3 Signs Your Marriage Can Be Saved


3 Signs Your Marriage Can Be Saved

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– 3 signs that your marriage can be saved

Hi YouTube, Natalie Sayward here. I am a wedding guru from Toronto, Ontario, and today I am going to share with you three signs that your marriage can be saved.

Now, I know it sounds like a heavy claim, but I've personally used these tips and today, my husband and I are happier than ever!

So, let's start.

1. Your spouse is ready to talk about your problems.

If you and your husband or wife always feel comfortable talking openly about the problems of your marriage, then this is a great sign that your marriage can be saved.

Since most marriages break down when a partner refuses to fix problems or quits whenever something important happens, if the communication is still flowing between you and your spouse then trust me, you're in a good place.

That said, if your spouse has not been the most open with you lately, all hope is not lost. In this case, you will need to focus on feeling safe enough to discuss their emotions. It can take time and patience, but once you're there, you're heading in the right direction.

If you are interested in learning powerful tips to improve communication with your spouse, then I strongly suggest you visit www.preventdivorcenow.com and watch the free video presentation. Believe me, you do not want to miss this one.

2. You still enjoy the company from the other

It can not be denied that at some point you and your spouse were friends. After all, it is the basis of where most relationships begin. So, if you're still the perfect person for a fun evening or a short lunch break, or if your ideal night is just to spend it on the couch with your spouse, then yes, despite all the problems you may be facing your marriage, the relationship can still be saved.

The key to being friends with your spouse is to be the person to whom they feel most comfortable. The one they can laugh at and let go. The one who helps them forget all the problems of their daily life.

Maybe that's an area that needs TLC, but if you go out together on dates, or if you spend your free time side by side, then again, you're in a good place to save your marriage.

3. You both take responsibility for the problems of your marriage

This one is a big one.

A problem that often arises when there are problems in heaven is the game of fault. This usually happens when couples let their emotions take the best of themselves, and instead of talking about their feelings, they become grudges and blame each other for the problems of their marriage.

So, if you and your spouse take responsibility for the problems you face, then this is a sure sign that your marriage can be saved. If you are not there yet, that's fine too.

Often, it takes a spouse to step up and acknowledge their shortcomings before the other person willingly follows up. So, if you are looking to solve your marital problems, you may need to be the most important person and recognize that your actions have a negative impact on the relationship.

Again, if you want to learn more powerful tips to save your marriage, go to www.preventdivorcenow.com and watch the presentation. I can not stress enough that the video is useful and informative, and best of all, it's free!

Well, it does for this video. I hope you enjoyed it and that you have some insight as to the location of your wedding. If you found this video helpful, show your support by subscribing to my channel and, as always, feel free to ask your questions in the comments section below.

Until next time, take care of yourself and good luck!

Video credits to Natalie Sayward YouTube channel





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