Saving Your Marriage Brings “Marriage Advantage”

September 14th, 2011

You want some extra incentive for saving your marriage? You’ll live longer.

Marriage has many benefits – which may be hard to see when you’re in the midst of a marriage crisis or trying to survive your spouse’s affair and the ensuing damage.

Researchers call it the marriage advantage. In this blog, I’ll explain to you what it is, and how to maximize it by looking at three areas that could be putting you at a marriage disadvantage.

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How to Save My Marriage? – The Answer Inside

August 17th, 2011

Your marriage is either struggling mightily, or it’s experiencing the dark season of an affair. You are distraught, wondering if your marriage can survive the damage.

It’s easy to get caught in a vortex of negativity. After all, you are experiencing what is probably one of the most negative timeframes of your life – it’s normal to see your relationship and your life through a very dark lens at this time.

But doing so may lead you, and your spouse, to ask the wrong question about your marriage – and this could derail your marriage-saving efforts. In this blog, we’ll look at the wrong, and the right, question – and three steps to help get your marriage back on track. Keep reading…

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Why Men Cheat: Are Wives Too Needy?

July 20th, 2011

After your spouse’s affair was revealed, you may have found yourself full of self-doubts. In fact, your spouse may have expressed that he or she thinks you’re being “too needy.”

If so, it probably made you feel even sicker inside than you already do, and planted a seed of self-doubt: Am I too needy? And if so, where has my power gone?

In this blog, we’ll explore what being ‘needy’ is and what it stems from. Read on to see if you’re currently suffering from neediness syndrome…

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Reframe Failure, Save Your Marriage

June 22nd, 2011

So your spouse cheated on you, and now your marriage is neck-deep in crisis mode. You may feel like a failure: your marriage may very well be over, and everything you put into it was for nothing.

This experience has left you looking at the world through a very dark lens.

Are you an unworthy, broken person – and this is why you are in this predicament today, a victim of infidelity? Read on for the answer to this question.

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