Recognize Expressions of Love from Your Spouse

October 12th, 2015

You have your way of expressing your love and affection for your spouse, and your spouse has his or her own special brand of expressing the same back to you.

Are you reading each other correctly, or are you missing out on these expressions of love?

And do men and women really differ in how they show their partner their affection for them?

In this blog, we’ll look at how you and your spouse express love, and 3 tips to make sure you’re speaking the same loving language—especially if you are working to rebuild your marriage. Please keep reading…

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Cheating Spouses Needs Not Met: Valid Cheating Excuse?

October 7th, 2015

Finding out your spouse cheated, probably one of your first questions was, “Why?”

Cheaters may have a specific reason they give as a justification, but more than likely, they are not in touch with what prompted them to commit such a stupid act. Unfortunately, the victim of the affair can’t rest until the question is answered to some level of satisfaction.

When it comes to cheating, there is no “good” reason that can ever make it okay to cheat. But cheaters tend to always have a justification for why the affair happened, and it usually hinges on needs.

In this blog, we’re going to look at two needs found within a marriage, and I’ll give two conversation starters to begin exploring these particular needs as you work to save your marriage. Keep reading…

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When’s The Last Time You Had a Little of This…

August 3rd, 2015

Marriages crumble for a variety of reasons. Most go out with a whimper rather than a bang, so don’t think only cheating can drive you and your spouse apart.

In fact, many marriages that have been through affairs have been successfully saved, using one key ingredient.

If your marriage is simply stale or is in crisis for any other reason, you may want to consider implementing this key ingredient as soon as possible to strengthen your emotional connection to your spouse.

In this blog, we’ll look at this key ingredient, and why it’s one of the top reasons for marriage failure when missing. I will give you two thought-provoking experiments and two eye-opening assessments to be done this week. Please keep reading…

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How to End Your Spouse’s Affair

July 6th, 2015

Your spouse may not have broken off his or her relationship with the paramour, or has in some way left the door open to the relationship.

As the affair victim, you may feel powerless in this situation. Already knocked off your feet by the affair revelation, you don’t know how you’ll find the strength to move forward, much less end your spouse’s affair.

In this blog, here’s what I want to do: show you that you do possess the strength, and the best way to get your spouse to quit his or her cheating ways. Read on…

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Flirting: Good or Bad for a Marriage?

June 22nd, 2015

What’s a little innocent flirting?

Many married people think that a little harmless flirting with people outside of the marriage can actually be good for the marriage.

However, a little ‘innocent’ flirting has a lot that recommends against it.

In this blog, I’ll explain why, and give you tips on infusing a little passion into your own relationship. Read on…

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Cheaters Justify their Behavior

June 17th, 2015

Cheaters tend to tell themselves a story about their behavior. They justify their actions, and make you feel as if you’re crazy.

For a lot of people, they simply aren’t sure where the lines of cheating are. They have gotten their ideas from movies, songs, second-hand stories… but most people don’t sit down and figure out what the true depth of cheating is.

Also, your spouse may have a small view of what makes cheating actual “cheating” because they don’t want to admit that their actions could be defined as such.

In this blog, I’ll give you the definition of cheating, so you and your spouse will not have any miscommunication about exactly where the lines are—and why their behavior is destroying your marriage. Please read more…

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Once A Cheater, Always…?

June 1st, 2015

You want to save your marriage, but one question keeps playing in your head: “once a cheater, always a cheater?”

While many believe that a cheater can never change, we as humans have an enormous capacity to make positive changes. Does this mean your spouse definitively won’t cheat again?

In this blog, I’ll give you three indications of a right and narrow path on the part of your spouse that you can look for so to determine what your spouse may do in the future. Read on…

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Is Your Spouse Pressing Your Buttons?

April 20th, 2015

What is it about your spouse that makes you react in ways that no one else causes you to react? Is your spouse deliberately pushing your buttons, or do you have some reaction triggers you aren’t conscious of?

You may not be sure why you react the way you do when your spouse says or does something—but there is a biological reason.

In this blog, we’ll look at where these reactions are born, and I’ll give you 3 steps for managing them a little better to improve communication between you and your spouse. Read more…

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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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Are You Too Quick to Get Upset?

February 9th, 2015

Has your spouse ever accused you of getting “upset too easily,” or called you “touchy?”

If so, you may have a good excuse for getting upset more quickly than your spouse.

In this blog, we’ll explore why some get upset more quickly, and how to make two different reaction styles work in your marriage. Please keep reading…

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