Saving a marriage is possible, no matter how bad things seem right now. You can get over your problems and go back to a happy home life if you are ready to make some changes and to become a better person. If you are wondering how to fix a marriage, the following tips should help you.

 

Accept That Fixing Your Marriage Is Going To Take Time

You cannot fix your marriage and go back to a normal life right away. It is best to take a little time out from being around each other and from talking about the problems.

Slowly start with pleasant conversations, rebuilding things one step at a time.

You will need to keep working on things and will once again be able to achieve happiness together if you see your marriage as a work in progress.

Remember The Good Things

Fixing a marriage is difficult and requires a lot of work. You will probably feel drained from an emotional point of view and might want to give up. It is important to remember why you got married in the first place. Encourage your spouse to do the same. Spending some time with your children, going out on dates together and finding new things you can do together will help you fix things.

 

Don’t Hesitate To Seek Help

A therapist or a marriage counselor will know how to fix a marriage. The right professional will help you talk about your problems and help you develop new strategies to listen to each other and deal with your issues. Opening up about the issues you encountered in your marriage is easier with a neutral third party listening and guiding the conversation.

 

 

 

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Acknowledge Why Your Spouse Is Unhappy

You need to have a long conversation with your spouse or have a series of conversations so you can talk about the marriage and figure out why they are not happy. This will give you a better idea of what needs to change. You can then develop an action plan to become a better person and meet the needs of your spouse in the relationship.

 

Tell Your Spouse What You Need To Change

You might be dissatisfied with the marriage because your spouse seems distant, is always negative or even because they are abusive at times. You might be unhappy because you have a different vision of things or different goals in life. You need to be able to talk about these things and explain to your spouse what you expect from them.

You can keep your marriage from falling apart if you communicate with your spouse and find a way to fix things. Remember that fixing a marriage takes time. You need to give yourself and your spouse enough time to heal if you had a bad argument and need to slowly work towards a reconciliation. You should really think about getting help from a marriage therapist or from a specialized counselor, especially if you have a hard time with communicating with your spouse.

     

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    Waverly Hanson

    Marriage Counselor & Author

    In my personal life, I have had a long successful marriage and have remarried following my husband's death.  I have had three sons and helped raise a niece for three years and have seven grandchildren.  I have loved spending time with them as they were growing up.

    I also enjoy getting together with family and friends, ATVing in the mountains, photography, hiking, and traveling. I also enjoy reading, creating art, decorating, and serving others by volunteering. 

    Assisting couples in rebuilding their marriages has been so rewarding as I've had the privilege of seeing hundreds of couples reunite and get back to being positively connected to one another. 

    I also work with personal development and those who want to move forward by making positive improvements such as goal setting, self-care, boundaries, behavioral improvements, overcoming procrastination, conflict management, etc.

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