I am Really Questioning My Marriage Right Now

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  1. eloleddie says:

    We need to remember that “love” is not a choice in marrriage, but a comman. Weshall love our spouse, in spite of his/her/my shortcomings. “Love never fails”, if we also rememvber Christ’s love for us.

  2. Elise says:

    Wow! and Amen!

  3. Elsie Bouwman says:

    “It was the worst of times, it was the best of times.” Lived in the worst of times, and the best of times and have a love for my spouse, greater than I have known.

  4. April K says:

    I think it’s good to remember that marriage is often difficult, even for those of us who aren’t struggling with big issues like anger or addiction. My spouse is an excellent husband and father, but there are times when things aren’t going so well that I question the strength of my commitment. But then I slide right back into the trenches, deal with the heart issues, and get back on track.

    I’ve found that one of the best ways to deal with a spouse’s anger is through gentleness and grace. When he seems particularly out of sorts, I approach him with genuine concern and invite him to share what’s bothering him. I do my best to provide understanding and validation. Then I explain how his anger affects me and our son–how it’s scary, confusing and sometimes hurtful. I ask if there’s anything I can do to help him feel less stressed around the house. I’ve found that the more I model gentleness and patience in our household, the more he tries to practice those things, too.