Save My Marriage – How To Talk To Your Spouse

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Are you asking yourself, "how can I save my marriage?" Look no further than the the way you go about communicating with your spouse. In this video Michele Weiner-Davis touches upon a variety of do's and don'ts in terms of how to talk to your spouse.

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Michele Weiner-Davis, MSW is an internationally renowned relationship expert, best-selling author, marriage therapist, and professional speaker who specializes in helping people change their lives and improve important relationships. Among the first in her field to courageously speak out about the pitfalls of unnecessary divorce, Michele has been active in spearheading the now popular movement urging couples to make their marriages work and keep their families together. She is the author of seven books including her best-selling books, DIVORCE BUSTING: A Step-by-Step Approach to Making Your Marriage Loving Again (Simon & Schuster), and THE SEX-STARVED MARRIAGE: A Couple's Guide to Boosting Their Marriage Libido (Simon & Schuster).

Michele is the Director of The Divorce Busting¬ģ Center with offices in Boulder, Colorado and Woodstock, Illinois. In addition to her private practice, Michele is a highly acclaimed and sought-after speaker, known for her life-transforming, energetic and entertaining keynote addresses and seminars for both lay and professional audiences including Fortune 500 companies, universities, religious organizations, the military, professional organizations, and community agencies. She consistently ranks among top presenters at national conferences. Her extremely busy website, www.divorcebusting.com attracts thousands of visitors each day.

Michele's work is highly regarded in professional circles. She was the recipient of The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy's prestigious Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Marriage and Therapy Award and Smart Marriages' Impact Award.
Michele's work has been featured in major newspapers such as the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, and magazines such as Time, Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, Essence, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Woman's Day, Men's Health, New Woman, and McCall's. She has made countless media appearances on shows such as Oprah, 48 Hours, 20/20, The Today Show, CBS This Morning, CBS Evening News, CNN, and Bill O'Reilly. Michele's Keeping Love Alive program aired on PBS stations nationwide. She recently completed a reality based show for the BBC about helping couples save their marriages.

Michele maintains that her true expertise in helping couples have great relationships is derived from first-hand experience. She and her husband have been married for more than thirty-five years.

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5 thoughts on “Save My Marriage – How To Talk To Your Spouse

  1. my wife is stubborn, bull headed, thinks she knows best, and loves to argue with me before going to bed mad. ¬†truth is she doesn’t know best about a great many thing and contradicting her understanding simply pisses her off. ¬†i had never been in an argument before this woman. ¬†she had been in plenty prior to being with me and goes through it like it’s standard procedure. ¬†we’ve only been together about 6 years and i’m exhausted. ¬†for a recent example, you can’t imagine how tiresome it was trying to convince her we needed to file taxes jointly for a greater refund. ¬†i might as well be a stranger regarding finances. ¬†we share 1 account for some child-related bills. ¬†she was divorced with a few kids when I met her, so this behavior may be understandable. ¬†it’s seemingly impossible trying to undo all her insecurities from her childhood, her prior relationships, and certainly her first marriage. ¬†sometimes i wonder why she wanted to marry me if I cannot be trusted to make decisions. ¬†feel like i need to air some of this out here because it would be a brawl airing it out anywhere else…

  2. Unfortunately, the “I” statements don’t work with my spouse, who seems to become threatened even by my feelings…

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