Michele Weiner-Davis is a licensed clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist  and author in the field of family therapy. She is frequently quoted in the media and has been interviewed on television news programs regarding divorce prevention. Weiner-Davis grew up in New York City  along with two brothers. She has described her young childhood as idyllic, similar to the " Walton Family ".
Sexless marriage is more common than people think. Are you trapped in a sexless marriage, are you considering divorce because of it, or have you already filed for divorce? If so, you are not alone. Many people try to make a marriage work for years, hoping that something will change. Sometimes, it seems petty to divorce over sexual issues.
H ow does it make you feel when your partner is cold and distant? Does it make you want to rip their clothes off, order in a vat of whipped cream and install a chandelier to swing from? The experience, says Weiner-Davis — who states that her greatest achievement is her own year marriage — was transformative. She became a staunch believer in the fact that most divorces can be prevented; that the relief of a post-divorce life is temporary but the pain of divorce is permanent; and that if couples put enough work into staying together, they can fall back in love and live happily ever after.