Not all counselors believe that you should stay married. This statement may surprise you, but you should consider that not all counselors are pro-marriage.
It's tough. Isn't it? You feel this tremendous emotional connection to one person... Loving him or her like you never thought you were able to love. The problem? You're married to someone else.
At Marriage Helper, we show people how they can still save their marriage even if there's been an affair. Even if this has happened, your marriage can even be made better than before.
If you're in a struggle, or frustration with your spouse, and it seems like they don't want to work on the marriage with you, I want to give you 5 helpful tips to stay focused and in tune with your vision.
If your spouse has told you “I'm leaving,” it can be one of the most painful things you’ve experienced. And in this article, we’ll give you practical tips to help you thrive in the middle of this time- until you can get back to where you need (and want to be) in your relationship.
When you have a spouse that’s cheating, it can be completely overwhelming because you don't even know where to start. The questions to ask. Your heart is hurting. You're scared. There are so many emotions that go into that.
You have the ability to make different choices today. Even if you got off track once.. or twice.. or even seven times, you have the ability to get back on track. You can do this. You can stay on track even when life is trying to throw things at you.
It IS possible to stand for your marriage alone. Now, it might seem impossible, it might seem crazy, (and you might not know where to start) but it can just take one spouse wanting to save the marriage to actually start saving the marriage. But what more can you do? Where do you start!?
Kimberly Holmes: At Marriage Helper, we have been able to work with thousands of couples from around the world. We've been able to see the intimate details a lot of times, of what ended up causing (or leading up to) the crisis they ended up having in their marriage. In fact, a lot of times a crisis that happens in a marriage, is predicated by some kind of loss in one or both of the spouses' lives.