Posts Tagged ‘How do I know when my marriage is over?’

Ending Your Marriage? Read These Helpful Tips

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

Unfortunately, divorce seems to be becoming a natural part of life. According to statistics, about half of all married couples will end up getting divorced at some point. You may find yourself a statistic one day. Getting divorced if there are children in the home is very difficult. If you frequently argue in front of […]

How to Coexist With Your Loved One

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

One of our most important priorities is always supposed to be family. As your loved ones get older, they may not be able to do everything for themselves anymore. If your loved one can no longer care for themselves, then letting them come stay with you may be a good idea. Although this will certainly […]

a Look at the Many Ways in Which the Institution of Marriage Has Changed

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

Marriage used to be the status of choice for the majority of American adults; however, times have changed, and fewer people are opting for this lifestyle. At the same time, it has become an accepted norm to have children without the benefit of marriage, to live together instead of getting married, and to divorce without […]

Christian Marriage Counseling is a Nice Option for Couples on the Brink of Divorce

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

By this time, everyone should realize that marriage is very difficult. One quick look at marriage statistics is all you need to realize this. When it comes to marriage, almost 50% of couples will end up getting divorced. Every marriage will have certain problems. However, not all couples work through their problems the same way. […]

Saving Your Relationship Using Free Marriage Advice

Monday, February 20th, 2012

It’s common for couples to always seek ways to make their relationship even better. Seeing an older couple that’s been married for decades can really hit a nerve with some couples. They’ll wonder what exactly they can do to achieve that level of success for their marriage. It takes using a few simple strategies to […]

Don’t Roll the Dice by Having an Emotional Affair

Friday, February 10th, 2012

Just because you’re married doesn’t mean that you can’t be friends with someone of the opposite sex, as many married people do. Having friends of the opposite sex though can cause problems in your relationship if you’re not careful though. This would open the door to having an emotional affair with your friend. Don’t let […]

Ask for Help if You Need to Save Your Marriage

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

We tend to think that being able to do everything on our own makes us strong. Asking for help is something that many have a problem with. This is certainly not the attitude that you should have as far as your marriage is concerned. Making a marriage survive over the years takes a lot of […]

Trying to Avoid Getting Divorced With the Help of Marriage Counseling

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Even if a particular couple is experiencing problems and needs help from somewhere, they still may be hesitant when it comes to signing up for marriage counseling. It is not uncommon for couples to doubt the benefits of attending marriage counseling. Marriage counseling can put a big dent in your budget, so you wouldn’t necessarily […]

Is it Possible to Save Your Marriage Alone?

Friday, January 27th, 2012

When you get married, you and your partner are virtually forming a team. No matter what happens in the future, you will always need to be there by each other’s sides. It’s not that uncommon for couples to start growing apart from each other the longer they stay together though. This may not be the […]

Both Emotional and Physical Infidelity Can Destroy Your Relationship

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

People can cheat on their spouse without even getting physical with someone else. Instead, it can be played out entirely in the mind. Even though the object of your affections may not know that you’re having lustful thoughts about them, the person is betraying their mate just by thinking what he or she is thinking. […]