Almost every couple will go through a period where they feel disconnected, or even isolated, from their spouse. "Anybody who's been married any length of time, if you're honest," Susie Larson says, "you'll admit to a one-sided season, if not two or three, because life ebbs and flows, and so marriage ebbs and flows." The tide can turn for both noble reasons — perhaps a spouse is in the military or pursuing education — and not so noble, as when a husband or wife is a workaholic or caught up in pornography. Whatever the case, what is the spouse who is left alone to do when he or she is struggling with frustration, resentment, vulnerability and fear? Listen in as Larson provides encouragement and advice from her book Alone in Marriage: Encouragement for the Times When It's All Up to You.