How long do I have to wait? is a question
that I am asked quite frequently.
The question can cover various topics but
most often the question is asked by an
individual who wants out of a marriage.
Here are a few of the points that I work
- You are in a marriage and dont feel
‘ ‘in love with your mate any longer
- You feel lonely, rejected, hurt and
you dont think that you can take one
- The path seems so confusing that
you dont know where to do.
- You have been talking to a member
of the opposite sex about your
marriage problems and are “falling
in love” with them.
- You want to “find yourself” but dont
know where to start.
The list can goon and on but for
the sake of time lets stick with these basics
Lets look at point one. I can
understand that the feeling of love
can diminish during the “hard
times”, but its during these times
that we can develop a powerful
”choosing” to love your mate no
matter what happens will cause one
to seek answers from a certified
christian Therapist and of God and
His Word (The Bible)
Point two can be one of the most
difficult things to endure.
Loneliness can be a killer and its been
proven in research. But it doesn’t
have to be that way.
Learning who you are and how God
created you to be is the first step to
truly understanding the “whys” that
you’ve wanted tn learn.
Point three shows that a couple or
even a single person WILL reach the
point that they simply dont know
where they are in life and dont know
where to go next.
Based on how God created you…
you may be taking a path that you
are not “wired to take.
Point four is a dangerous place to be
because moving toward an affair or
participation in an affair will hurt
you more that you may realize.
Seeking “validation” will open doors
that are best left closed. I’m talking
about ”spiritual doors” that can rob
you of your emotional health, your
physical health and definitely your
opening spiritual doors will cause
you to change your thought patterns
and change your life in a way that
you may not like once you move
If you are in an affair of have
divorces because of an affair and
have been left alone, its never “too
late” to seek God’s forgiveness and
healing. It can be done!
Point five is where the other 4 points
lead to if you want freedom and are
willing to seek it out
Contact us. The professionals at Fort
Worth Christian Counseling can
help you find yourself again and
answer the “whys”