Greetings Club Members,
Over my years of producing bridal shows, many parents of the brides have asked me “when are you going to do something for married couples?" After researching marriages by reading books, talking to marriage professionals including clergy, divorce lawyers, divorced couples, happily married couples, and thousands of people on the dating websites, I found some basic reasons why couples divorce. I found that sex, infidelity, and money are the main causes but there is another deep reason for divorce and that is the lack of fun and interesting things to do in the marriage together.
Many divorced people interviewed felt that when they got married the fun in their lives stopped because of family responsibilities such as work hours, raising children, activities of the children such as sports, ballet, etc. In other words, they tried to do too much in their weekly schedules and had no time for each other. They also had too many "I want this and I want that" purchases based on desires and it put a drain on the family budget that had very little savings in every instance. Next they looked at their single friends who told them about their travels to exotic places, fun nights out, freedom from a spouse and they sub-consciously began to wish that they were single. They then started finding fault with their marriages and covertly worked towards divorce so that they could be free. Some called it having one foot in and one foot out their marriages. Once that thought process started working it caused emotional pain, hate, anger, physical and emotional abusiveness, lying, infidelity, hidden diseases, broken families and finally divorce.
Well folks, you may be surprised to learn that many single people actually envy you and your family. They like the fact that you have someone special with whom to share your life. Many divorced singles say their life makes them feel unsettled and that the constant dating is sometimes fun, but often stressful because they don’t know if they can trust that new date. They also felt that those pretty things they own, to include their home, furniture, clothes, money and cars, did not give them love in return. Many said that when they traveled on cruises they saw beautiful romantic sunsets, but they had no one with whom to share that moment. Going on trips and cruises with their friends soon gets old.
Many believed that after divorcing life was going to be so much better because they regained their freedom. However they missed sharing life’s joys, making love on a regular basis, enjoying meals and conversation sharing with their spouse and were left feeling very lonely. After years of separation and divorce from their spouse, most now take responsibility for their part in the break up of the marriage. They thought about how they could have made the marriage work if they had not been so selfish, insulting, demeaning, not talking calmly, too controlling, self centered, and fault-finding as a mate. Many felt that if they had done more things together and more often, a third party would not have been able to attract themselves or their spouses away from the marriage.
The bottom line of what they are all saying is, enjoy your marriage and make it work. If you have a problem with your spouse, get professional counseling; help him or her find employment or a better job if money is the problem, then pray and worship together to honor and rely on God and finally make love more often and enjoy it with your spouse so there is no reason for infidelity, and figure out ways to have fun. The fun is what the Marriage Celebration Club will help you with, so that your marriage will be a happy one.
Divorce is not an option for Club Members.
Many of these couples after years of being alone said that their advice to you is learn to forgive after the hurt, next discuss calmly why things went wrong and make the corrections together. Stay away from outside family, friends and co-worker influences that want to tell you how to handle your marriage problems. They are not professionally trained to help you, and might help you to make the wrong decisions. After you two make the corrections, then it is time to have fun and fall in love again with each other.
We now welcome you both to the fun and happiness that you will experience from joining the Marriage Celebration Club. You will be meeting other married couples like yourself who want to have fun with you and your spouse. Your marriage will not be boring ever again! We want you to focus on each other with the plan of making each other happier. Keep negatives out of your marriage, stay positive and don't try to impress others at your family's expense. Your income, salary, and wealth from both of you belong to the family.
Remember what is said in your house together stays in your house and should not be shared with others. Your marriage is your kingdom and you must decide together who is worthy for you to let into your world. Sit down and talk things out, plan, pray & worship together and just have fun. Don't be two of the 11 million divorced people on the Internet looking for a mate to love, when you already have one that is yours to keep. Remember that single people are watching and envying you and they want the happiness that you have.
Help us to keep marriages together by recommending our website to other married couples and by planning to attend the Marriage Celebration Club Expo every year. Coming soon we are setting up a team of marriage professionals named the Divorce Police who will be a help team on standby for anyone married to call for professional marriage advice and possibly set up an appointment for counseling or answer questions on marriage. If you have money problems go to: www.marriagecelebrationclub.com/-Marriage-Bank-Accounts.html If your are facing foreclosure or upside down on your home or business we have a group of investors with $400 Billion, who will help. We don't want your marriage to fail because of money problems. Go to: www.marriagecelebrationclubllc.realfundingpartners.com
You will see a calendar of events each month on our website to keep your marriage hot and fun. Again, thank you for joining the Marriage Celebration Club! Let the fun begin right now.
Thomas L. Tabron, Chairman/CEO
Universal World Entertainment