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by: Amuro Wesley
Generally, no couple likes to break up. They both want each other to be happy by resolving all problems between them. Now, the only question is – Is it possible for you save this marriage alone?
Once you acknowledged that your marriage is not going well, you certainly need to find out why. Realistically, the best way is to do so is to ask and talk with your spouse.
Your spouse should also respond to your efforts to save your marriage. However if you are the husband, you need to take more initiative and put in more effort to figure out the source of those problems before even coming up with measures to solve them and improve your relationships.
Your first step and priority is to restore the spark in your relationship again. It is essential to spend time with each other however busy you are at work. I am not just talking about weekends and public holidays but everyday after work.
You can use this time to relax and enjoy each other's company and remember the moments you spent together. A walk in the park certainly helps as quiet and natural surroundings tends to calm your minds down and relieve of any stress and tension. A getaway vacation is another great alternative.
These can both help to dissolve whatever misunderstandings and conflicts you might have. It is much easier for you to show love for your partner and make him or her feel how much you need each other’s company.
Though love is an important bridge between husband and wife, it is much easier to vistualize and say than actually do it. One of which is listening and be patient when your spouse is telling you how he or she feels. Failure to do so but keep saying what you want to say can jeopardize love without you knowing but your spouse can feel it.
Self-assessment is an important solution to the question you can save a marriage alone.
But in order to do that, you have to let go of your pride and ego. You need to stop thinking you are right in everything and blaming others – including your spouse – when things are not going well for you. Doing these will enable you to realize your mistakes and develop ways to improve your behavior.
I understand this may not be easy but then again, relationships is all about give and take. The same concept applies to your marriage. As much as you want to be accepted by your spouse, you should accept your spouse the way he or she is.
However the most important thing to cultivate and grow your marriage is regular communication with your spouse. No matter how busy, stressed and tired you are at and after work, one or both of you still need to talk. It may not be everyday but at least 2 or 3 times a week.
After all if you do not talk, how will you expect your spouse to understand your problems and feelings?
Being able to love each other as passionate as dating and just got married can be challenging.
In the olden days, it may not be so since the wife is always submissive. But in the 21st century when women have an equal say as men in career and finance, things are different since women tend to have a stronger personality and being more precise in certain things.
With that being said, it is possible for you to save this marriage alone so long as you are willing to take initiative and do what is necessary.
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