge. We suddenly realized that we were strangers to each other.

But it didn’t suddenly happen.

Overtime we matured and became older and became more solidified in our personalities and traits, but we never really took a stock of exactly who we were. This made it difficult to connect on what seemed like simple matters.

We eventually realized that our spouse needed someone who would complement and support them. We both had to answer the question, “Am I that person for my spouse?”

The only way we could answer this was to put a stamp on who we were as individuals. Once we solved that puzzle, it became easier to be our spouse’s best partner.
Julie and Gary Gallimore

Which is why we created
Handling Conflict and Apologizing Properly course.


If you are a leader who is married, not yet married, or contemplating ending your marriage, we help you improve your conflict competence so that you can enjoy a successful marriage.

The lessons in this course will help you:

  • Identify the sources of conflict in your marriage.

  • Learn how to offer a proper apology to your spouse.

  • Learn when to seek professional intervention for your marriage.

Still have questions?

  • Who is this course for?

    This course is for those who are married, not yet married, or contemplating a divorce. We discuss how your mental marriage model can be the catalyst for a successful marriage or the impetus for a failed marriage experience.

  • What if I’m not married?

    Marriage is still an aspiration for many and career growth is an aspiration for many. We help you secure both. It is a good idea to get a good grasp on how you view marriage because your happiness depends on whether or not those expectations are met.

  • What if I am already married?

    This course is for those who are married, not yet married, or contemplating a divorce. If you are already married, this course will help you understand your own behaviors toward marriage.

  • Can I enroll at anytime or is there a specific start date?

    There is no specific start date. You can enroll whenever you choose.

  • What if I am not happy with the course?

    To help us serve you and others better in the future we ask that you kindly take time to explain to us in detail what you did not like about the course. We will then offer you 100% money back.

  • What if I need more resources and support than the course?

    You can take advantage of other courses, or sign up for coaching sessions. We also have a podcast that discusses several topics that support leaders in their marriage.

  • Do I have to take the course with my spouse?

    No you do not. For this course, in particular, it is a good idea to take the course individually and then share your responses with your spouse.

  • Do my spouse and I have to pay for two separate courses?

    No, you and your spouse can share one account that gives you access on demand.

  • If I have other questions that are not answered here, whom should I contact?

    Send us an email at info@leadingandlove.com and we will answer any questions that you might have.

Are you ready to use conflict as a springboard to personal growth and enhancing your marriage?

Option 1
Option 2
Option 3
Avoid conflict to reduce tension in your marriage only to realize that conflict is escalated.
Regard conflict in marriage as inevitable and normal and expect the resolutions to occur naturally.
Enroll in the Handling Conflict and Apologizing Properly One course to increase your conflict competence and guarantee a successful marriage.