Yes, It Will Be Okay.
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Are you tired of arguing, crying, or speculating about your spouse’s affair or inappropriate friendship? Is a midlife crisis tearing your marriage apart? Do you spend your days bickering and your nights sleeping back to back? Enrollment in Debra Macleod’s Marriage SOS Online Program Library gives you access to six of her most popular “crash course” style programs that tackle some of the toughest marriage problems head on, focusing on solutions instead of filler or theory. These audio programs are ideal for no-nonsense people who require a bank of usable information to draw from, allowing them to manage their situation quickly and confidently in a real-world way. Don’t wait for an uncooperative partner to join in. You start.
I can’t imagine finding a more forthright or useful course to help a person get through something like this and come out with a stronger marriage. You have a personal yet sometimes forceful tone, and I needed that. Loved the Q&A’s you included from clients, too. All those little ‘extras’ (the lifelines, What NOT to Do!!!) were so helpful. – Anika, Sacramento, CA
Debra Macleod, B.A., J.D., is a relationship author, coach and couples 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 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.
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
Whether you need some fresh insight with regard to your marriage problem, some new ideas to try, or just someone to act as a sounding board, my one-on-one telephone sessions offer a casual and low-stress way to feel like you’re not fighting this battle alone. Conversations are relaxed, and while frank, always as positive as possible. There is no awkward small talk in a stranger’s office, just a friendly chat from the privacy and comfort of your own couch, desk, car or favorite park bench. So grab a good cup of coffee and let’s talk. We’ll get to the heart of the matter as soon as we can. 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, Troy, AL
10 rebuilding blocks
Affairs and the post-affair period can be an emotional and complex one. There may be all kinds of variables and circumstances to contend with. Yet as often as not, I see people overcomplicating the simple—but not necessarily easy—things that need to be done once an unfaithful spouse’s affair has been discovered. If you’re a spouse who has broken your partner’s trust, and if you truly want to rebuild, these 10 Rebuilding Blocks are a great way to start.
14 marriage lifelines
Do you feel like your marriage is starting to sink a bit? Or maybe it isn’t sinking so much as floating around aimlessly. Either way, check out these fourteen easy “lifelines” and see whether throwing one into your marriage every day for two weeks can help make things a little better.
5 Tips to Rebuild Intimacy
For couples who are emerging from the storm and confusion of an affair or other serious marriage problem – even chronic apathy – one of the biggest challenges is how to start reclaiming their intimacy in a meaningful way, one that is comfortable for both spouses and helps move them forward instead of presenting more setbacks. Here, I’ll offer five Tantric-inspired tips to help you do that.
You’ve worked hard to save your marriage from broken trust, bickering, or even just sheer boredom. Why stop now? Keep the momentum going and the romance alive with regular ideas – from recipes and movie recommendations to surprise gifts and getaways, and everything in between – courtesy of Marriage SOS Date Nights. This series of fun articles can help your relationship stay afloat in all weather.
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. – Josh