Dear Married Couples, I See The Pain And Struggle In Your Eyes

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I see you. I see the pain and struggle in your eyes. I see the weight of the world bearing down on your shoulders. And I want you to know that you don’t have to carry it alone. You shouldn’t be alone in this. Continue Reading.

When the sad events in your marriage begin to threaten your mental and physical well-being, don’t keep quiet about it again. Don’t suffer in silence, thinking that you’re alone or that it’s just part of the journey. Whatever is trying to make you loose your mind or life is totally wrong and not a normal condition for all marriages.

Your marriage is a journey, yes, but it’s not meant to be a lonely, painful or harmful one. You were meant to walk alongside each other, hand in hand, supporting and uplifting one another. Download IYEF Social app on Google playstore and get more updates.

But when something or someone is trying to drain the peace of your life and marriage then you shouldn’t be silent about it. Talk!

So, tell those who “own” you and can help you with what’s going on. Tell your partner, your friends, your family, or a therapist. Seek for help. They are here to listen, to support, and to guide you through the tough times.

Don’t let the fear of judgment or shame keep you quiet. Yes, people who are ignorant and self righteous will judge you but your well-being is far important to their biased judgment.

Don’t let the fear of “airing your dirty laundry” stop you from seeking help. Your mental and physical well-being is worth it.

Remember, marriage is a journey, not a destination. And sometimes, we need a little help along the way. Seeking for help when you are perplexed is not bad or wrong. So, don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for it.

You are seen, you are heard, and you are loved. And together, they can work you through even the toughest of times.

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