Let's Talk About My Marriage Rehab Home Study Course For Couples
I created my Marriage Rehab Infidelity Coaching Recovery Home Study Course for couples who want to rebuild their relationship using the fewest possible steps.
This isn’t the traditional counseling approach you may be used to.
Rather than being passive talk therapy, my Marriage Rehab home study marriage course is an active learning and skill-building program based on methods that work.
Couples learn how to:
- Forgive (and accept forgiveness)
- Allow the past to be over
- Live transparently
- Embrace radical honesty
- Restore trust and integrity
- Redesign their relationship rules
- Create and sustain sexual happiness
The best part?
You never have to leave your home to participate! Because it’s all online, you can now access the entire course from any computer… anywhere in the world.
Is my Marriage Rehab marriage rebuilding course right for you?
Obviously, Marriage Rehab isn’t right for every couple.
It’s not a quick fix. It’s not a magic bullet. And it’s not a substitute for clinical or medical treatment.
But what it can do is shorten the timeline from where you are today to where you want to be. Go here for more details on exactly how Marriage Rehab works, and whether it’s right for you and your partner.
Which brings us to an important point.
When infidelity rocks a relationship, you have two options staring you in the face. You must decide whether to stay or walk away.
What is the difference between marriages that end and those that rebuild?
The differences can be summed up in just two words: LOVE and WILLINGNESS. And here’s why:
You’ll need love because:
- Only love can inspire forgiveness (nothing else has the power to overlook betrayal).
- Only the memory of love can inspire the desire to love again.
- Only love gives a hurt partner the courage to run towards the marriage rather than run away.
- Only love has the power to restore trust, rekindle romance, and help you get past the hurt.
I believe it’s because of the power of love why the Chinese characters for the word “crisis” represents both danger and the possibility of turning that danger toward the better.
Because… WITH LOVE, ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE.
The other thing you’ll need is willingness.
To understand why willingness is so important, it helps to understand what happens when willingness is absent.
What is the absence or opposite of willingness?
I’m convinced that resistance (lack of willingness) is at the root of most arguments, conflicts, and power struggles. And I’m not alone in this belief. I think if we were to poll 1000 counselors, life coaches, therapists, and psychologists and ask them what they think is the biggest obstacle their clients face, I believe at least 900 of them would agree that it’s “resistance”.
- Resistance to facing reality… is what leads to delusions.
- Resistance to love… is what creates fear.
- Resistance to forgiving… is what creates resentment.
- Resistance to letting go… is what creates obsessions, phobias, and addictions.
- Resistance to being present… is what creates boredom and restlessness.
On the other hand…
Willingness brings us exactly the opposite results.
- Willingness to face reality… is what allows us to be honest.
- Willingness to love… is what releases us from fear.
- Willingness to let go… is what gives us freedom.
- Willingness to “live in the present”… is what banishes boredom.
- And willingness to accept the things we cannot change… is what allows us to be happy.
But, here’s the best thing about willingness:
It’s a lot like peanut butter; just a little goes a long way. In the beginning, you don’t have to feel a whole lot of willingness to save a marriage. Even a tiny amount — about the size of a mustard seed — is enough to move the highest mountain.
Here’s the beautiful truth:
The choice to rebuild is risky, but it doesn’t have to be a gamble if you have even a
teaspoon of willingness in your mind and even the tiniest spark of love in your heart.
How can I be so sure?
- Because love is not a feeling; it’s a choice. If you made it once, then you can choose to make it again.
- Because the same love that brought you together in the beginning can bring you back together in the end.
- Because forgiveness is not a divine experience, it’s a human ability.
- And because nothing (I mean nothing) is impossible to a willing heart.
Is rebuilding really a matter of love and willingness?
Yes. How could it not be? If you don’t believe me, then consider the opposite.
Without love, what would motivate a betrayed partner to forgive? (Truly forgive, that is.)
Without love, what would inspire compassion? Understanding? Trust? And without willingness to change… willingness to stand in the storm… willingness to learn from mistakes… how could any wayward partner be trustworthy again?
The reality is none of that would be possible. That’s why love and willingness are the two keys that unlock the door to rebuilding a stronger marriage after infidelity.
So where do you go from here?
Will you divorce or rebuild?
As I said in the beginning of this article, only you can make that decision. I have faith that I’ve given you some tools to help you make the decision that’s right for you.
However, here’s part of what I know:
Regardless of which path you take, you’re going to be okay. Why? Because I know there’s a place inside you that is stronger than anything outside you.
Tap into that place, and let it guide you.