Remember those early days of dating? You could hardly sleep! You waited nervously by the phone, waiting for that call. You had trouble eating, and if you were in school, your grades probably suffered.
That’s what love is all about.
But then perhaps you got married, and the pressures of work, the busyness of life, and a crowded schedule caused that initial excitement to fade. It’s true that love changes from infatuation to a steadier, calmer, deeper love. That’s normal and healthy.
But being married for a long time doesn’t mean that your love has to cool; while love does change over time, you can renew that freshness of those days when you first fell in love.
Or maybe the marriage is officially over, and you’re thinking about how to reconcile with your ex. “Rekindling the Flame” will give you practical strategies that you can follow to strengthen your marriage or win back an estranged spouse.
This handy resource will also address the more difficult question about whether the relationship does deserve a second chance. Sometimes it’s better to cut your losses and move on; so you’ll get advice on evaluating the relationship and whether it’s better to let it go and move on in your life.“Rekindling the Flame” will get you thinking about the relationship you are in, or the one that just ended, and help you make the hard choices that you need to make your emotional and relational health.