This is How to
Save a Marriage.
Imagine knowing exactly how to respond to your spouse’s untrustworthy, uncooperative or apathetic behavior. Imagine feeling confident in what you say and do, knowing that you are handling things the “right” way – that is, the way that is most likely to save your marriage.
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outsmart your marriage crisis
Debra Macleod, B.A., J.D. is the author of intensive “crash course” online marriage-saving programs and books to help you outsmart an affair, inappropriate friendship, midlife crisis or other marriage problem as quickly and painlessly as possible. Trusted for her two decades of in-the-trenches experience and high success rate, her Marriage SOS practice has served as a resource for millions worldwide. You’ll know it’s right for you if any of the below resonate:
Enroll Today for a Better Tomorrow
The Marriage SOS Online Crash Course Library contains six premium audio-based programs. For a single enrollment fee, you can choose one, two or all programs, depending on your needs. The Online Library offers content that is exceptional in quality, detail and scope, helping you to solve your primary problem (e.g. an affair) and then go on to resolve secondary issues and avoid future ones (e.g. arguing, loss of passion) so your marriage is stronger than ever. So do it right, starting right now.
I stumbled upon your program less than 48 hours after I found out about my husband’s year-long affair. He was stubborn and refused to end it. I was almost in hysterics, thinking I wasn’t young enough, slim enough, pretty enough. Your voice calmed me down and got me thinking straight. I had my doubts that a program like this would work, but I decided my marriage was worth the risk. I listened to your advice and did what I thought was best. He ended the affair at that point. Your course helped me see there were many reasons the affair happened, and my husband and I are now working together for a better tomorrow. I often re-listen to you to regain focus when I need to and still rely on the material. Thank you for saving my marriage. – Iris
turn the page to a better marriage
PRAISE FOR THE AUTHOR: Most people spend the largest part of their adulthood slogging through committed relationships, and they need books like this. – Library Journal
talk to Debra, one-on-one
Whether you need some fresh insight into your marriage problems, some new ideas to try, or just someone to act as a sounding board, Debra’s one-on-one telephone sessions offer a low-stress way to feel like you’re not fighting this battle alone. Conversations are relaxed, and while frank, always positive and purposeful. So grab a good cup of coffee, find a private place to talk, and wait for Debra’s call. One hour can make a big difference.
From the first word to the last, I felt like you reached into the chaos of my marriage, sat me down and said, “Now listen up, sweetheart, this is what you’re going to do.” And yes, that has made a massive change – for the better – in the way my husband treats me and the choices he is making. I truly thank you. – Cara
Debra Macleod, B.A., J.D., is a relationship author, coach and marital mediator whose programs, books, two decades of experience and “Fair, but Aware” approach have helped countless people rebuild their marriage on the foundation of a romantic partnership. She offers a plainspoken and professional alternative to traditional couples counseling and specializes in cases where one spouse is currently more motivated to work on the marriage. In a world where truly usable relationship help is hard to find, it is worth your while to review her services.
Were they in love with each other? I’m not sure. If they weren’t, it was getting there. She couldn’t go more than ten minutes without checking her phone, and if I said anything – look out. The fight was on and it was always my fault. I feel like I caught it just in time. The most surprising thing to me has been how ending that friendship has given us a new beginning as a couple. There’s a more mature and united feeling to “us” now and you were instrumental in getting us there. – Josh