There is so much information about failing marriages.
I want us to start talking about successful marriages.
Let us start talking about challenging marriages that parties worked on and ultimately became blissful.
There are people seeing failing marriages and all that they have as a frame of reference are troubled families that ended badly.
The more we populate the space with working relationships, the more hope it gives the people that may have given up.
We went through challenges ourselves, but we turn challenges into building stronger bonds. We did not allow it to pull us apart. It wasn’t easy, but we refused to give divorce, involvement of
parents/relations or separation as an option. The option we have has always been reasoning things out together.
Am I saying there are no instances where parents or relations could get involved?
Their involvement is not what should form the norm for running your home, it should be to offer better perspectives “IF” it becomes “ABSOLUTELY” necessary. I will candidly suggest that the better approach should be for the two parties to deliberately and willingly make things work through the display of maturity, flexibility and accepting responsibilities.
You should choose to work together!
Have you done the latter and problems still persist? Talk to a professional counselor.
We need real stories of homes that went through challenges and came out successfully without destroying the relationship.
If you are willing to share yours or with permission to share another person’s own, kindly bring it up.
Are there others that are difficult to resolve, but are willing to talk to a counselor, equally bring it up.
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