Has Your Spouse Reached The Point Of No Return?

If the two of you have been struggling in your marriage for months or even years, a box of chocolates or flowers for your wife won’t cut it when the resentment from an affair or other events in the past are driving a wedge between you.

A loving card with a hand-written note expressing your love for your husband is not the answer to an endless amount of unresolved issues that have caused the two of you to become more like roommates than husband and wife.

If your marriage is a constant uphill “battle”, riddled with confusion, frustration and resentment, I strongly suggest you identify how close your spouse is to “The Point Of No Return”.

My Point Of No Return” video help you understand the 6 stages ALL unhappy spouses travel before they reach The Point Of No Return.

Because studies have shown that women file about 80% of divorces, I created this video for men, but women will learn a lot from this video too.

The video is just over 8 minutes long, so take a few moments out of your day today to watch the very important message in this video.

Here’s what one man sent me after watching the video:

“Larry that was the most amazing video about marriage. I want some royalty from this, as it was and is my life with my wife. Unfortunately, its too late as she and I may have crossed the snap line. Nonetheless, great work and I hope other Men watch this as every marriage is worth saving especially when children are involved.”
Best Regards,
Bob G.

How Close is Your Spouse to The Point Of No Return?

After you watch the video, there are 2 paths you can take towards restoring your marriage.

1) If your spouse HAS reached The Point Of No Return…

Watch the hour presentation video I created that walks you through how it is possible for a single spouse to turn their marriage around without their spouse’s participation.

2) If your spouse has NOT reached The Point Of No Return…

If your spouse has not yet reached The Point of No Return, you need to do something now, before it’s too late. So why not take the first step toward a new relationship together as a couple again?

You can do this through the Marriage 101, the live, 2-hour interactive phone call event where the two of you will:

– Gain a sense of NEW HOPE for your formerly hopeless marriage.

(The insights taught within Marriage 101 will give you a new sense of hope for your future together because you will see your marriage is not as bad as you might think it is. Rather than attending a marriage counseling session and leaving feeling frustrated and angry, after our call together the two of you will have had FUN together – maybe even for the first time in months.)

– No longer struggle for words to express how you want to be treated.

(Instead of fumbling around searching for words to express how you want your spouse to treat you, Marriage 101’s Flag Page outlines a clear and definite plan on EXACTLY HOW and WHY each of you want to be treated a certain way.)

– SIGNIFICANTLY reduce the amount of arguments in your marriage.

(During your call with one of my Marriage Translators, the two of you will discover that very often you are quite literally “stepping on” each others’ ways of succeeding in life! You know WHY you’re offended by something your spouse does or says…but you don’t know why…UNTIL NOW!)

Is Marriage 101 right for everyone?

Marriage 101 is NOT for you if...

Your spouse has filed for divorce and now sees divorce as the only option
You have little to no communication with your spouse and s/he is unwilling to consider saving the marriage as an option

Marriage 101 IS for you if…

The two of you have tried marriage counseling, but ended up more frustrated than ever
You both want to make the marriage work, but just aren’t sure what to do or how to do it
One or both of you have engaged in affairs, but now want to rebuild the trust and fix your marriage

Interested in learning more? Watch the introductory videos here or watch the overview video here.


  • Gina

    Reply Reply February 13, 2009

    For some reason, the video mentioned above cannot be accessed. The link takes me to a blank, black screen.



  • Larry Bilotta

    Reply Reply February 13, 2009

    Hi Gina,

    Try clicking on the following link or pasting it in your browser. This is a direct link to download the video to your computer, this should solve your issue.


    – Larry

  • Rajnesh

    Reply Reply May 5, 2015

    Hey, my wife filed for a separation last year after issues relating to jealousy and insecurity. I tried to convince her to work on our marriage and failed. We had to physically separate in January 2015 as there were lot of arguments happening and her mum supported her idea…I have two kids and I still try my efforts to reconcile while I have only four months to divorce…she sometimes said she wanted to however in trying to convince her I fell to square 1. In the process I went to her place and there were some physical confrontation between her and me and her mum tried to hold my hand..i pushed her to free my find however she fell in the process and my wife physically assaulted me and later they got a restraining order against me…I have massed up in the process of trying to get her back as she hates me ..I did not hit her but she was being abusive of something and I retilated which I should not have done…now it feels like she no longer wants to talk to me and I only get to see my kids…I still want to save this for my kids and me…can this hppen

  • Remal

    Reply Reply May 5, 2015

    Hi..me and my wife had some problems last year which was regarding my insecurity and jealousy..we were married for 9 years have two kids..

    it felt like she was drifting away and I handled the situation in anger..she called for separation in September however after giving me an opportunity to change, she was not really willing to work on the marriage..the more I tried to pursue her , the distant she became. He mom was with us and in January 2015 she supported my wife for separation and I was forced out of the house..it has been nearly 6 months that I m living without my kids and wife and I still try to reconcile and have got rejection only..i went to her place one night and she argued with me which led to her attacking me..i tried to protect myself but her mum got involved thinking I was hitting her and held my hand..i pushed her away and she gently fell but my wife got further pissed of with this and abused me physically..after this a restraining order has been place..

    I still love my wife but I think she has no feelings for me and might have reached no point of return and does not want to see me..

    she only calls for kids or any finance matter ..we are waiting for our divorce which will be in September this year..

    can I somehow save this?

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply June 15, 2015

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  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply August 31, 2015

    This video is helpful but it was off-putting at times to assume that there are children involved. I understand that it is impossible to please all potential audiences, but there may be a way to better balance it in future videos, such as mentioning children fewer times and adding “if you have” before “children” when it is mentioned.

    I am interested to see what happens to the research regarding splits now that same sex marriage is legal. I suspect it will become more about characteristics, rather than gender. It would be great if your resources can reflect this and other diversity as well.

  • Anon

    Reply Reply September 20, 2016

    My husband is a chaos kid. We have been together for 16 years and have 2 children and a house. After I proposed divorce he snapped and no longer wants anything to do with me (won’t reply to texts, emails, etc). I decided I did not want a divorce and wanted to work on our relationship but he said he was done and wanted to divorce. He barely comes home, is barely seeing the kids, and does not contribute to the household in any way. There is very likely another woman involved at this point but i’m not 100% sure. This has been going on 6 months and I don’t know if it’s a mid life crisis or if its truly the end of our marriage. Please help!

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