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How to Save a Marriage When Only One Is Trying

We all know that marriage is hard.  It starts out easy, but as we get more responsibilities, toss in a couple kids and some major life events…. It gets real!

Some reasons may include:

  1. I love my husband
  2. My husband is my best friend
  3. I want to keep my family together
  4. I don’t believe in divorce
  5. I love his family
  6. I love our lifestyle and home

Take Your Focus Away From Your Marriage

So start by focusing on yourself. 

Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Decide who you want to be in the marriage?
  2. What baggage are you bringing into your marriage?
  3. Are you a good communicator?
  4. Did your parents have a healthy romantic relationship?
  5. What have your past romantic relationships been like?

When you start letting go of the problems and negativity, you start focusing on how you are showering up each day, then you can make some massive changes. 

Time To Focus On the Marriage

Once you have processed and cleared the following, you can then start to work on rebuilding trust, improving communication, and reigniting emotional connection again.

  1. Society’s ingrained beliefs (Couples Counseling is the only way to save a marriage)
  2. Childhood programming of what is right and wrong 
  3. Mini and Major Traumas from your past (bullying, death, divorce, abuse)
  4. Stuck emotions from past relationships, breakups, and your current marriage.
  5. Personal limiting beliefs (I am not good enough, people pleasing)
  6. Reason for weak boundaries
  7. Attachment style & Abondamment

You transform yourself to transform your marriage.

Start focusing on becoming the person your partner loved and married. Bring your partner on board again, as he will your shift in vibration and behaviour.

This is when real change happens.

You are happier, and he sees that in you.

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