Divorce is, to many people, a “bad” word. When news breaks that a couple is getting divorced, friends and family may just assume that someone cheated, or at the very least, a very specific, singular problem as at the heart of the breakup. The real nature of divorces, however, is never so cut and dry.

When things are at their worst, you might feel hopeless. You might feel like there isn’t anything left to be done – but even when you feel like you’re at the end of the rope, there are still a few steps you can take to avoid succumbing to divorce. Before you throw in the towel,

When you’re struggling in a marriage, it’s perfectly normal to think in terms of direct fixes, of night and day changes in your situation, when in reality relationships don’t change that instantaneously. And while it may be frustrating to hear, the answers to specific “what should I do” questions are often much, much broader than

It’s something we never really want to think about – the dreaded moment where we’ve tried and tried, and the only solution that seems to be left is to separate from our spouse. Now, if you’ve been following our blog or subscribing to the StrongMarriageNow System, you know that we believe marriages can be saved

What if, after all the fights and problems, you finally decide to call it quits with your spouse – then, after all of the complicated and stressful divorce process, once everything is finalized and you are officially no longer married – you have a change of heart and wish you could take it back? Unfortunately,

There’s a commonly believed relationship myth out there:  “Everyone in the family will be happier if we just get a divorce.”  Do you find yourself thinking the same thing?  Are you wondering if you’ll be better off apart? Well the truth is, in most cases, this is far from the truth.  There are countless research