Saving a Marriage in Crisis (1 Ingredient)

July 8th, 2015

Is your marriage in crisis? Maybe it hit the skids, and has almost been finished off by an affair.

Keeping a marriage together takes work. And a marriage in crisis? There isn’t a way to not do the work when it comes to saving your marriage.

In this blog, I’ll help you evaluate whether you’re taking advantage of one tactic for saving—and building—your marriage. Read on…

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Cheaters, Your Heart’s at Risk

February 6th, 2012

Besides the moral and ethical considerations, a cheater should also be selfish and think about something near and dear to them before they carry on an affair: their heart.

I’m not talking about their romantic heart—which they may very well break when they realize the big mistake they’ve made. No, this is a different type of break: the actual physical risk they expose their heart to.

In this blog, we’ll look at an affair’s one possible health risk, and 3 tips for building an important element back into your own marriage. Keep reading…

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Save Your Marriage Using a Little-Acclaimed Secret Ingredient

September 28th, 2011

When marriages suffer, there is one problem cropping up
over and over again. It’s a problem that many people fail
to address, and it’s one that often ends up destroying the
marriage. The problem is simply this:

A lack of fun.

Having fun with your partner is one of the most important
aspects of your relationship. Dating and having a good time
is what brought you together in the first place. If you’re
wondering why your relationship isn’t full of the passion
and joy you used to have, it may very well be that you have
let the fun die.

And when the fun dies, the entire relationship often goes

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Marriage Help: Moving Past the Idea of “Someone New”

July 27th, 2010

In the midst of marital turmoil, maybe you’ve had this inner dialogue:

Dealing with my spouse and all of these problems in our marriage is too much for me. Maybe I should just get a divorce, and find someone new to start a life with.

The idea of “someone new” is a tantalizing one. How easy it seems to just shed the thorny problems of your marriage and move on to a fresh start in a problem-free relationship with someone else. Of course, most relationships are relatively problem-free in those early, in-love feeling stages. In this article, we’ll explore ways to get past this fantasy—and back to focusing on healing your marriage.

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