All the time people come to me saying, “We tried to reconcile, but it’s just impossible. We got back together thinking we can do it, then it didn’t work.” You know why? Because they didn’t know how.
Think about it like this…Imagine you want to replace the spark plugs in your car. You can have every intention of doing it, But if you don’t know how…Or where the spark plugs even are. You’re gonna fail. People are blindsided because they think they’re reconciling when they’re not.
So how can you know if you’re actually reconciling or not? Or how to make it happen? Is marriage reconciliation possible after separation?
These people struggled but figured it out with our help:
“We had been to three different marriage counselors in the first 10 years of our marriage. We got like one decent takeaway. There was just so much pain, so much hurt. It just seemed impossible.”
“We’re sitting here seven years later, and it is a daily impact on our marriage, on our children, regardless of how lost, how broken, how hopeless you believe the circumstances. If you’re just willing to invest a little bit of time, it’s incredible the long-lasting impact that it can have.”
“At the end of the day, he chose not to even show me the divorce papers. He took them with him and he chose to continue talking. So for the first time, in a long time, I face the future of our marriage with hope.”
Do you want to know how to have a complete breakthrough right away? No years of counseling necessary.
There’s a MUCH better way to reconcile…Even when it seems impossible, and like your marriage is still falling apart despite your best efforts.
If you want to know how, listen to this podcast where Dr. Joe Beam and Kimberly Holmes share how to get back the marriage you first had when you said “I do.”
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