Monday, 5 December 2016

What if my spouse won’t admit there’s a problem in our marriage?

It is not necessary for your spouse to admit there is a problem for God to begin working. God does not allow these types of situations in our lives to bring problems to us, but rather to reveal problems in us. The healing begin process may well begin as we stop living to the demands of our spouse and begin looking to God for our peace and security. As we place our faith in God, in time He will reveal His truth to us. In the meantime, there are others who have been where you are now who can help you uncover the truth as well as provide their insight and support on how to survive the ordeal you are facing.
Many times people want to know the definition of betrayal.
To some, it is about having intercourse and other sexual contact with another person. With others, betrayal is more about one’s spouse feeling emotionally connected to someone else- late conversations of a personal nature with a co-worker, or an on-going, intimate friendship with another person. To others, it is secrecy. This may involve secret email accounts, cell phones, Internet behavior, or an unwillingness to share information about whereabouts, spending habits, or life plans.
The fact is, there is no universal definition of betrayal. When two people are married, they must care about each other’s feelings. They don’t always have to agree, but they must behave in ways that make the relationship feel safe. Therefore, if one person feels threatened or betrayed, his or her spouse must do some soul searching and change in ways to accommodate those feelings. In other words, betrayal is in the eye of the beholder. If you or your partner feel betrayed, you need to change what you’re doing to make the marriage work. According to Michele Weiner-Davis, article Know About Affairs.
My advice : Be faithful to your spouse. Set a tone of faith, trust in your marriage by proving yourself worthy of his/hers trust and if someone accuses you of cheating on he/she dismiss it by correcting the mistake you did in the past, try to correct the past wrongs through your actions towards your partner.
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1 comment:

  1. A spouse's unwillingness to take responsibility for their actions and make amends is a major roadblock in trusting relationships and understanding why your spouse won't admit their mistake is equally important