“How can I save my marriage?” If you’ve started wondering this question to yourself, you’re not alone. Sometimes it seems like the whole world is trying to prevent you from saving your marriage. Your careers, your finances, your families, your spouse, and sometimes even yourself. So with all that going on, how can you save your marriage?
While it is certainly true that there are many factors working against having a happy marriage, you are not alone. There is help and there are resources. Congo Counseling offers help for you and your husband or wife, whether your marriage is on the rocks or you are newlyweds looking for some advice.
If You Are Desperate For Help With A Difficult Marriage
If you’re at the end of your rope and you’re marriage is failing, don’t wait to contact us. With 34 years of experience working together and 43 years of marriage, Dr. David and Janet Congo have real experience through their own marriage and with couples just like you. We can be reached by phone or through our contact page. If you reach our voice mail please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Tools For Building Your Relationship
Dr. David and Janet Congo offer tips and tools for helping you keep the wow in your vow. By Welcoming Other’s World. Each week their insight, experience, and education are put into practice.
The first tool is our Conscious Lover’s Blog. This is our main blog and where you can go to find topical advice and timely wisdom. Dr. David and Janet talk about relevant issues facing couples today.
The second tool, which comes out on Wednesday of each week, is our Marriage Meditation blog, featuring insightful quotes, and inspired wisdom from a variety of great sources. It is meant to be the perfect midweek pick-me-up for your marriage.
Finally is the Marriage Moments space. This is your weekend conversation starter. If you’ve found your dialogs have become monologues, then this is just what you need. Even if you only want to take your talks to the next level this is a great way to find out what is on your spouse’s mind. Just make sure that you both have time and are ready to share what’s on your heart.