Many struggle struggling with the idea of separation, inevitability of divorce, or have already experienced the end of a marriage. But there is hope when it comes to taking the next step in healing after making the decision to undo a bond that’s been worn too thin.
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Almost a year ago on Valentine's Day, my husband gifted me with an eight-page letter detailing all the issues that he has in regards to the Church and that he was done with all of it. Not long after the letter, his garments came off. He started to drink coffee and alcoholic beverages. Stories emerged of flirtations with other women, I have felt my life crumbling out from under me.
The Book of Mormon gives us the pattern of how to live a joyful life that will lead to our eternal happiness. We have been counseled to read and reread this sacred book. Not just once, but many times. Daily reading of these scriptures will be a continual guiding influence for good as we travel our mortal journey.
My husband and I have had a stressful marriage and I’ve felt distant from him for years. Something happened recently that has now created even more distance and I’m not sure how to fix it.
Making time for making love is a significant challenge in our fast-paced lifestyles. Making your spouse a priority is a necessary ingredient in making your spouse feel loved. In a loving, mutually respectful relationship when sexual intimacy is a high priority for one spouse, then it needs to be a high priority for the other.
Instead of inconveniences and irritations, some people see goodness and blessings. One of my heroes is John Glenn. He is a hero because of his pioneering space accomplishments both as a young man and as a mature man. He was a conscientious politician. But perhaps he was most heroic in his marriage.