Even if a husband / wife are there physically can a spouse still feel alone? Is a chair really still a chair even if no one is sitting there? How much does loneliness contribute to marital infidelity? Does loneliness go away once you get married or become involved in some other kind of 'committed relationship'? What do we really mean when we say we are lonely? Have most of us spent the greater part of our lives alone? Do you have intimacy issues? Do you allow anyone to get close to you? What breeds loneliness? How does a stagnant and remote relationship with God contribute to loneliness? Are you expecting your spouse or your relationship partner to do to much for you or to be a person they can never be to you? What can you do to counter feelings of being lonely? Please post your opinion below!
If you are interested, we are going to discuss these issues, this weekend on my National Internet Radio Talk Show this Sunday on March 8, 2009 @ 8:00 p.m. E.S.T.
Our National call in number for the show this Sunday will be (347) 215-9438
. You don’t have to speak on this call if you don’t want to. In fact, you can call in to just listen into the conversation. Please go to: www.blogtalkradio.com/brothermarcusshow
to log into our chat room during the live show. Email Brother Marcus
your questions, your comments and anything you believe we should add to this discussion. The conversation we are going to have might help save your marriage…
Now what was your comment?