When couples seek relationship counseling advice, what do you think they work on the most in their marriage?
If you answered “communication,” you would be correct.
Communication may be that the most important skill you can learn to save your marriage – and you don’t need to leave your home to attend relationship counseling classes to do it.
Read on… I have some tips for you so you can get started today.
Whether you’re dealing with your spouse’s infidelity or your marriage has simply fallen into a rut, you need to hit the pause button a second and ask yourself:
Have I lost my independence?
Read on to find out why the answer to this question could potentially save your marriage.
What’s cheating? Do you and your spouse argue over whether some of their relationships walk a fine line between friendship and affair?
Many couples have this debate. Your husband or wife may have a friend of the opposite sex that they talk to and occasionally see for lunch. Or, it’s someone your spouse just met. And most disagree at what point the spouse is getting a little too close to someone outside of the marriage.
In this blog, we’ll look at how to define this type of relationship, and 3 steps to bring the emotional connection back home and save your marriage.
There is never a good reason or excuse for having an affair and destroying your marriage vows. Period.
A cheater is fully responsible for their actions, and the justifications they come up with to make themselves feel better. Regardless of whether or not your spouse contemplates and goes through with an affair, your marriage may still have very legitimate problems that need to be addressed.
In this post, I’ll help you examine your relationship and identify ways to remove the allure of looking outside of the marriage in order to avoid the work of solving the problems within. These tips are applicable whether you are working to save your marriage before an affair happens—or you are in a position of trying to save your marriage post-affair.