Do You Want to be Happy?


Are you unhappily married, but feel trapped for financial reasons?

That is such a hard place to be.

Here’s why.

If you are unhappy in your marriage, but don’t feel like you can do anything about it because of money– guess what thoughts consume you? Yep, the thought that you are trapped.

I am not here to discourage you, because you are probably already in enough pain. But the thought that you are trapped will only take you further into despair.

It may be true that getting out of your marriage doesn’t seem possible for financial reasons, but that doesn’t have to keep you from happiness.

You are never truly trapped in anything lovely one, but your thoughts.

And all the money in the world doesn’t have the power to change your thoughts. But you can.

You may not be able to afford an attorney, or two homes. You may not be able to work more, or earn more, but you can get the help you need to change limiting thoughts that are increasing your unhappiness.

Yes, it may mean you have to choose between those small luxuries that you use to distract yourself from your current state of dissatisfaction; things like lunches out, or clothes shopping, new make-up, movies, dinner with friends, maybe even family vacations or things for the house.

But you have to ask yourself if the things you spend $10 here or $50 there are worth what it is costing you emotionally, mentally or spiritually to stay where you are?

Sometimes we truly are in a state of poverty and we just have to grit our teeth and ride it out. But more often it is simply a matter of choice.

That is when we have to ask what we most desire – a momentary fix – or something that will truly bring us peace and joy?

Get the help you need lovely one.

I am teaching a free class today, September 26th noon eastern – “Is Your Marriage Worth Saving?” How to know and what to do.


It’s free. And it is a great first step toward finding the joy you long for – married, even unhappily married (baring any type of abuse goes without saying here) you can take the steps you need to find happiness again.

You’re worth it.

Kimberly Benjamin Houdebine