Messages about marriage

Jennifer Hoffman

I have been married for over twenty years and I have to admit that the last five years have been especially challenging. My husband began drinking, is no longer willing to socialize with me, I think he may be having an affair and I have been so upset that I have gained over forty pounds. I feel like my marriage and my life are falling apart and I can’t focus on anything else. 

Jamye Price

We come then to another round of Fortitude. The LightBlast is a channeled topic that is a weekly progression of self-focus for Lightworkers. Sometimes topics resurface, as Fortitude has from early in the year. It’s 2012 – showtime! ;o) We’ve been preparing for this year and here it is. Are you noticing your shift?

Alexandra and Dan

Joy and Clarity > Should Marriage Be a Sacrifice?

Dear Saint-Germain, I would like to understand my Soul’s purpose in this lifetime, and whether I can fulfill it by staying in my current marriage. I want to know if this relationship has been nothing but a huge sacrifice for me, and whether it is preventing me from realizing my full potential.

David R. Hamilton PhD

The US National Longitudinal Mortality Study (NLMS) involving 281,460 men and women over 45 years of age it found that marriage was associated with a much lower risk of mortality than being single. Similarly, the British Regional Heart Study of 1995, that involved 7,735 men aged 40-59, found that being single was associated with a higher risk of mortality. However, it is not marriage itself that offers the health benefits. It is the quality of relationship within the marriage that counts. A happy marriage translates to a happy heart.