Wilmington, NC (PRWEB) August 28, 2012
Marriage Sherpa publishes advice on how to stop divorce despite learning of extramarital affairs. The leading marriage advice website teaches couples on how to survive infidelity and how counseling can help.
The website sympathizes with couples experiencing a hard time in their marriage, saying that “other than dealing with death, a marriage in crisis is one of the toughest emotional times you could ever have—especially if you’re trying to decide if the marriage should end.”
In answer to the blow that is infidelity and its possible aftermath, which is divorce, Marriage Sherpa encourages couples to seek a counselor, someone who could help decide on whether the marriage can still be saved.
The website listed some pointers to help couples determine whether a relationship is worth saving. Pointers include questions such as “Is your cheating spouse willing and able to work on the marriage?”, “Has your spouse ended the affair?”, and “Has your spouse communicated a desire to repair the marriage?”
However, Marriage Sherpa states that the couples need to decide on what to do on their own.
“A marriage counselor can’t answer the question of whether or not you should seek a divorce—that’s something for you and your spouse to decide. And as the injured spouse, you may feel a divorce is what you should do,” the report says.
What a counselor does, according to the website, is to help the couple resolve issues and establish a stronger relationship. “Whether you decide to try couples counseling or seek a divorce, your decision will change your life,” Marriage Sherpa concludes.
Marriage Sherpa offers online marriage counseling tips to those seeking help from a marriage counselor. We partner with experienced certified marriage therapists and marriage counselors to provide marriage saving courses and programs designed to save marriages, survive affairs, and stop a divorces. Does marriage counseling work? Of course, but marriage counseling costs can really add up. Stop the endless and costly search for help with your marriage. Hope is available at MarriageSherpa.com.