VIDEO: Must See Short Film – Does Your Spouse Feel Invisible?

BY: - 23 Jan '13 | Marriage

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When was the last time you told your wife she was beautiful or your husband that he was handsome? When was the last time you saw your spouse’s eyes light up when you walked into the room?

Created by the “Marriage Pressure Points” ministry, the short film titled Invisible forces viewers to reflect on their own marriages and perhaps ask themselves the same questions. While we may love our spouse, unless we show or tell them how we feel, they might wonder if they are still desirable to us. They might feel invisible.

“Marriage Pressure Points” is a ministry that seeks to minister to couples. According to Phil Stevens, “It’s a marriage ministry that uses dramatic, relational short films and study guides to speak to the hearts of couples. It reveals real problems and brokenness, but always ends in grace, love and a glimmer of hope. Our goal is to fight against the negative energy that attacks a marriage, often leading in divorce. The ministry is only possible through the contributions and donations of others. The best way to donate is to go to and give whatever is on your heart to help minister to broken marriages.”

Please take a moment to view the film and join us for a discussion in the comments section below.

BMWK — Do you find your spouse attractive or have they become invisible to you?

Photo and Video Credit: Invisible on Vimeo


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  • Tiya Cunningham-Sumter

    I enjoyed that! And I am sure this happens in so many marriages. What a realistic way to approach the topic.

    • Lamar Tyler

      I agree. It definitely makes you examine yourself and how this plays out in your own relationship.

  • Elizabeth

    Wow, what a great short! My marriage is really rocky sometimes I wonder if it even exists… My husband is really “friendly” as he puts it and it drives me crazy… And not the good kind! I feel he’s got so much attention he doesn’t need me so I get resentful and have even less to offer him. you can imagine bow the pattern continues downhill. but maybe Ive been focused on the wrong person. Maybe somewhere along the line I dropped the ball and someone else picked it up. I was actually brought to tears watching this- it touched me so much! I’ve been needing help and Im not sure where to even begin to pick up the broken pieces. I’m grateful I’ve found this blog. Thank-you!

  • Phil

    I’m really glad the film was helpful to you Elizabeth. It’s so encouraging to hear the stories of people that were touched in some way from our films.

    It’s really easy for ‘you know who’ to get us in a corner and whisper lies. We make agreements with him instead of proving him wrong and fighting back. I urge you to fight back. Take your power back, and rest in the truth that your husband does need you. Right now in fact.

  • 3Diamonds

    Just stumbled on your website. Love the short I really needed that

  • Anonymous

    What a great short picture of how women feel sometimes in their marriage. How the husband addressed her feelings was also right on! If only this could happen in every marriage relationship, not just on holidays, like Valentines Day which is coming up soon.

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  • gina

    Good movie. I think the only thing it made me wish was that i had cute guys in my office to make my husband sit up and notice like that. Hmm. Is that what it takes, fellas?

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  • Pamela Taylor

    Our ministry is having a marriage retreat on September. I would love purchase a short file dvd for our group discussion. Do they sell DVD’s in an short film form?


  • patrick

    I am not married but I enjoy learning about what to do/ not to do in a marriage. My greatest fear is marrying and giving my heart to the wrong woman. I have been divorced for over seventeen years because my first marriage was so painful. I know love is a risk but it is so easy to stay single and not expose yourself to that hurt.

  • nads

    I do understand how she feels, when I get dress I get all kinds of compliment but none from the person I need it most from, my husband, but he is quick to give compliments to his friends he notice every time they change a hairstyle, new make , new dress but he never notice me.