I recently had some experiences that gave me a renewed sense of passion about what I do, helping couples improve their marriage and keeping families together.
There has been a lot of media lately around a recent study that was published. It reported that 40 percent of respondents said marriage is becoming obsolete. Phooey!
Marriage has great implications to our health as individuals and as a society. Research has shown over and over again that communities where marriages are strong and previlant have lower crime rates, higher education, lower healthcare costs and other great benefits. The same holds true for individuals.
Divorce may seem like a viable option when you are unhappy or unsatisfied in your marriage. But divorce brings about tremendous upheaval and devastation in it’s aftermath, especially when you have children. You should not have to remain in a miserable marriage, but divorce isn’t the only option. With help, there are things you can do to create a marriage that is what you desire.
I spoke with a woman yesterday who has been through a divorce. She told me her story and stated if she knew then what she knows now, she would have tried harder to make it work. She stated she never realized the devastation that divorce would create in her life.
I am on a mission to educate people about the benefits of marriage and to keep families together and in harmony.
Here is a link to a great article by Michele Weiner-Davis, the author of Divorce Busting.
The Biggest Divorce “Don’t” of All