The Day My Marriage Died: Healing In The Wake of Divorce
Marriage is a sacred union between a man and a woman. When couples enter into this union, they do so because they love each other so much they cannot imagine living life without that person. The word of God says, “the two shall become one.” This is why we know each other from the inside out. We know how to show that person love and know what buttons to press to make them angry. That’s the reason many couples feel such passion and rage toward their spouse.
So what happens when one or both parties in the marriage want out. What happens next? For many the death of a marriage is like the death of a part of themselves. Divorce is no easy thing. No one comes into a marriage thinking that they will divorce. In a society where divorce is all too common, most people think that it will be easier than what it really is. The connection developed with a spouse is not simply broken when a divorce decree is finalized. Healing must take place.
The attached article discusses the pain of divorce and the process of healing
The Day My Marriage Died: Healing in the Wake of Divorce
Author: Laura Petherbridge, When “I Do” Becomes “I Don’t”
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