If you are facing the possibility of divorce, this article can be a comfort to you. Here we will discuss what you can do to fix your relationship when your spouse or partner says they want a divorce.
We are going to give you some ideas that will help you repair, restore and arrange a loving relationship.
Most people do not plan to get divorced. The good news is that it does NOT have to happen to you, regardless of the condition in which your marriage relationship was. It is entirely possible to fix your relationship, even if your husband or wife says that you want a divorce.
Step 1- Order your ideas. It is easy to be paralyzed, like a deer in front of the lights of a car, when you face the possibility of a divorce or separation. My advice is to concentrate. Make a conscious decision before you start acting to save your relationship from a possible divorce. Otherwise, you can get caught up in the situation and just wait for things to “settle on their own.” If you get to this point, you will not be able to control this situation.
Step 2- Find out why your husband or wife wants a divorce. This step requires a little honesty with yourself and a direct conversation with your spouse. Was there a specific event that caused this decision? ( Is there an infidelity on your part? ) This will help you discover which changes are necessary to get things back on track.
What happens if you want a divorce? If it is you who are thinking about divorce, it is your turn to try to fix the relationship. The two steps mentioned above are still useful. However, if you really want to save the relationship, you can start acting right now. For example:
– If you have been unfaithful, you have deceived your partner or had an affair, LEAVE IT NOW. It is up to you, to be honest with your spouse (Many people think this is not worth it if you have never been discovered).
– If you’ve fallen into a boring routine, then it changes things. Make your spouse feel special and enlivens the relationship. If you have been negative, unhappy or moody, change your behavior and decide to have a more positive attitude towards life and your relationship.
No matter which side of the fence you are, I would advise you to share what you feel with someone. It can be a brother or sister, a relative or a close friend. These people can be a very valuable resource and an objective voice within all this chaos that you are living in this stressful time of your life.
I also advise that you and your spouse consider going to a marriage counselor. A third person can help you and your partner fix the relationship and make the necessary changes.
Finally, I recommend the book “Recover My Marriage” by Natalia Fernandez and knows the infallible method to save your marriage and get the love of your partner again. Click here for more details on this book.