If your marriage is already under stress, what you do from now until the end of the year can send it over the edge or take care of it.
Every marriage, even strong ones, has challenges. But there’s a false sense that no one should know about them.
How you respond to it can, and often, does make the situation worse. And this puts your marriage in danger.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. It makes me wonder if anyone really wants to find a solution.
Do you make your wife jump through hoops to get courtesy and compassion from you? If so, you’re putting your marriage in grave danger.
Forgiveness is a process and cannot be rushed.
If you are struggling in your marriage, adding a 24/7 multi-year obligation is not going to make things better. It usually makes them worse.
Who comes up with this ridiculous nonsense?
Does it have to mean the end of your marriage?
The truth is that you can make big changes in your marriage all by yourself.
Getting help for your marriage isn’t as simple as showing up once a week to a marriage counselor and expecting them to “fix” it.
So what do you need to know or do differently to have a great marriage?
No one has to take a Relationship 101 class, and everyone should.
Yes, children are resilient. That doesn’t mean you don’t do your best to protect them from harm.
Having a child is a great motivator to make the relationship better but putting the responsibility for the marriage on that child is non-starter.
In a healthy relationship, the partners share their wants, needs and desires.