Being single can become a tough and lonely place; but, I would say that it’s an even worse place to be married, living a lonely life with secrets. Not only that, what is more heart-wrenching is when you have vowed before God to love someone for the rest of your life, and he or she does not want you anymore. Moreover, the very reason why they don’t want you is due to the fact that you are not what they expected, you have gained weight, you have disagreeable goals, you do not have enough money in your bank account, your credit score is not high enough, you do not speak proper grammar, or you have gotten sick. Bottom-line, it hurts worse when you are sleeping with the enemy in your own home, while knowing that your time is limited in the relationship. Along with that, you are buying time hoping that they would finally realize that you still care; or, you are hoping that they would change their mind. While, at the same time, they are doing or saying things to push you further out the door. As your mind becomes paralyzed by fear, in the middle of the night, you are haunted by another question, “Where did our love go,” “Why don’t they want me anymore?” or “After this relationship ends, then what?” Now, my question to any relationship is “What do you do after you have given your all, and the relationship did not or still does not work?” Well, Dr. Y. Bur is in the house! And, I am going to share the answers with the “Writing on the Wall” concept, as well as some good inspiration to get you back on track with the right precepts.