Saving a marriage can be one of the hardest things to do, but I’ll give you some quick tips that will get you on your way.
First, you need to take a step back and see what’s really going on in the relationship. Take time to let you emotions calm and try to be very honest with yourself. A lot of times, thinking can cloud your judgement and will make you do irrational things that don’t make sense.
Second, take all the advice that your friends gave you, and then throw it away. At least take it with a huge grain of salt. Most advice is given to you based on what your friends think you will want to hear and not actually truthful advice. Plus, what do your friends know about saving marriages anyway? Have they ever had to save theirs? Then how would they know what works and what doesn’t? At most, their advice is just a guess or a stab in the dark to try and make you feel better. You need advice from an expert that has helped thousands of marriages get back together with a proven system that works, like Michael Cross’ You Marriage Savior Program.
Third, You really need to take action. Once you’ve decided on a plan, it’s time to put that into place. Your marriage won’t just magically get back together on it’s own. It’s going to take time and it might be hard. But it’s surely not impossible, I can promise you that. It’s really about what you can convince yourself of. If you think it’s not going to work, that will put you on a path where you neglect anything that might make it work…. and in the end, you’re right. But if you can convince yourself it will work, then you will start traveling along the path of it working. Maybe you’ll make some mistakes, but you’re on the right path.
Keep going, Keep believing, and you will achieve what you set out to.