"Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed."
"A couple that faces problems alone is more likely to fall apart during rough times. However, the ones who interlock their lives in a network of other strong marriages radically increase their chances of surviving the fiercest of storms. It is crucial that a husband and wife pursue godly advice, healthy relationships, and experienced mentors.'
"Find a marriage mentor - someone who is a strong Christian and who will be loving and honest with you. If you feel that counseling is needed, than take the first step to set up an appointment. During this process, ask God to direct your decisions and discernment.'
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