Author Archives: marriagerecovery

Distilled Marriage Saving Advice

I wrote this over on the Recovery a Marriage Facebook page and it seems to be helpful there so I best tuck it in here. Shortest post on the blog! “This kept me on the journey to marriage restoration so … Continue reading

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Tips For Dating Your Spouse . . . . When Separated

So you think things are already way too crazy? Get ready for a crash course in Courtship Craziness! First of all, it’s not courtship initially. Your spouse is likely to be considering a date or two as due diligence before … Continue reading

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Staying the Course

I find myself with an unexpected open morning! I’ve been able to work in my visual journal and it was SO good. That of course brings me to think about you, the readers who stumble on this site with all … Continue reading

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Decision Made. Decision Owned.

When you’re on the other side of the crisis there are still these persistent recordings that want to keep playing in your headspace. Any outcome, even the wonderful outcomes can be fraught with ‘what if’, ‘why’, ‘what for’, ‘when’  . … Continue reading

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Quotes That Resonate

I’m going to add quotes to this post from time to time. Quotes that helped me in my darkest days and quotes that I’m finding now that speak to this particular journey. I’ll start with one I read a few … Continue reading

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Distance Education

Course: My Spouse Teacher: Student Led Time: Anytime, for as long as it takes Location: Anywhere Description: In-depth research into your spouse, past/present/future as you seek to understand them as fully as humanly possible. Required reading will be become apparent as … Continue reading

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Dust Settles and Fog Lifts

There are no shortage of metaphors/analogies/idioms used in describing marital crisis. Dust clouds, dense fog, a maze of tunnels, wandering the desert . . . to name a few. For me, I think the rejection was the hardest to bear, … Continue reading

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