Have you ever been unhappy in your marriage, but you're not quite ready for divorce? Perhaps you're thinking, "I don't want to live like this, but I'm not sure I'm ready to end this thing."
I assume that you're watching this video because you're contemplating separating from your spouse. Maybe you're even in the first stages of separation and trying to figure out, “Did we make the right decision?"
Feeling alone is hard. No matter what is going on in your life. It is difficult. It is difficult to feel like you have no one to turn to, nowhere to go, and no one to go be with. You feel isolated.
From what I’ve researched and read, I believe that there are three questions behind this question that are actually going on in these kinds of scenarios.
When you and your spouse are separated it's hard to know what to do, what to say, how to act, and when to act. Don't worry, I'm going to give you five things that you can do when you are in a marriage separation that will help you starting now.
It’s very common- searching for exact words to say (and exact words not to say) in order to keep your spouse from leaving- or to win your spouse back. In fact, many things out there claim there is “one word,” or there is “one phrase” you can use to win your spouse back. Here’s the hard truth: there is no exact word or phrase. But here’s the good news: there are things you can do if you’re in this situation, there is hope!
We’ll discuss what I believe people might be asking (and really looking for) when they’re asking the question, “Should Christians separate?” Which is: “Maybe this is a good alternative to divorce?”