Marriage Sherpa Offers Free Advice on How to Save a Marriage Alone
Marriage Sherpa, leading marriage counseling website, publishes information about saving a marriage when one of the spouses isn’t cooperating.
(PRWEB) August 02, 2012
Leading marriage counseling website Marriage Sherpa publishes information on how to save a marriage alone.
“Saving your marriage when it’s in crisis isn’t easy—especially if one partner isn’t committed to making changes. And there isn’t a way you can force your spouse to want to cooperate and work with you, nor can you control your spouse’s actions—or lack of action. In fact, forcing the issue may only serve to push your husband or wife further away,” Marriage Sherpa notes.
A spouse who has lost hope on a marriage will be reluctant in exerting effort to make it work. “The only thing that is within your power is your commitment to the relationship, and the actions you take,” Marriage Sherpa advices.
The marriage counseling website gives three things that can be done if the spouse is not willing to work on saving a marriage. The article can be found here:
Marriage Sherpa offers online marriage counseling tips to those seeking help from a marriage counselor. We partner with experienced certified marriage therapists and marriage counselors to provide marriage saving courses and programs designed to save marriages, survive affairs, and stop a divorces. Does marriage counseling work? Of course, but marriage counseling costs can really add up. Stop the endless and costly search for help with your marriage. Hope is available at MarriageSherpa.com.
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