…but you didn’t know where to start. If you think it’s impossible to save your marriage, because too many bad things have been said or done, this could be the most important letter you’ve ever read
You love your spouse, and they love you. You’ve been married for years, and it used to be happy. But now you’re having a hard time remembering any good times. Bad tension is like a sickness. When it’s in your house nothing is fun or good.
You can’t believe this is happening to you.
How did it happen? Where did your marriage skid off course? More importantly, can your relationship ever be restored?
You could give up and get a divorce. That’s pretty drastic so trend carefully. Regret is also a hard thing to live with. Is that really what you want? What if you could save your marriage…
If you don’t try to save your marriage, could you ever forgive yourself? Especially if there are children involved.
Dear Troubled Lover,
You didn’t think it’d end up this way on your wedding day.
But now you can’t get a straight answer. Their sarcasm hurts. The silence hurts. Making a simple request feels like you’re asking the impossible. What happened to the person that used to do anything for you?
Most marriages start to fail when you stop listening and talking to each other. There’s a lack of respect between you. There’s boredom and the sex isn’t so hot either. Sound familiar?
They never want to admit to being wrong. Say one thing and do another (i.e. “I’ll change”). You suspect they’re not always being honest. And maybe you’re guilty of some of these things as well.
In situations like this, it’s no wonder that people think divorce is the only way out. The thing is, when most people think they want a divorce, what they really want is a change.
There’s a really ugly side to divorce. It might seem like the easy way out, but the bombardment of sad and regretful feelings afterward will last for years. You’ve created a life together; this is your family, so try to focus on the larger picture.
The only people who benefit from divorce are the greedy lawyers who use every trick in the book to try and destroy your partner’s life. And vice versa.
The truth is, divorce rarely makes you happier. And usually leads to being even more miserable. What can hurt more than leaving the person you love?
In the late 80’s researchers started collecting contact information from unhappily married couples. Five years later, 86% of the couples that stayed together were happier than they were before. Things can get better.
This guide, “Save Your Marriage” will sit you down and teach you how to stop the negative momentum in your relationship. And you can get it right this second, because it’s that important, by clicking the link at the bottom of this page and downloading it straight to your PC.
You won’t regret it.
…here is just some of the marriage saving action-advice you will find inside:
And there’s much more…