Marriage Trouble – Survive It

Marriage Trouble – Survive It

When you’ve got marriage trouble, you need effective ways to kick start the passion you once had…

Every marriage has ups and downs.  We’ve heard that adage so many times that it may not seem like it’s worth much to you.  I know when I was having marriage problems, it seemed like all the advice out there didn’t speak to me, they didn’t really get to the heart of the problem, and I felt as if my marriage was going to just end.  Trust me, nothing is as bad as it seems at first.  Here are some tips for marriage trouble and how to survive it.

First off, work past your negative feelings and remember that nothing is as bad as it seems.  You can always restart your relationship.  That is, you can always start off on a new foot.  Have a romantic dinner by covering the dining room with rose petals and put on some romantic music.  Really knock the socks of your partner by showing them you have an amazing romantic side that they have yet to explore.  You’d be surprise how a change of setting erases most marriage troubles.

If you think that your problems are deeper than that, and that your marriage troubles result from deep seated issues, then take time out of your schedule to fix them.  One of the biggest marriage troubles there is is when one spouse think that the other is cheating.  It can really consume a person when they no longer trust their partner.

If that’s the case, then rebuilding trust is the #1 priority at this point.  You have to make it clear that your partner is the most important person in your life, and that you are committed to making your marriage work.  If this means that you go whisking off to Paris, the city of lights, to have a fun, romantic week, then that’s what that means.

Sometimes it’s not you, it’s them.  Maybe your spouse is working through past trauma, like an old boyfriend or girlfriend who hurt them and they’re now in a state of never trusting anyone.  They married you because they felt that there was hope in a new relationship, but it’s so hard to move past their old wounds that they resurface, even when you don’t expect them.

In this case, it’s time to see a therapist.  You could end up doing a lot more harm than good trying to wade through your spouses psyche without professional help.  It can be a hard trek, and psychologists can be expensive, but they are worth it because some things require a professional touch.

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