Dr. Beam takes you through the ins and outs of marriage reconciliation.
Category: Marriage Trouble
What do you do when you’ve tried everything but your spouse still doesn’t want to save your marriage?
Contrary to popular belief, don’t run off to the first divorce attorney you can find after learning about your spouse’s affair. Should their be consequences to the actions? Yes. Will there be consequences with a hasty divorce? Yes. But you can get past an affair. LISTEN
People often ask if there is a method for establishing boundaries about negative or harmful behavior from a spouse. Yes, there is. One of the most effective is to write a contract that clearly identifies the unacceptable behavior and firmly establishes consequences if that behavior occurs. LISTEN NOW
In this episode of The Joe Beam Show, we will cover the different circumstances to consider when trying to save a marriage with a straying spouse while also trying to put up acceptable boundaries. What are good boundaries? What boundaries are unnecessary? Which ones may do more harm than good? Tune in to find out in this installment of The Joe Beam Show. MORE
This episode of The Joe Beam Show will give you tips and insight on convincing your spouse to get marriage help. MORE
When you take a commonly prescribed drug for a physical condition such as high cholesterol, asthma or acne, or even the birth control Pill, they may make you aggressive, violently jealous, suicidal or even homicidal. MORE
My “Aha Moment” happened because of a package of hamburger meat. I asked my husband to stop by the store to pick up a few things for dinner, and when he got home, he plopped the bag on the counter. I started pulling things out of the bag, and realized he’d gotten the 70/30 hamburger meat – which means it’s 70% lean and 30% fat. Read More.
According to marriage expert Joe Beam, the first crisis in most marriages is the birth of their first child. Though it’s tempting to nurture our children above our marriage, statistics tell us that children in homes with parents in strong marriages are more successful, mentally stable and have more self-esteem on average than children in homes with parents in weak relationships. Read More.