Sometimes, in the midst of trying to save your marriage, you can get lost. You can forget why you are doing this. Your spouse’s negativity, the negativity of others, may drown out your “why.”
Don’t let it. This is important work. Not easy. Not comfortable. But important.
We live in a “disposable” society. No need to learn and grow. No reason to work and improve. Just toss it aside. And the legal system makes it so easy. A colleague of mine, Mike McManus, says that “no-fault” divorce is the wrong term. It is really just “unilateral” divorce.
In this week’s podcast, I want to remind you of the good reasons, the powerful reasons, why you are working to save your marriage.
Maybe this is a little bit of “pep talk,” but it is really just a reminder of just how important your efforts are.
If you have other important reasons, please include them in the comments area below.