As a marriage counselor and coach, I have seen many clients work toward reconciliation with very positive results. Marriage reconciliation takes reasonable, reliable steps that will encourage individual growth and will inevitably influence your circumstances.

Working with couples for the past 15 years I have seen many courageous clients celebrate small to life-changing victories. My wife, Jan, and I have celebrated many victories in our marriage of 30 years. You can do this, too!

My favorite clients, the ones who inspire me to be a better man, husband, dad, and counselor, have this characteristic in common – they do not demand that circumstances submit to their wills. They choose to take life on life’s terms, seeking instead the kind of transformation that enables them to experience the very same circumstances from a fresh, hope-filled, life-affirming perspective. Of course, the irony is that their transformed attitude often positively influences their circumstances.

I’m not giving up on successfully reconciled marriages! No way! I am convinced that we become a greater influence toward this goal when we embrace that change is inevitable, but growth is optional.

Hang in there.
You can do this!

About Chuck

Chuck is a licensed counselor and Director of Good Counsel, formerly known as Bear Valley Counseling, in Lakewood, Colorado. He graduated with a Master’s degree from Colorado Christian University and achieved his LPC in the State of Colorado. Chuck is a phone coach for Divorce Busting®,  an internationally-known organization located in Boulder, Colorado and founded by Michele Weiner-Davis, author of Divorce Busting.

Certified in Life Innovations PREPARE/ENRICH marriage inventories, Chuck provides pre-marital counseling and officiates weddings as a licensed minister in the State of Colorado.

Chuck serves as a Marriage Rescue counselor at the New Life Marriage Weekend, held annually around the United States. He also serves as an EMB counselor for New Life.

He is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and New Life Christian Counselors, and works primarily with couples seeking marriage counseling. Chuck is available to speak at men’s groups, and as a guest speaker for churches in the Denver area.

You can follow Chuck on twitter @chuckfallon, and on facebook at /marriagerecall. His Marriage Thrival Guide posts are often printed in the Denver Post Your Hub section and online at YourHub.com, and have recently been published into a helpful book for couples entitled Marriage Recall.