Am I Stupid to Want to Save my Marriage?

save my marriageIf you have recently discovered that your spouse cheated on you, your first thought likely goes straight to divorce.

After all, they say that “once a cheater, always a cheater”, right?

Not to mention the embarrassment of your friends and family knowing that you’re even thinking of staying with the cheater.

There are so many things to think about when you find out your spouse cheated. Continue reading…

 

50 Ways to Crush the Things That Are Keeping You From Happiness And The Relationship You Deserve

50 ways to crush the things happiness

Married couples whose lives have been disrupted by infidelity face a certain fact: their marriage will never be the same.

Whether that leads to divorce or to a stronger marriage in the end, is in large part determined by how much effort and patience go into saving the marriage.

Partners who devote themselves to redefining their marriage after infidelity stand a fighting chance of ending up with an even better marriage than they had before.

One thing both professionals and those who have been there before you agree on is that you will need to alter your habits. Continue reading…

 

5 Concepts to Wrap Your Brain Around That Could Save Your Marriage

marriage relationship adviceWe all hate rules, but if you’re married, there may come a point when there are a certain few to abide by. That point comes when your marriage is starting to falter and you’re not sure how to go about the tricky process of fixing things before it’s too late.

Here we have some of the most effective rules of marriage, culled from the vast resources of the internet, just for you.

See if you can’t incorporate a few this week, even if you don’t yet see any signs of danger in your own marriage.

It could mean the difference between never having to worry about saving your marriage in the first place! Continue reading…

 

How Alone Time Can Help Save Your Marriage

How Alone Time Can Help Save Your MarriageDo you remember the beginning of your marriage when you couldn’t wait to get off work and finish all your chores so you could see each other?

That’s the power of being apart.

Then, when you get together you don’t want silly issues to infect the time you have together so you both try a little harder and are on a little bit better behavior.

If that sounds superficial to you, you couldn’t be more wrong.

There is power in being apart, not just for your relationship together, but for your own mental health and well being. Continue reading…