How Can You Repair the Emotional Damage in your Marriage
Very few things in this world have more reach and negative power than when the emotional connection in your marriage is in disrepair.
The emotional disconnect takes its toll.
Perhaps you only become aware of its power when a crisis erupts such as an extra-marital affair.
Other times, the emotional disconnect is like an air conditioner humming in the background. It’s white noise. You usually are not aware of the noise but when your attention is called to it, the noise annoys and demands your energy.
Emotional disconnect is like living continually with a low grade fever. At times, when you feel most vulnerable, it intensifies in the form of a crisis that threatens the health and perhaps existence of your marriage.
Addressing and repairing the emotional disconnect allows your marriage to blossom and opens new avenues for intimacy and joy.
I’m sure you want that.
I’m recommending you get a copy of “Save My Marriage – powerful secrets to rescue your marriage” to help you repair the emotional disconnect and create new streams of understanding and closeness.
Click here to get your copy of Emotional Connection here:
You will benefit by reading the “6 Step Relationship Life Cycle.”
You are not typically taught to think in terms of marriage stages or processes.
You will learn how to mentally stand back and see the larger picture of your marriage growth. This “standing back” is often the first step in feeling less stuck and seeing more options for you and your loved one.
Here are other sections you will find helpful:
The top 7 Marriage Mistakes to Avoid
Dealing with Conflict and Anger
Identifying specific expectations and standards
How to work as a team
How to handle money
What about the workplace?
The place of children in a marriage
You will be walked through the 5 Stages of Coping with a Marital Crisis.
And, an important chapter speaks to Sex and Intimacy.
Room is given for you to complete exercises alone that help you target and expand on specific issues. And, if both you and your spouse share a commitment to growth, you both will be provided exercises and checklists for you to work on together.
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P.S. I always recommend getting your hands on as many helpful products you can when you commit to change and growth. Each author has something for YOU.