Everybody has heard the saying, “It takes two to tango, right?” They take that to mean that both people have to take dance lessons to do it right. Well, we’re using it in a slightly different way here – In reality, if just one person learns some new steps, some “new moves” if you will,
A recent study was published in the Family Court Review. The study, "Interest in Marital Reconciliation Among Divorcing Parents," is the first of its kind that profiles the interest in divorced parents' interest in reconciling with their spouse. The study found that about one in four parents believed that their marriage could still be saved
So, you want to now the real difference between the people who stay happily married and the people who don’t? The people who stay happily married are willing to work on it. They’re willing to learn, to grow, to change, to take risks and to take action. Basically, they’re willing to do whatever it takes.
Why do so many people’s attempt to save their marriages fail? What are they doing? or not doing? Why do so many who go to counseling still separate? Here’s what you need to know to save your marriage and succeed where others fail. Not all therapists are created equal – Now, I recognize that might
You absolutely can save your marriage even if your partner doesn't want to work on it. This can be such a scary time. One can feel vulnerable, hopeless and panicked. They want things to change in their marriage but aren’t sure how. Unfortunately, Many people believe that their marriages will get better as soon as