Does your spouse want out and you have no clue what to do? Or maybe you have tried to get your spouse to stay, but it’s only pushed them further away. You can still save your marriage even if your spouse wants out, but you need to understand what to do and what not to do. Let’s start.
If your spouse has told you “I'm leaving,” it can be one of the most painful things you’ve experienced. And in this article, we’ll give you practical tips to help you thrive in the middle of this time- until you can get back to where you need (and want to be) in your relationship.
You have the ability to make different choices today. Even if you got off track once.. or twice.. or even seven times, you have the ability to get back on track. You can do this. You can stay on track even when life is trying to throw things at you.
From what I’ve researched and read, I believe that there are three questions behind this question that are actually going on in these kinds of scenarios.
It IS possible to stand for your marriage alone. Now, it might seem impossible, it might seem crazy, (and you might not know where to start) but it can just take one spouse wanting to save the marriage to actually start saving the marriage. But what more can you do? Where do you start!?
When you and your spouse are separated it's hard to know what to do, what to say, how to act, and when to act. Don't worry, I'm going to give you five things that you can do when you are in a marriage separation that will help you starting now.
Here at Marriage Helper, we’ve worked with thousands of couples in many different marriage situations. From control issues, to affairs, to communication issues… whatever the situation may be, we’ve discovered that there are some foundational things that are happening in the majority of marriages we work with. Most of the time, there are behaviors that one spouse is doing that are working against the marriage.