So, you stopped contacting your spouse. And now you're trying this thing called “No Contact” to try and get your spouse back. You're trying it to get them to see what they’re missing. You hope that they'll want you back and that they will come crawling back to you… Or at least, that's what you've heard.
“No Contact” is a phenomenon that a ton of people (especially on YouTube) are talking about. It's getting a lot of attention... but it's not something you want to do for your marriage.
So, if you’re wondering, “What do I do when SMART Contact isn't working?” you've come to the right place! In this article, I’ll explain the top two reasons why SMART Contact isn't working. And, I'm going to share with you two ways that you may be doing SMART Contact wrong. (Especially if you say it's “not working.”)
Let me ask you a question... When you think of your home, what is the feeling that comes to mind? Is it a feeling of peace, calmness, of excitement? Of a place that you want to be? Or, when you think about your home, is it something that stresses you out? Is it something that maybe gives you a little bit of anxiety?
You may have seen some people out there talking about “No Contact” and you may be wondering, “Is this something I should try for my marriage?” Or maybe you've already been trying “No Contact” and you're puzzled, wondering, “When is it actually going to start working?”
Have you seen Social Media affect your marriage? We definitely have. And while it isn’t going to be what “makes or breaks” a marriage, the habits we create with social media can lead to problems. And in this article, we’ll discuss the top three ways that social media can affect your relationship.
Many people have asked, “How can I practice SMART Contact while I’m social distancing?!” In this article, we’ll give you some Social-Distancing-SMART-Contact-Tips so you can have better communication, less marriage tension, and healthy boundaries (whether you’re separated OR stuck at home with your spouse).
It seems like the best marriages are the ones where they say, “We never fight.” Or, that they, “Always get along and always agree.” But we’re here to say that these experiences are not healthy (and, they’re not realistic). You need to have conflict with your spouse, but in a way that DOESN’T destroy your relationship.