Are you wondering if there is a way to save a failing marriage where divorce seems imminent?
The answer is, yes.
Although it seems quite unilkely to turn things around so dramatically when your relationship seems like it's at the end of its rope, we have seen countless couples do a 180 and change the direction of their marriage.
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In order to make a big turnaround, you need to make a big shift, not just in the way you behave and treat each other, but the way you view your relationship. You need an awakening of consciousness, an entirely new perspective that will make sense of your marriage conflict and provide you hope that you can be successful. Let's not forget, you need to actually experience that new success to believe it is actually achievable.
All of these ingredients can be found in our Marriage Retreats. We don't work with couples weekly anymore because we feel that if you're in crisis, you need the big shift. You just can't get that quick enough in weekly sessions if you want to save a failing marriage where divorce seems imminent.
We believe in the power of the intensive experience to be able to understand how relationships really work, how your conflict will prove to you that you're actually in the right marriage, and what you can do to make it a happy one. In addition to the education you will receive, you wil also experience new processes that will help you see your spouse in a new way. You will know that change is possible when you feel heard for the first time, when you can talk about a difficult issue without storming out of the room.
Plus, we include 2 months of follow-up sessions to make sure this eye-opening experience can be integrated in your everyday life.
There is a way to save a failing marriage where divorce seems imminent. Try a marriage retreat. You won't be disappointed.