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Marriage Problems – People Rarely Change

By on September 7, 2014 in For Men, For Women, Marital Troubles, Marriage
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If you’re relationship is struggling and marriage problems are beginning to intrude into your everyday life then now is the time to put a stop to it, decide if what you perceive to be marital problems are really that much of an issue and if so do something about it.

Relationships are never perfect and some appear less perfect than others but just because you don’t always see eye to eye and just because you have let the relationship slide it doesn’t mean to say that you weren’t meant to be together.

Marriage Problems:

Marriage problems become a head at some point in most relationships with the stresses and strains of every day life making it hard to enjoy quality time with your partner. Without intimate moments, little treats and romantic evenings that help your relationship feel magical and special, couples tend to naturally loose that bond that brought them together in the first place and start to question the state of their marriage. If you have begun to doubt your relationship, don’t panic, even if your marriage problems have reached a new height and you are beginning to feel that your marriage is a shell with nothing left to recover, with the right advice and a little positive determination you can save your marriage.

There is nothing wrong with having negative feelings about your partner, like you, they aren’t perfect, we all make mistakes, we all have our off days and we are just what we are. That doesn’t mean to say you have to like and appreciate everything about your partner, you just have to focus on what bought you together when you first met each other, love them for what they are, appreciate the good points and accept the bad and acknowledge that no one is perfect.

Marriage is all about teamwork, there is no point expecting one partner to take care of the finances, for example, if they are less efficient with money and then get upset when the bank account is empty half way through the month. If they are inept at finances now the odds are they have always been that way, that is what you married and you just have to learn to work around it, not focus on it and not let it eat you away inside.

I was speaking to someone the other day who is due to get married in a few months. He was getting really wound up over something his fiance had done. The trouble was she was acting exactly as she always does, no different so if it is going to let it wind him up now what is the point of getting married in the first place!! People rarely change, she will probably always react to situations in the same way, it’s there at the start so unless her ‘husband to be’ can learn to accept it and not get wound up they will struggle with marriage problems almost from the outset.

You have to enter into marriage with your eyes open. Emotional intimacy and marital bonds develop over time with partners generally being drawn together as they journey through life. Your partner becomes your sole mate, the person you rely on and the person that is there for you whenever you need them but they don’t change!

Don’t let common marriage problems get you down, do something about them, it doesn’t matter what has happened, or how it happened, you have to learn to tackle your marriage problems head on. Don’t wait for someone else to sort it out, there is only you and your partner in the marriage, no matter what has happened and what either you have done, when it comes down to deciding if you can and if you want to save your marriage then no one else counts.

You have the power at your finger tips, even if your partner isn’t motivated to do anything about it, with the right marriage advice you can resolve your marriage problems, make decisions, sort out your life and save your marriage.

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