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…
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
A marriage rut is formed by habits, both good and bad. You and your spouse move from the honeymoon phase to the reality of household chores, keeping food on the table and a roof over your heads, and raising your children. These are performed by necessity and are obviously good habits. But what’s missing in this line-up of good habits?
Maybe you noticed: there was no mention of time set aside for you and your husband to have fun and solidify your marriage bonds. And frankly, your marriage may feel a little less than exciting right now, or worse—one or both of you have fallen into indifference or an affair.
In this post, I’ll offer some ideas to help spring you free from the marital-rut your marriage has fallen into and reignite those sparks.