WHO ARE YOU ANYMORE?
Description: A husband and wife are in the car. The husband says to his wife, "What do you mean you don't think you believe in Hell anymore? Who ARE you anymore? What have you become? How am I supposed to love you now?"
When a person in a relationship changes, it causes disruption. The other must change too.
When both change, it requires some skill to navigate. Some make it. Some don't.
But we can all use help at times like these. Which is why I wrote a book about it.
My book, "Til Doubt Do Us Part: When Changing Beliefs Change Your Marriage" is out (Amazon and Kindle).
I'm getting some wonderful feedback for it.
Here's a message I received from a woman and she gave me permission to share it with you anonymously:
"David I think your book may help my marriage. My husband is in crisis after leaving our former church after some conflict there. Anyway just this year he has crashed and has been so distant from me and described himself as dead inside .It’s been a traumatic few months for both of us. We’ve been married many years and never experienced anything like it. We are both in counseling separately but are living like two units in the same house. I saw your book on Facebook last week and immediately downloaded it. I spoke to my husband about it as I could see the similarities in your story. He downloaded it too. We are now both reading it and for the first time in months I feel hopeful. Thank you so much for putting into words exactly what we’re going through. It’s so good to know we are not alone and there’s a community of people out there struggling too."
I can't tell you how much this means to me. I love helping people, and when I succeed at doing that, I experience so much joy.
Could the book help you too?