As life evolves, so does marriage. Couples who learn to accept reasonable expectations – which must include spending quality time together – could save their marriage and make it more rewarding than they ever thought it could be.
Yes, divorce is socially acceptable, but that doesn’t mean that every or even the majority of marriages are doomed to end in divorce. Below are why some do – and what you should do to make sure yours doesn’t.
While divorce may seem the easiest way to deal with an unhappy marriage, it can result in tremendous loss and pain. Before you decide to call it quits, consider these four arguments against divorce.
Premarital counseling sets a marriage up for success – and a successful marriage is a gift that will last a lifetime. At first glance, premarital counseling may seem to be a cynical choice for a wedding gift. We enter into marriage believing that it will be happily ever after, and a gift that gives even […]
If you’ve started seriously contemplating divorce, how will you know if it’s time to move on from your marriage – or any significant relationship?
Premarital counseling can help to ensure that your new relationship won’t end in divorce, too.
Earn Respect from a New Family When Parenting His Children You are now married to a man that has children from his prior marriage, how do you act, what do you do? Here are 7 mistakes new wives can make when it comes to parenting his children from a previous marriage. Wanting to Be […]
Most of us yearn to be in a good relationship where we feel validated, accepted, loved, and needed. Problems occur when we don’t feel like this in our relationships – and those problems can lead to divorce.
Regardless of what happened in your marriage, it’s important that you look into what you contributed to the failure of your marriage. Although your actions had the most honorable intents, there are some things to learn from your previous marriage. The fact that you made some mistakes, doesn’t mean that you are at fault. This […]
It’s that time of year again. Resolutions and new beginnings are at the forefront of everyone’s mind. The decision to get a divorce is one of the top New Year’s resolutions – hence the reason January is dubbed “divorce month.” Once the decision to leave a marriage is made, fear, guilt, and uncertainty begin to flood in, […]