Spouse Gone? Is your spouse emotionally disengaged? Physically gone? Have you relentlessly tried searching, trying to figure out what you can do to bring your spouse back or make your spouse want to be in the marriage at all, only
We fight for marriages. All marriages. No matter what has happened. BUT sometimes they end. Actually, sometimes they should end. We realize that sounds as if it is in opposition to our mission. In this program, Dr. Joe Beam explains when it
If you are the spouse who has been hurt – or the spouse who did the hurting – there are key principles for building trust again in your relationship. The hurt spouse often feels anger, pain, fear, doubt, anxiety, and
He was “madly in love” with another woman. She wanted to save their marriage. They tried a couple intense potential solutions and then, by agreement, she moved thousands of miles back to her former home leaving him with his lover.
Ever wonder why your spouse is so weird? Whys/he doesn’t think like you, act like you, want the same things you want? Maybe one of you is spontaneous and the other is cautious. Maybe one is an introvert and the
For many years we’ve been helping people salvage marriages that appeared absolutely hopeless…not only salvage their marriages but make them good again…most better than they were before. That is why Marriage Helper exists (www.MarriageHelper.com). Our purpose is to help couples in
Divorce affects children… even grown children… emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually. Some say that you should never stay married just for the sake of your kids. Others say that kids are reslient and that divorce has little long-lasting
What is going on in the head/heart of someone “madly in love” with another? Why do they do the things they do? Say the things they say? Make the decisions they make? What if a person is married to one and
It can be completely overwhelming to know where to start when trying to save your marriage. Where do you start? What is the most important thing you can do? What should you do FIRST? Join Kimberly Holmes, the CEO of Marriage
What to do when your spouse is having an affair and acts hateful towards you.
The holidays can be hard to face when your marriage is in trouble… …that’s why we created this complimentary package of Holiday Marriage Help Tips for you. 1. How to Get through the Holidays Podcast During this podcast, we will
I’m so sorry for your hurt. I know it is painful. Perhaps someone close to you in your life has hurt you or abandoned you, and you can’t help but feel that God has abandoned you as well. You pray,
This article was written by guest author Petra Blank who used MarriageHelper’s resources to help save her marriage. In 2011, I was hit by a truck… Not literally, but rather figuratively through finding out that my husband had began an
“I will not let you go unless you bless me.” – Genesis 32:26 Haunted and Terrified This is my story. This is your story. In Genesis, we find Jacob terrified—terrified because he is about to encounter his brother, Esau, and they
A list of some of the most common wrong things that are said (and done) to spouses who are trying to leave and what you should do and say to, hopefully, convince your spouse to stay and/or give your marriage another chance. READ
Let me preface it with this: I never said that this phrase contains the magic words that you need to save your marriage. I never said that not saying these words would stop a divorce from happening. But I will say by not saying this phrase, you will put yourself leaps and bounds ahead of where you are now in trying to fix your marriage. READ ARTICLE
Though limerence by its very nature is relatively short-lived (typically lasting somewhere between 3 months and 36 months) it is a very real and intense emotion/feeling. When a person decides to leave a limerent relationship, or if they are the one abandoned by the other, the emotions don’t immediately disappear. READ MORE
It’s common for people who are separated or even divorced to continue to have sex with each other. There are reasons for that, such as comfort with the familiar, not having to seek out new partners, and a sense of safety (not worrying about STDs and such). But does it increase the odds of the two of you reuniting? READ
The person that you love, who once so deeply loved you, now treats you as if you are the enemy. You long for any sign of affection; a hug, a smile, even a kind word. You pray that it will be once again what it once was. You ache in a way you cannot explain, a pain that never subsides during the day and that wakes you at night. Read This Article.
For the sake of this article, let’s assume your spouse is right. You are bad in bed (We’ll analyze the expectations of your spouse another day). This article will help.