Married and Alone: Healing Exercises for Spouses
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 workbook offers practical suggestions and techniques which bring about healing and recovery for all those impacted by this condition. Spouses of intimacy anorexics will find many tried and true exercises that have helped men and women who, like you, have found themselves married and alone. Married and Alone helps you understand why you feel unloved or disconnected in your marriage, and provides tried and true exercises that have helped others successfully work through recovery from their spouse’s intimacy anorexia.
This is the related workbook to the Married and Alone book and part of the Married and Alone Book Set along with 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.