In a perfect world, all marriages are that of 1950s TV sitcoms, but reality would dictate that many marriages will inevitably fail. They fail at the heart because of one of two reasons: 1) They did not originate from the heart of God (the most common), or 2) they were ordained of God, yet the two within the marriage lost sight of God's plan for any myriad of reasons. Either way, divorce is a bone-crushing experience and, more often than not, requires many, many years of recovery. Some never experience such restoration because they simply do not know where or how to obtain it. Regardless of the faint, fragile, lonely, crushed, and/or traumatized condition in which one may find themselves post-divorce or post-breakup, there is healing. This healing can come only from the One who created them with a purpose and who can take any curse and turn it into a blessing. Author Alexys V. Wolf had to learn to love herself, and to allow God-transformation which required taking a hard look inward as to her personal culpability in her two failed marriages. This effort is most assuredly worth the struggle in order to reach supernatural restoration.