Whangarei, New Zealand (PressExposure) March 12, 2009 -- Tough economic times are putting a strain on everyoneâs lives and the once sacred institution of marriage is suffering from the burden of families struggling to make ends meet.
Unfortunately, todayâs troubled economy is resulting an increase in divorce rates at a time when couples should be working to keep their unions intact. Thatâs why [http://www.help-savemymarriage.com] is a lifesaver for couples who really want to see their marriages survive.
Help-savemymarriage.com helps couples by offering a free email course and report that points them in the right direction when it comes to saving their marriages. What are the benefits of taking time to visit the site? Among them are developing: â¢ A better understanding of the theory behind their marital issues and problems â¢ An ability to know how to resolve conflicts â¢ Better intimacy with eachother â¢ More effective and positive communication â¢ More quality time for each other, despite busy schedules â¢ Knowing how to avoid feelings of suffocating each other in the relationship â¢ Resolution to dealing with children issues together
Founder Karen Bailey said the site presents real solutions and perspectives to couples looking for answers to their marriage problems, to assist them on the path to changing negative patterns of behavior and bringing back the love in a relationship.
The course is a comprehensive collection of marriage rebuilding tools designed to assist troubled couples in turning around the negative patterns of behavior that exist in their marriages
Bailey adds that the siteâs team is composed of several people, all of who have expertise in different related fields such as writing, sociology, e-commerce, life-coaching, and clinical psychology.
âThese are all proven solutions as the course has been around for a number of years and is ranked highly in the market place,â said site founder Karen Bailey.
The course offers top advice for couples even during the best economic times, but is even more valuable as a troubled economy continues to tax all relationships. According to Jennifer Baker of the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, Mo., 50 percent of first marriages end in divorce, followed by 67 and 74 percent of second and third marriages, respectively.
Users of the site have had positive reviews of the service. Steven Kitchen of Edmonton, Canada wrote in: âIâve been married to my wife for 15 years now and I was at a total loss as to what was going wrong with our marriage. She just seemed to stop loving me and her friends were all telling her to divorce me, it was a nightmare! Thanks to your book, I've totally changed the way I approach the situation, it was not easy, but during the last three months, the turn around in our relationship has been simply amazing! And her friends are a lot more supportive of our marriage too... I am so grateful!â
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