FITZGERALD asked a question on Aug 31, 2015
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My wife had an affair in past and I can't overcome that truth. Need tips that can help me to start afresh.Today is all that you have. How is your wife behaving today? Has she said sorry to you for having the affair and asked you to forgive her? Can you see that she is trying hard to regain your trust again? And have you both been for marriage counseling to help you get over this hurdle? If the answer to the last three questions is yes, then you need to come to a decision as to whether you will forgive your wife and work towards rebuilding your marriage. It is a choice you can make today. If you cannot forgive her then you should release her and move on. Remaining in a state of indecision will hold both of you in misery and bondage.
FITZGERALD answered a question on Sep 23, 2015 It is very seldom in life that there is only one option. Every day we are faced with many options and many choices to make, and it is our responsibility to choose wisely. Being a single mother is very tough indeed, but rushing into a marriage may just make things worse. It is better to build a support structure of healthy relationships with friends and family, especially if you can be part of a church family. That way you have several people who are willing to help you out in practical ways and support you emotionally when you need it, and somehow the load is spread. If you marry with the intention that your husband must now “carry” you and supply all your needs, this may not always work out the way you imagined.
FITZGERALD answered a question on Sep 23, 2015 Whether or not your marriage can be saved will depend to a large extent on the reason or reasons that have contributed to the breakdown. As there are two equal partners in a marriage it requires both partners to be equally engaged and committed to building a healthy marriage together. If one partner takes more responsibility than the other and somehow feels that saving the marriage is up to them alone, then it does not usually result in a balanced or healthy outcome. When you and your spouse are ready to say together “How can we save our marriage?” then you could benefit greatly by finding a reputable marriage counselor or therapist who can help you to rebuild your marriage together.
FITZGERALD answered a question on Sep 23, 2015 Planning for a honeymoon would most importantly entail making the booking or reservation for the venue where you intend to go, and arranging transport for you and your spouse to arrive there safely. Once that is in place and you know where you are going, then you can plan what kind of wardrobe you need to take, according to the weather expectations and the activities you plan to be involved in. If you are going to a warm beach resort at the ocean, you may need little more than your bathing suit. Mainly your plan would be to spend long lazy days and nights, relaxing with your beloved and enjoying the intimacy of one another’s company twenty four seven.