But at the weekend they recognized they had a problem.
They realized they needed to take steps toward oneness as a couple by biblically resolving conflict, listening to each other, and making God the Builder of their home.
Barbara and I feel its dividing tug in our relationship when we have disagreements and misunderstandings.
Although they seldom missed church, and no one who knew them would have guessed it, isolation had firmly entrenched itself in their marriage.
Had this couple not attended a Family Life Weekend to Remember® getaway, their marriage might have continued its spiral farther into isolation and, ultimately, divorce.
Unmet needs indicate the presence of isolation in a marriage, and slipping into a state of isolation may to offer protection and self-preservation.
Although silence feels like a security blanket, it is perilously deceptive.
May I recommend three important choices you need to make?