Can a difficult marriage change? The answer, I’m happy to report, is Yes. Here’s how my difficult marriage has changed for the better in the past 20 years.
If your husband suffers from workaholism, it is hard on you as a wife. I have had to live with this tough reality for over 18 years. But I’ve found ways to cope even though my husband still has workaholic tendencies. I want to share this hope with you.
Are you a wife who secretly questions her worth? Maybe you struggle with perfectionism, or perhaps you feel criticized in your marriage. If so, I have hope and encouragement for you today.
Do you know how important it is for you to support your husband in his work? He may not tell you in so many words, but your support as his loving wife is essential.
Too often, I’ve failed to show support to my husband in his work. This took a heavy toll on our marriage. Through trial and error, I’ve found better ways to support him and even confront when necessary. These practices have helped me grow in faith and character, and our marriage is better because I’ve changed.
I’m sharing about ways you can support your husband in his work at A Wife Like Me today. Here’s a peek at my post, and I hope you’ll head over to read the rest.
I’m happy to recommend these two excellent books on difficult marriage to help spouses find hope and be proactive.