It’s been said that marriage is hard and a lot of work. When both partners share a common vision and are invested in the process, marriage counseling can be a lifeline for struggling relationships. But what if you don’t know if you want to be married anymore? What if you are desperate to save your marriage but your spouse isn’t sure? Living with ambivalence in a marriage, whether your own or your partner’s, can be grueling. Traditional couples therapy is often unsuccessful with “mixed-agenda” couples, where one spouse is leaning out of the marriage and one partner is leaning in, desperately trying to save the relationship. Couples stuck in this place could benefit from Discernment Counseling.