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Started by karen . Last reply by Evelyn Sep 15, 2014. 2 Replies

I am a 34 year old and mu hubby is 29 and we are  newlywed today marks 5 months and already my marriage is off to a shaky start alot of our arguments is due to financial problems and also my…Continue


Started by karen . Last reply by Dusty Martin Oct 18, 2013. 1 Reply

I am a 34 year old and mu hubby is 29 and we are  newlywed today marks 5 months and already my marriage is off to a shaky start alot of our arguments is due to financial problems and also my…Continue


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I am new to this site and will b sharing my story soon! Looking forward to getting to know this community. Just by reading the posts I know this will b a good place for me.


Started by karen . Last reply by R.C. May 2, 2013. 1 Reply

I am a 34 year old and mu hubby is 29 and we are  newlywed today marks 5 months and already my marriage is off to a shaky start alot of our arguments is due to financial problems and also my…Continue

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Comment by Diane R on January 22, 2012 at 5:59pm

The most important thing is "don't be alone."  Go to a friends house, go to church... I will pray for you.  Your kids need you to be strong.  Pray about what to do and have faith God will send the Holy Spirit to guide you.  Easy for me to say... I have the hardest time waiting on God.  I want to do it all myself and my way!!  Call on friends and family.  Go to a church and tell them your needs.  Hope this helps and offers hope!!

Comment by julia robinson on January 22, 2012 at 9:25am

im losing my husband and trying to stay strong and keep it together for our children what can i do

Comment by pvariel on December 10, 2011 at 4:22pm

Good to join in here.

wonderful expriences

May God Help & Guide you All

Best Regards


Comment by Beverly L. Leftridge on November 15, 2011 at 10:09pm

I try and try and sometimes I still make mistakes when it comes to my marriage.  I know God is with me and he knows and cares.  I know I am not my mistakes that I am not a failure.  I am a good person because I am made in the likeness and image of God.  I can not listen to the self talk but I have to believe God's word.  I am a good wife.  Matthew 5 says  

6Blessed are they which do hunger and
thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.

7Blessed are the merciful: for
they shall obtain mercy.

Thank you Lord Jesus I am blessed.  I am not a failure. I am more than a conqueror.  In the name of Jesus we win. 

Comment by Diane R on November 13, 2011 at 7:08pm

Hi Cynthia - I feel so bad for you!  I will pray God open your husband's heart to him.  I wish I had some "words of wisdom" to offer.  Just know God is good and have faith you are where you are meant to be and that there is something for you to learn from this experience.  My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Comment by Cynthia Lott Vogel on November 13, 2011 at 7:04pm

I joined this group VERY unwillingly.  I hesitate to talk about the pain I'm going through this marriage of 22 years.  My husband is not a believer and is extremely abusive emotionally and verbally.  There is zero trust left in  our marriage.  We have not been intimate for around three years. We do not see each other for more than five minutes in a day...and we live in the same house!  He stays  in his room and I stay in mine.  the thing that breaks my heart is that I sincerely worked hard at being a good and godly wife....often I failed at that...but my attempts and desire to honor God in my marriage were sincere.  I 've interceded for myhusband and 19 year old daughter (who no longer lives at home) for years and years.

I'm disabled and  in constant severe pain.  there is little I can do for myself anymore and my husband will not lift a finger to help me.  He told me the other day that he is looking forward to my death.  Cruelty like this is hurtful beyond words.  And I'm ashamed to say that my response was less than godly.  I hold very little hope for healing in this marriage...and yet am not willing to walk away from it.  I don' t know what this group can do to help.  But any words would be welcome.

Comment by Julia on October 26, 2011 at 6:35pm
Pray for me. pray for me to get out of my own selfishness and learn how to love my husband like Christ loves me... I so easily get caught up in all the "wrong" things he's doing and I don't focus on the right... I'm just so discouraged, and I need to know I'm in someones prayers. I feel so weak right now... Also, pray for me to open up more. I am really bad at communication.. I tend to close up and act like nothings wrong, when I need to tell him how I feel and why I feel that way, instead of simply accusing and expecting him to fix it... I guess im just acared of rejection... Thanks
Comment by Diane R on October 10, 2011 at 2:39pm
I live in beautiful San Diego, CA.  I attend The Rock Church whenever I can.  I work weekends so it's hard to go on Sundays.  I decided to watch as much of the service live, online at work yesterday.  Wow!!  What an awesome topic.  My marriage is hard sometimes, really hard.  But God and my faith are much tougher than that.  My marriage and family are a gift directly from God.  I truly see that now.  Visit this site and watch some of Miles McPhearson's teachings.  He's a great pastor.  The Rock Church San Diego - We are Wired for Love
Comment by Larry Wicks on October 9, 2011 at 11:56am
ok so a month ago today my little girl was born and i'll admit that she is my world. the 10th of september my wife and i got into a fight because we had 9 months to get ready for Erianna and i had done nothing to help her out. i held my little girl for the last time that day and before i left i gave her a kiss and i said that i am sorry that i am not the father that your mother wants me to be and i'm sorry that i am a dead beat dad but i will always love you, and i mainly said that so my wife could hear. later that day we were still fighting, and she told me that she that she wanted out. i was devistated that the woman i loved with my whole being didn't love me any more. thats when God grabbed me and i knew if i wanted to save my marriage i needed to everything in my power to help it out.i went to the mall and i went to the book store because my grandmother told me that fireproof was based upon the book called the love dare. i knew i had do go to the very extream to show my wife that she ment more to me then anything in this world. it is amazing what God can do in two weeks when one has a willing heart. it wasnt tell my wife was talking to me again that she told me what i did and had been doing is concidered verbal abuse. i would never call her names i just would say mean and hurtful things to her and not talk to her for like weeks, because thats how mad she would make me. it wasnt tell i started doing the love dare that i woke up to the way that i was and how i had been treating my wife and step daughter, i cried for a bit untill God comforted me and said i would not be the same man again. today is day 31 and my wife has joined me in doing the love dare because she wanted to know what i was reading that was that motivating that i would change back into the man who she fell in love with at 17. i felt i was supposed to put this on here this morning when i heard it on the radio. i hope that this helps anyone out there. fireproof is a great movie the love dare is a amazing book but without God nothing is is possible. if you still love your spouce and they are ready to leave ask God if this book would help change you and them to bring you closer together like the way you were when you first married.
Comment by Faith on September 17, 2011 at 7:34pm
i'm lost in marriage, love & myself...........what to do?????

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