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by: Amuro Wesley
If your marriage is on the rocks, you should understand the exact problem before doing what is needed to solve it. Here are my tips on how to save a marriage for all couples whether they just got married or been married for some time.
It does not really matter if you are a man or woman. Nor does it matter if you manage all the bills and look after children. Rather what it matters is that you should take the initiative to solve all problems in maintaining healthy and loving relationships.
The most important thing is not to argue with your partner and keep thinking you are right.
Being defensive or egoistic only succeed in making her feel suffocated and drift further away from you even if you are staying under one roof and sleeping together. Instead, learn control your emotions and be calm however hard it may seem initially.
Another important point to remember is to never ever beg for the your partner to return to you if things get heated up. Instead you need to provide a space for your partner by allowing him or her to stay and spend time with family. Doing this will improve your self-esteem.
Remember the purpose of marriage is to assist and support each other through ups and downs. Love is an important bridge to link husband and wife in good and bad times.
Learn to show your passion with your partner in new ways every day. Use romantic competition, humor, messages and games to engage and brighten up your partner. Or learning a new skill like cooking and writing a poem.
Marriage is not about being in love with each other by hugging, kissing, having sex and sleeping together. It is about loving each other as a whole be it adjusting to each otherís lifestyle and living habits, accepting each otherís flaws and weaknesses but more importantly, staying united at all times.
This can affect your children as well as broken marriages naturally led to broken families.
Though getting advice from family, friends and marriage counselors is helpful, they should be used as a last resort since marriage is primarily between you and your spouse agreeing with each other in order to make it work and last forever.
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