To the Wife Who Is Tired of Fighting For Her Marriage

  1. Melanie says:

    What a refreshing perspective and very practical advice. Much needed. Thank you, Debra!

  2. Angie says:

    Thanks for the advice. It seems as if for the past 2-3 years around the same time of the year my husband and I start having heated arguments. I’ve cried out to God more so this time because I take my vows very seriously and I want to save my marriage. When we have arguments he starts yelling and won’t even listen to my explanation of why. He doesn’t talk to me. He will leave the house and don’t say anything. Even when we’re like this before I leave the house I will kiss him, tell him that I love him and for him to have a great day. I try to resolve our differences before bed, but he doesn’t. Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one who is trying to save this marriage. What really bothers me is he is a deacon at church and I’m just a member and he handles things as if I would. What’s wrong with this picture. He said there is nobody else but I wonder. The majority of the time when I cry is behind this marriage. My faith has definitely been tested. I don’t think God hears me but I know He does. What should I do?

  3. Renee says:

    I have been trying to save my marriage for years. I have taken the wrong even though I am not, I have put myself at the back and no appreciation or consideration is shown. I am just tired of fighting. I have resolved in myself that whatever he decided to do then let it be. I don’t care anymore

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