“How do I stop my divorce?” you ask.
The best advice in getting your partner back is more about what you don’t do than what you do. Being able to stop my divorce can usually come down to avoiding “relationship killers”. Unfortunately everyone is prone to relationship killing habits. Sometimes trying too hard is what kills your relationship.
I’m going to ask you to focus more on eliminating rather than doing.
First of all, don’t ask all of those questions about your partner, about the relationship, about what’s going to happen, and about how they’re feeling. You want to create as little pressure as possible. When I was finding ways to stop my divorce I found that I needed to focus on removing the pressure that my partner was feeling from my constant nagging.
The last thing you want to do is bombard your partner with questions. To stop my divorce, I worked hard to make sure that my partner felt good when she was around me.
You don’t want to overload them with all these questions about what she’s doing with her time and what she’s interested in and if she still loves you. This is just going to push her away and make you more unattractive.
The second thing you want to stop all forms of negativity. From criticizing to arguing and demanding things. Don’t do anything that causes conflicts, disagreements, problems, or tension. In order to stop my divorce, I had to let go of all of these things.
You need to instantly eliminate those nagging questions if you want to stop your divorce. I know it helped me to stop my divorce.
What you want is a complete atmosphere of peace between the two of you.
You want to avoid anything where you get defensive, emotional, reactive, or you feel any tendency to get into a fight. I did this and it tremendously helped save my marriage and stop my divorce.
And lastly, you want to stop complaining and whining. That’s the last thing that would keep your divorce from happening. Sulking and complaining to your friends or complaining to your partner is not going to help. You need to quit playing the victim if you are going to stop your divorce.
You have to take responsibility for where you are at. It’s one thing that I found difficult but that ultimately helped me stop my divorce.
You’ve got to get your peace back and your personal happiness back if you hope to share happiness with someone else.