The following are “Real Life” testimonies for those who are dealing with the effect that children have on marriage. We believe you will learn through what they have to say. And we pray you will find hope through reading about the children’s effect on marriages that these spouses have lived through and learned through.
Children’s Effect on Marriage Testimonies:
• MY OWN DANCE UPON A BARREN LAND
• TO PARENTS OF SMALL CHILDREN: Let Me be the One Who Says it Out Loud
If God has given you a testimony, a personal experience you have lived through in dealing with children in your marriage— one that could help and encourage others, we would appreciate it if you would write it down and send it to us— even if what you have to write isn’t very long in length.
Please share your testimony with us by going to the CONTACT section and clicking on “Contact Us” and then writing it out for us there.
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One response to ““Children’s Effect on Marriage” Testimonies”
(USA) My wife and I have been married for a little over one year. We’re both in our 50’s. I have six kids that are grown and she has one daughter that is 22. She told her Mother from the start of our dating she wasn’t going to be apart of her life, if she continued to see me. Well, we fell in love and got married. I told my wife from the start I would never, ever get in between her and her daughter.
Well, that changed last week, when her and her boyfriend showed up over at our house and commits to telling her Mother that I was a control freak and monitoring her calls. I said excuse me young lady, and before I could finish my sentence she tells me to shut up that she was talking to her Mother. I told her the best thing they could do is leave our house. Then the boyfriend tells me that he is sick and tried of the “F—ing text I’ve been sending my stepchild and to take it one step farther he would whip my OLD — for me. I told him to hold on just a moment and he could get all he wanted of this OLD MAN’S —.
I reached behind my door and got my axe handle and told him to get all he wanted of this OLD MAN’S —. The point being my wife didn’t correct her daughter for telling me to shut up and my wife told me after they left I needed anger management. I and my wife have been going to marriage-counseling for over two months. Guess what? As long is there is no contact there are no problems.