What happens when your spouse says, "I don't love you anymore?" Terrible words to hear. . . difficult words to say. But once they've been said, how do you cope? How do you live with the pain? How do you...
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What happens when your spouse says, "I don't love you anymore?" Terrible words to hear. . . difficult words to say. But once they've been said, how do you cope? How do you live with the pain? How do you survive after your marriage breaks up?
With empathy and wisdom, clinical psychologist Dr. David B. Hawkins can help you answer these heartbreaking questions. Offering readers straightforward yet sensitive wisdom for rebuilding their lives, Hawkins addresses the reality that separation is not easy and reconciliation may never happen.
"Love lost and separations are painful," says Hawkins. "However you resolve this crisis, you are in the process of change." So no matter what your situation, there's hope and help for you in this book. It takes time and tears, but eventually you can heal, dream, and thrive again.
What happens when a wife says, "I don't love you anymore?" What happens when a husband says he is going to move out? What does the partner do? How does he or she survive the devastation? Clinical psychologist Dr. David Hawkins offers heartbroken readers his straightforward yet sensitive wisdom for rebuilding their lives. He addresses the realities that reconciliation is not easy and may require separation first--or may not come at all. He helps readers work through their grief and the tough decisions ahead in order to heal their lives, whether or not their marriage is ultimately reconciled. Dr. Hawkins's trustworthy guidance offers compassion and hope to both partners in a failing relationship. Pastors and counselors will recommend this book to those facing this urgent yet rarely addressed struggle.
With trustworthy guidance, a clinical psychologist helps readers work through the grief and tough decisions of a marital crisis in order to heal their lives, whether or not their relationship is ultimately reconciled.
David Hawkins (Ph.D) regularly counsels hurting couples as a licensed clinical psychologist and social worker with a private practice in Chehalis, Washington. He teaches at Washington State University and with more than 30 years of counseling experience, he has a special interest in helping individuals and couples strengthen their relationships. Dr. Hawkins books, including When Pleasing Others Is Hurting You and When Trying to Change Him Is Hurting You, have more than 300,000 copies in print. Other books include 10 Lifesavers for Every Couple; Breaking Everyday Addictions; Dealing with the CrazyMakers in Your Life; Does Your Man Have the Blues? and Nine Critical Mistakes Most Couples Make.