Today's Christian Marriage
9/24/13 at 05:08 PM 3 Comments

How to Fix a Broken Marriage – Even When Your Spouse Resists

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Is your marriage in trouble? Are you frustrated with your spouse or partner? Do you feel like you’re not as close as you used to be? Hope is not lost.

Millions of people around the world bemoan the fact that their marriage is plagued by neglect, boredom, infidelity, betrayal, money issues, or the threat of divorce. It might seem like there are no options for you, but there are ways to get your marriage back on track.

As a marriage expert and founder of alternative counseling techniques, I’ve seen real couples fix their broken marriages. The main idea is to focus on restoring the connection and put the past in the past. You don’t always need to fix every little thing that’s wrong with a marriage, rather, you need to work on making new things right.

By putting aside your issues, you can eventually move forward and reconnect. When a couple keeps harping on the past, it’s nearly impossible to embark upon the healing process.

This might sound different from typical marriage counseling tactics, but that only makes it an even better option for those looking for an alternative from the norm. The Marriage Fitness counseling program can help couples save their marriage when they feel like all hope is lost.

One thing you should keep in mind, even if your spouse seems unwilling to work on the marriage, is that you can start the healing process on your own. This might seem counterintuitive because most traditional programs require both partners to participate. This is not always effective.

Fortunately, if you’re feeling helpless and lost in your relationship, you can still get answers. Even if your partner is resistant at first, you can singlehandedly help to restore intimacy, rebuild trust, and strengthen your connection.

Consider these alternative methods to improving your marriage because until you’ve tried it all, you won’t feel like you gave it your all. Marriages take work and maintaining a relationship over the years isn’t easy. But, if you feel like nothing can fix your current situation, Marriage Fitness might be exactly what your relationship needs.

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