You already know that, though, don’t you. Here’s the real news. Yes, relationships and marriage are hard, but divorce is often much harder, and not just for you or your spouse. Divorce affects the lives of the rest of your family as well, especially children, close friends, and family members that may be invested in your relationship as much as you are.
That’s why anyone who has experienced a divorce knows, the best option is to work out the problems and save the marriage if at all possible. Calling it quits, going through a divorce, should not be the first solution that comes to mind when times gets tough.
If you give anything less than a 100% effort to fix the problems that are plaguing your marriage, you are doing a great disservice to yourself and your family. This report is meant to help you maneuver through some of the pitfalls of a troubled marriage. It’s not meant to replace marriage counseling, only to give you some thought provoking ways to challenge you and your spouse to consider building on what you have together and the feelings that brought you together in the first place, because, to put it simply…
Divorce Is The Easy Way Out – Or Is It? We are human; often weak, often selfish, often overwhelmed. That’s why we are quick to say “it’s just not working anymore.” It feels easier in the moment to just give in to the urge to back off and walk away from a tough situation. Did I mention we’re human?