How can you build a successful marriage when your parents divorced and many of your family members and friends have terrible marriages? It starts with acknowledging that healthy marriages are possible.
A troubled marriage ignites a rush to find an immediate solution, a quick fix to save the marriage. Instead, you must choose to pursue God and wait on Him, not on your spouse or your circumstances.
At the Fall, the battle of the sexes began, and one of the most tragic consequences of that battle is the propensity to divorce.
It’s not over until the judge says you’re divorced. If you’ve destroyed your marriage, there are five things you must not do and seven things you must do if you want to win back your spouse.
When a friend goes through divorce, you’re at a higher risk for divorce. But you’re not doomed to follow that trend. If you build and strengthen your marriage, you can make it stronger than ever.
About a third to a half of all marriages will end in divorce. But by following seven straightforward guidelines most marriages can thrive. Investing in your spouse can produce a happy union.
If you’re considering divorce, think and pray before you make that choice. I believe God expects you to do your absolute best to save your marriage. I’ve seen couples succeed — it’s worth the fight.
Research shows the majority of marriages ending in divorce have average levels of happiness and conflict. Instead of ending, these marriages could be improved over time if the spouses stayed together.
Divorce is difficult for children. Confusion and hurt can often lead to resentment and emotional separation between kids and parents.
The number of marriages that will survive an affair — and go on to build an even stronger relationship afterward — is growing significantly. Although it’s not always possible, there is always hope.