What do you do when you’ve had major problems in your marriage and now want to try to reconcile?

It’s tougher to accomplish than most people think.

It’s great when a couple decides to put a marriage back together. However, without a valid understanding of what caused the trouble (and that usually means MUCH more than the final issue that became the focus of the marriage problems), many couples who try to reconcile run headlong into a wall of pain and frustration.

For example, if the marriage hit crisis because of an affair, ending the affair doesn’t necessarily mean that the underlying issues have been healed. What led to the affair? What weaknesses exist in either spouse? What relationship dynamics helped create the vulnerability? (This isn’t to justify something such as an affair; it’s to point out that some people think things are now fine because the affair ended BUT THERE ARE STILL ISSUES that haven’t been dealt with.)

That same principle applies to much more than affairs…it applies to control and domination, selfishness, in-law problems, sexual problems, and much, much more.

In this program, Dr. Joe Beam guides you through a process of discovering and dealing with the real issues and then following a proven plan to make reconciliation actually work so that the marriage becomes better after the problem than it was ever before.

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3 thoughts on “[PODCAST] How To Reconcile Marriage- The Dr. Joe Show Podcast

  • April 3, 2017 at 11:40 pm

    Hello my name is Andrew Sierra
    My wife told me she was done with me but I want to keep fighting for our marriage she also told me that she was falling in love with another man what can I do what kind of advice would you give me I need help is it going on for 3 months we’ve been together 5 years married 3 years

  • April 10, 2017 at 5:36 am

    My husband was ( might still be ..) in a long fime relationship with pornography. It broke my heart and lead to major health issues and broken self esteem.

    We are in a seven year journey of recovery, but I feel my marriage died and so did something indide me.

    I unexpectedly entered into an affair with a man who is totally amazing. I wanted to know if I will be able to love again, if I will be sble to enjoy sex again… now I know…. but what do I do know?

    I don’t want to love another woman’s husband forever. I have a good relationship with my husband of 21 years, but often when we make love or rather have sex if find the tears ryn down my face and that was before and after my affair.

    I have a stepdaughter and grandchildren who will not be my children if I am not married to my husband and after 21 years they are like my own.

    I feel stuck and need some help, but my husband will not go for therapy and he diesn’t know how I feel.
    I may add that I am putting in my every effort to save my marriage and on face value all seems fine but it is in the intimicy corner where I find my mself dead …


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