Do You Have Relationship Wanderlust?

July 11th, 2016

How do you spend your time… daydreaming about what a relationship with someone new would be like, or pouring time and attention into the relationship you’re already in?

They say the grass isn’t always greener, but for some reason, that doesn’t dissuade people from fantasizing about all the fun and loving they could be having… if only they were with someone else.

If you’re currently caught up in this type of thinking, you may be suffering from relationship wanderlust.

In this blog, we’ll look at what relationship wanderlust is, why it’s wasting your time, and 2 tips for taking those fantasies and using them to improve the relationship you have. Please 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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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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