Fix An Unhappy Marriage
You Can Fix Your Unhappy Marriage
Are you experiencing an unhappy marriage?
Are you feeling the love is gone?
Do you see unhappy marriage signs everywhere in your relationship?
If you are interested to fall back in love with your spouse, and willing to work to change your relationship, you can probably bring back that loving feeling.
Fix Your Marriage: Alone or With Help
There is a man who was able to fix his marriage on his own by being the best husband he could be. Here is the story of how he fixed his unhappy marriage.
He didn't use any tricks, he just used his personal commitment to himself and hard work. His result was a much improved marriage and a happy, loving wife. He found he could bring back the love into his marriage, and he did it single-handedly without asking for any cooperation from his wife.
Perhaps You Can Fall In Love Again Too
Perhaps you can follow his example and fall in love again without outside help, but many people cannot do this without help. In particular, if there was an extra-marital affair in your relationship, you might need counseling help.
Marriage Recovery Takes Commitment and Diligence
In any event, marriage recovery takes commitment and diligent work to accomplish a loving relationship. It is possible to fix your marriage, but you will need to work hard - you must pay attention to your own words and actions, and make you sure you follow through with your own commitment.
Fixing Your Marriage: Not a Quick Fix
If you are unhappy in your marriage, this did not happen overnight. The solution is likewise not a quick fix.
You will need to put your spouse first and continue to remind yourself that you are best friends. You can change your attitude, but you have to practice thinking positive thoughts about your spouse.
Diligent Practice and Repeated Self-Reminders are Necessary
At first, you can expect to slip up and make mistakes and end up in arguments or uncomfortable discussions.
It takes diligent practice and repeated self-reminders to change your attitude and behavior. The commitment to change has to be to yourself, not to your spouse. After you consistently demonstrate change in this way, your spouse will want to treat you better, too.
Changes in Your Spouse May Take Longer Than You Would Think
Part of making this work with your own efforts is that you must expect changes in your spouse to take longer than you would think.
Your kindnesses have to be in place for some time to get them noticed and for your partner to trust that your new and helpful behaviors are not a temporary quick fix.
As always, I wish you the motivation and tenacity to be a wonderful spouse and create a marriage better than you've ever had. Warmest regards,