Married and Alone Book
UNDERSTAND WHY YOU FEEL MARRIED AND ALONE – Do you feel like you’re just not getting the love you need from your husband or wife? Does your spouse make you feel completely alone, despite being married? Are you wondering what has led to the divide between the two of you and what is going on inside their mind and heart? The first step to recovering your marriage intimacy is understanding what caused the loss of it, and then ensuring you and your spouse work together to achieve closeness again.
CLARITY ON THE PATH TO TAKE TO REGAIN INTIMACY – Have you been questioning what it will take to start building intimacy in your marriage but not been able to find the answers? Does it feel like no matter what you try, your partner just gets more distant? Do some of their actions leave you confused? Your path to real intimacy will be unique to your relationship, but you will be able to stop struggling with intimacy if you first understand what you both need and why you need it.
INSIGHTS INTO HOW YOU CAN INCREASE TRUST AND INTIMACY – Do you feel lost as to how to even start to improve your relationship with your spouse and get it back on track? Your marriage is unique, but there are universally proven steps you can take to become closer in the ways you both need. It is possible to reclaim the love of your life, if you both rededicate yourselves to helping your relationship from the inside, out.
STEPS TO MARITAL INTIMACY BASED ON OVER 30 YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING EXPERIENCE – Dr. Douglas Weiss, PhD believes any couple can work through intimacy issues and conquer fear of intimacy. He is a prolific author, psychologist, President of the American Association for Sex Addiction Therapy, and Executive Director of Heart to Heart Counseling Center in Colorado Springs, where they offer 3 and 5-day intensives for building intimacy in christian marriage.
HEALING FOR YOUR MARRIAGE SO YOU CAN RECLAIM YOUR COUPLES INTIMACY – As Christians, we are called upon to “do the work” and fix what is broken in our marriage. Divorce is not inevitable, and not all intimacy issues require couples therapy. Although this work can tax us emotionally and spiritually, it is possible to minimize the stress of the recovery process on you and your spouse with this resource. Thoughtfully find your way back to intimacy by rebuilding the love you shared on day one.
Do you feel unloved, disconnected, and alone in your marriage? Is your relationship lacking intimacy or completely sexless, like your partner is just a roommate? Have you tried again and again to get the love you desire from your spouse, only to feel unwanted and neglected? When we marry, we hope to have a life of closeness and connectedness with our spouse, but surprisingly some spouses realize that they feel married and alone after they wed.
If you feel uncherished and untouched inside your marriage, you may be married to someone who struggles with intimacy anorexia. This book unlocks the understanding of intimacy anorexia and shares the experiences of men and women who, like you, have found themselves married and alone. With practical suggestions and techniques to bring about recovery, this guidebook brings healing to those with a lack of intimacy in their relationship. Married and Alone helps you understand why you feel unloved or disconnected in your marriage with tried and true exercises that have helped others successfully work through recovery from their spouse’s intimacy anorexia.
This book is part of the Married and Alone Book Set along with the Married and Alone: Healing Exercises for Spouses workbook and the Married and Alone: The Twelve Step Guide. Rebuild your relationship, regain lost trust, and reestablish intimacy after the damage of your or your partner’s sexual addiction with our guide for sex addicts and their spouses.
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