Marriage Helper 911 Workshop

This turnaround weekend is proven to saves marriages and help couples grow deeper in intimacy and passion together.

Our 3-day Marriage Helper 911 Workshop gives you the tools needed to save your marriage and fall back in love with your spouse. This intensive workshop boasts a 75% success rate of saving marriages, even if your spouse comes reluctantly or does not want to. In addition, 99% of participants recommend the program to others, regardless of the outcome of their marriage. You will learn about yourself, your spouse, your marriage, and how to have healthier and stronger relationships in the future. We provide hands-on help to rescue your relationship no matter how bad it is right now! This is the emergency room for marriages in trouble!

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The Save My Marriage Course

An online course for someone who wants to save their marriage but their spouse wants out.

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Marriage Help Bootcamp

A 3-part video toolkit to teach you how to approach your spouse about agreeing to seek marriage help with you.

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How To Become More Attractive Bootcamp

A 2-part video toolkit to teach you the four areas that make up your attractiveness scale, a 30 day Training Log to hold you accountable & a quiz to help identify where you need to start.

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The Affair Toolkit Video Series

Online Video Series for marriages affected by an affair or suspecting their spouse of an affair.

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Decision Point

Online Video Series for someone who has been or are currently in an emotional or physical affair.

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Questions? Contact us!

If you have questions about any or our products or want to know which one is best for you, don’t hesitate to ask.

By Phone: 866-903-0990
Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm Central Time



13 thoughts on “Marriage Help

  • February 17, 2016 at 11:35 pm
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    We are a ministry that works with Pastoral Couples, Missionaries and Ministry Leaders called Shepherds Heart Ministry. We are located in Colorado with retreat centers in Colorado, Michigan, Israel, Canada and Mexico. We do 5 day intensives for those in Full-time ministry. We are starting our 13th year of ministry. We often get calls from Married couples and we cannot take them into our program (because our Vision is Pastoral couples). I just had another call today from a young lady that wanted marriage counseling.
    We would like to refer couples to your program, but first would love to talk to a representative so we can get a little more information about your process and program.
    Thank you for your hearts for hurting couples, and saving marriages.

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    • February 22, 2016 at 6:30 pm
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      Hi, Lorrie–

      Please give us a call at (615) 472- 1161. We would love to help!

      Thank you!

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  • August 11, 2016 at 5:33 am
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    We have registered for the Sept 16-18 workshop. It will be a powerful 3 day workshop, I’m sure! I have two Q’s:
    (1) What materials should we read prior to the workshop?
    (2) Can you provide us a list of inexpensive hotels located not too far from the training site?

    Thank you!

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    • August 12, 2016 at 5:03 pm
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      Good afternoon!

      We have a PDF that we give you with a list of hotels.

      I will get that over to you via email ASAP!

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  • October 7, 2016 at 5:52 pm
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    Hi
    Unfortunately we can not attend these workshops, I live in Canada. Plus my wife would not go anyway, she is the one that had the affair.
    Basically I have been using the affairs toolkit for the standing spouse. I finally convinced her to start the opposite toolkit for her.

    But I feel very much alone and my back up against the wall.

    Her ex lover, our friend, thinks we can all just go back to being friends again.
    I tried to explain to him, I forgave him and her, but could not forget what happened between them. He started to beg for us to remain his friend. What do I do about her ex lover, my soon to be ex friend?

    Please help. Any advice would be appreciated.

    Walt

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  • November 5, 2016 at 12:20 pm
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    I have contacted you several times through that document to fill out and via phone no response I’m few days now. I need a workshop in Tennessee the 3 day workshop. Please help

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    • November 7, 2016 at 4:48 pm
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      Hi Stephanie-

      I am so sorry you haven’t heard from us!

      Can you please email me your phone number & I will have someone call you today?

      My email address is audra.weeks@marriagehelper.com

      Blessings,

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  • December 12, 2016 at 1:33 am
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    What if I am wanting to leave the spouse because of his emotionally destructive behaviors? It’s a toxic environment and my needs aren’t being met and he doesn’t want to do any work with counseling. He hasn’t had a change of heart. My heart is broken, tired of trying and tired of settling for his leftover time, he begrudgingly gives.

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  • March 20, 2017 at 10:08 pm
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    My husband had a stroke 7 years ago…He had to stop working and is disabled…I have been taking care of him all this time…we come to a point where we must sell our house and seek other alternatives…I saw an attorney who recommends a “paper divorce” so that our assets will be saved, while he will be placed in an Assisted Living residence and I will go to a senior/disabled subsidized apt…I’m a bit uncomfortable with the divorce, but knowing it is strictly for financial reasons seems to make it ok…what do you think?

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    • March 28, 2017 at 4:26 pm
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      Hi Maggie,

      This is only a decision that you can make. We aren’t lawyers… We focus on saving marriages. I am so sorry to hear you are going through this.

      We are praying for you.

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  • August 22, 2017 at 2:06 am
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    My wife and I have been married for 15 years, but we haven’t had a sexual relationship for the last 8 years. I love her very much and she always says she loves me too. We haven’t even made out or more that just a peck on the lips before we go to bed. Because of bad sleeping habits we sleep in separate rooms. I really feel like all were just close roommates. I am a disabled veteran so we get free counseling service, but she refuses to go. I don’t want to leave her or have an affair, but something has to give.

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    • October 5, 2017 at 3:26 pm
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      Hi! We are on the same boat with the sexual issues. There’s so much into why we came to this point. We have attended the workshop, my husband did go, I think it benefited me more, it allowed me to understand what happened to me in the relationship, showed me things I needed to work on myself more. We are trying to work it out by removing ourselves from our past relationship, not on paper. So far life at home seems to be more peaceful and we are able to talk to each other better. My husband is almost blind so in good conscience, I can’t and won’t leave him. We both don’t want a divorce but are tired of the disrespect for each other. I know the workshop helped me, time will tell what will happen to us. But now, I am really trying to deal with my past and my issues and not keep sweeping it under the rug. After 43 yrs, it’s about time I did. I hope you find your way. I have my Lord and Savior to hold me close, so even if it’s been hard for me, I know I am loved by my Father. God bless you both.

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