Disaffection and Disconnection in Marriage

It happens in every marriage. Sometimes it slams into our relationship; other times it creeps in. It’s called Disaffection and Disconnection. When this happens it “can” destroy a marriage. But if we’re aware it can happen to us and we take action, our marriages can actually grow stronger. See what we mean in this Marriage Insight Podcast.

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2 responses to “Disaffection and Disconnection in Marriage

    1. Thank you, Monicah. We appreciate your affirmation. We pray God uses the information to strengthen your marriage.