How could you save your marriage and stop a divorce or break up ?

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7 Responses to “How could you save your marriage and stop a divorce or break up ?”

  • Veni says:

    Both have to want it to work. Counseling is a good option. But if both partners aren’t for fixing things it’s best to just let it go.

  • jagannath_kr says:

    By common sense, logic, observation and understanding.

  • Dreams Come True in 2009 says:

    I believe in talking, not yelling. Making changes, doing different things that helps the relationship. You have to work at your relationship everyday. Pick a time when you can tell your feelings where the other person will listen.

    good luck ;)

  • jude says:

    u couldn’t do it on your own the other party has to want the same thing.

  • sandoll says:

    You need to look at your interactions with your partner and decide where the areas for improvement might be–look at your behavior as well as your partners. I would recommend individual and couples counseling (if your partner is willing). You also must remember that your partner has a right to make choices and decisions that may not be in line with your hopes and goals. You may not be able to stop the breakup, but it might be worth the hard work to at least try to find out what led the two of you into the situation.. without placing blame.

  • Toria. says:

    Do some counseling. It helps to have a referee.

    I went into my marriage informing my husband that divorce is NOT an option. For either of us. If we have a no divorce option, we are more likely to work out our problems.

  • Windrider The New Herald Mage. says:

    I am single.

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