Is Your Spouse Addicted?

February 10th, 2012

Internet access, picture cell phones… technology has created some interesting sexual-addiction opportunities. You may have thought your sex life was “normal,” and then come across something that challenged that view, whether it’s your spouse’s interest in internet porn or a stash of pornographic magazines and DVDs.

Now, you may be confused, wondering if your spouse is a sex addict.

Sexual addiction is a complex topic. In this blog, we’ll examine one way in which sex addicts try to justify their behavior so if you hear this excuse, you can take proactive steps to help him overcome the addiction and heal your marriage using 2 steps. Read on…

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Marriage and Trust: Put a Permanent End to the Web of Lies

January 11th, 2012

Question: What is a marriage without trust?

Answer: Completely unstable.

What you may want most in the world is to rekindle an open, honest relationship with your spouse and be secure in the knowledge that the web of lies and deceit has ended. You want to keep the doors of communication open so you can begin to heal, save your marriage, and allow your marriage a chance to flourish.

But how do you do this? In this blog, we’ll answer that question—a solution in 3 tips. Please read on…

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How to Save Your Marriage through Honesty

September 16th, 2011

Most spouses can forgive a lot of shortcomings in a marriage.
But what about lies and deceit?
When we tell anything less than the truth in our relationships, we are asking a lot from our spouse to forgive us, to believe in us, to trust our words and our actions. To save your marriage, you need honesty, truth and openness.
A common question that relationship experts get is, “How can I make my spouse tell the truth?” In this blog, we’ll examine this question, review a child’s fable, and see how to save your marriage by making a change and implementing a method for honesty. Read on…

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How to End the Lies: Learning to Be Transparent Part 1

November 17th, 2009

You have lived in an environment of deceit. Your trust has been violated. You have been lied to and you need to find a way to trust your partner again. If you don’t, you are afraid it may mean the end of your marriage.

And you’re right. It may. It is essentially impossible to have an intimate, trusting marriage when your spouse lies to you. If the lies don’t stop, your marriage could be in danger of collapse.

When one spouse lies to another the result isn’t only a feeling of betrayal. Lying is a deliberate attempt at avoiding authentic communication and as a result you have likely closed up to protect yourself from the hurt of future lies. Read on to learn how to end the lies.

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