Marriages require time and attention to nurture and grow. Strong marriages require a strong foundation and everyday intention. But, of course, that is easier said than done with all the obstacles of daily life.

Derrick from Texas found this out the hard way. Derrick’s marriage experienced testing early when he spent time away from a growing family due to his time in the military.

Here at Marriage Helper, we meet a lot of military families affected by this type of situation. How can you keep a marriage together when you constantly have to be apart, live different routines, and miss important moments?

In Derrick’s situation, he quickly realized that to save his marriage, he needed to be a better husband and father. His wife showed obvious unhappiness and began to pull away from the relationship. 

Derrick decided that he needed to communicate with his wife more. He wanted to show his love for her, and demonstrate that he was committed to the relationship. They needed a change in their routine and interactions to move towards a better future. That is when he connected with Marriage Helper and our Couples Turnaround Workshop.

In this episode of Relationship Radio, Gemma sits down with Derrick to discuss how he met his wife, where their relationship troubles started, and how they used Marriage Helper to try and heal their wounds.

If you want to learn more about getting a reluctant spouse to attend the Marriage Helper Workshop, or you want to know if it’s right for your situation, you can learn more here. Our Couples Turnaround Workshop happens both online and in-person for what best fits your situation.

In just three days, you will learn and be equipped with tools that actually work in marriages facing a crisis. Plus, you will also have access to our one-on-one Marriage Helper Coaching afterward to help you apply what you learn during the Workshop.

If your marriage is struggling, check out this FREE eBook where we discuss 7 Keys To Fix Your Marriage. If you want to fix your marriage but aren’t sure where to start, or if it’s even possible, this is for you.

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