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"I love you, but I'm not in love with you anymore." "We got married for all the wrong reasons." "I'm not attracted to you anymore." "Why can't you admit that we just made a mistake?" "My affair isn't the reason our marriage isn't working." "I never really loved you in the first place." "It's time to tell the kids it's over."
Does any of this sound familiar? If so, my heart goes out to you. There is little that is more painful than the feeling of love slipping through your fingers. It hurts to wake up in the morning. You feel disoriented and dizzy. Nothing else matters. Your life, your thoughts, your feelings, your entire being is about your spouse falling out of love with you. How could this happen? What went wrong? Didn't you both promise to love, honor, and cherish each other through good times and bad, through sickness and through health, for richer or for poorer until death do you part? What happened to the dreams you had for the future?
If you have come here, you are probably someone who, though hurt and devastated by your spouse's proclamation that your marriage is over, refuses to accept it as a marital death sentence. I applaud you. You know that ending a marriage is no way to solve relationship problems. You feel surer than you've ever felt about anything in your life that, no matter how tough things are right now, they can get better. And most of all, you know that to fight for your marriage is well worth it. The trouble is, your spouse doesn't know this yet. And, chances are, what you've been doing to convince him or her hasn't been working too well. That's why you're here. You want keep your marriage together but you aren't quite sure what to do next. That's why I'm glad you found your way here. I am going to help you do just that. But before I do, let me tell you a little bit about myself.
For more than two decades, I have been a marriage therapist, specializing in helping couples make their marriage work. But it wasn't always that way. Early in my career, like many therapists, I assumed that if people were unhappy in their marriage, they should just get out. After all, I told myself, life is short and we all have the right to be happy. But I soon learned the truth about divorce. It doesn't necessarily bring happiness. In fact, in most cases, divorce creates more problems than it solves.
Once I figure this out and truly took it to heart, I stopped being neutral about the benefits of working things out and the pitfalls of getting out. I became a zealot for marriage. I stopped pretending that the pain from divorce is only temporary. I grew determined to help people keep their families together. I focused all of my energies on developing methods to help couples fall back in love again. And I succeeded. I created the Divorce Busting® program; a method that has enabled me to help thousands of couples restore their love, even couples who I would have once deemed in "dead on arrival" marriages. I knew I had to spread the word and proceeded to write my best-selling book, Divorce Busting. And save marriages it did! And I've been helping people solve problems and save their marriages ever since.
If the road to marriage recovery has been a lonely one so far, that's all about to change. Even though we've never met, you'll be surprised by how well I know you and the issues with which you've been struggling. After you've spent some time on DivorceBusting.com, read the articles and first chapters posted here to get you started, you will think I've been camping out in your living room for years! Here's what you need to do to learn everything you need to know to divorce-proof your marriage. Welcome to DivorceBusting.com
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