Why You Shouldn’t Wait for Marriage Help

March 4th, 2015

Are you waiting for you marriage to get better, but haven’t actually sought marriage help?

You may think that giving some thought to your marriage will make things better. After all, a relationship that is pushed into the corner may not stand a chance, but a relationship in which you acknowledge some work is needed has to be better off, right?

But if you wait too long, you may doom your marriage. In this blog, I’ll tell you about some recent marriage research about couples in crisis, and three steps for turning your marriage around—for the better. Read on…

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Go Ahead—Cheat!

March 2nd, 2015

If you really want to shake up your marriage and get it on the right track—it’s time to have an affair.

Gasp, sputter… what?

In this blog, I’ll explain what I mean, so don’t panic… In addition, I’ll give you 3 tips for rebuilding your marriage, from the ground up if necessary. Please keep reading…

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One Solution in 3 Steps for Rebuilding Your Marriage

February 25th, 2015

Marriages can often resemble battlefields: lines are drawn, you stick to your guns on every issue. You dig in on your side, your spouse digs in on the other side. Neither of you will give an inch—it’s as if your very lives are dependent on being “right.”

This makes for some kind of living arrangement, doesn’t it?

Intimacy falls by the wayside, and you no longer enjoy one another’s company. In this blog, we’ll look at how compromise can boost intimacy and improve your marriage in three steps. Please keep reading…

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Affair Images of His Cheating

February 23rd, 2015

He cheated, and you are the one who can’t seem to get the affair images out of your head.

Hardly fair, is it?

It can be easy to fall into a nasty cycle of affair images: you’re angry that your spouse did this to you, and you seem to be the one dealing with all of the pain.

In this blog, I’ll help you protect your heart from continued pain and bring those images to a gradual end point. Keep reading…

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Is “Someone New” Really the Answer to Marriage Problems?

February 18th, 2015

If you’re struggling in your marriage, it’s not unusual to look for the escape hatch. After all, we look for a new job when we struggle at work, or make other changes in our lives when the situation is uncomfortable.

So, why not a new spouse?

The idea of “someone new” is enticing. Imagine, entering a new relationship where no problems exist…

In this blog, I’ll talk about the idea of someone new, and give you two tips for healing your marriage and holding on to what you have. Keep reading…

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Forgiveness, with a Side of Grudge

February 16th, 2015

Have you told your cheating spouse you forgive him/her, only… you still harbor a colossal-sized grudge?

It’s not unusual for an affair victim to try to rush the healing process, only to move even further apart from their spouse rather than toward reconciliation.

In this blog, we’ll look at forgiveness and grudges—and whether you may have jumped to forgive too soon. Also, I’ll give you 3 tips to gauge whether or not you’re ready to forgive. Read on…

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Post-Affair: Choose Your Confidantes Wisely

February 11th, 2015

Your spouse cheated, and you are overwhelmed with negative thoughts and feelings. You may feel that if you don’t confide in someone, you may explode from the internal pressure and strife.

Before you share your spouse’s wrong-doing with other people, think twice.

In this blog, I’ll go over the danger of confiding the details of your spouse’s infidelity to friends and family, and how it could hurt your chances for saving your marriage. Read more…

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Are You Too Quick to Get Upset?

February 9th, 2015

Has your spouse ever accused you of getting “upset too easily,” or called you “touchy?”

If so, you may have a good excuse for getting upset more quickly than your spouse.

In this blog, we’ll explore why some get upset more quickly, and how to make two different reaction styles work in your marriage. Please keep reading…

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Are You and Your Spouse a Silent Movie, or an Action Adventure?

February 4th, 2015

When you spend time alone with your spouse, are things so quiet, you could cue the crickets to make some background noise and lessen the discomfort?

If so, you’re not alone. It seems to be a pattern that many marriages fall into.

In this blog, we’ll look at a relationship study that was done on this very topic. Also, I’ll help you reignite the intimate, sharing spark between you and your spouse once again in 3 steps. Read on…

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Post-Affair Marriage: Starting with a Clean Slate

February 2nd, 2015

Your marriage has been wrecked by an affair. From the ruins and ashes caused by your spouse’s selfish behavior, a new—and improved—relationship can be born.

But from where you’re presently standing, you may not be able yet to visualize such a thing.

In this blog, I’ll give you a glimpse of what the future of your marriage can look like, starting from a clean slate. Please keep reading…

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