The wedding ceremony is a high point for most couples. Pledging to love and honor each other, we look toward the future with eager anticipation of how great marriage is going to be.
After a while, though, maybe you look around and realize your marriage isn’t what you expected. It’s hard to understand — you’re committed to each other and trying to do everything right, but the relationship still feels flat. Do any of these statements resonate for you?
The goal in marriage should be happiness — right?
You lit a unity candle at your wedding and thought over time you’d become “one.” But truth be told, you feel like you’re losing something of yourself in the process … and that bothers you.
You love each other even when you don’t always like each other — surely that will be enough to get through the hard times?
On today’s Focus on the Family® Broadcast, relationship experts Greg Smalley and Robert Paul discuss themes from their new book 9 Lies That Will Destroy Your Marriage … and the Truths That Will Save It and Set It Free.
If your relationship is nearing (or at) a breaking point, we hope you will consider Focus on the Family’s Hope Restored® program. Hope Restored has an exceptional success rate in healing troubled marriages. You will be equipped with tools to help your marriage thrive again.