How I Saved My Marriage Leslie

Marriage would seem wonderfully endearing to the single man or woman who has in no way married, and perhaps to the divorced person who hankers for some thing to arrest their longing for companionship or sexual release, but marriage for practically all of us is fairly a challenging function at times. (And I can say this even as a representative of my wife!). We carry so much of ourselves into our marriages – which is both a excellent and a bad factor.

We deliver in expectations of currently being ‘met’ by our partners: that they will satisfy us sexually, not devote too much funds, not seek out to handle us, that they will want to devote time with us. We also bring in expectations of what our partners need to deliver to us: their virtues of diligence and moderation and sanctity and kindness – to identify just 4. We are disappointed when they don’t measure up to our previously unconscious expectations – that have now become aware due to our encroaching annoyance.

The Roots of Marital Conflicts

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The problem comes when couples approach conflict as a win-lose situation, which makes it very difficult to reach a compromise. It’s simply human nature to want to be right, and so we approach resolving conflict from a right or wrong perspective.

Before two people in love decide to become legally bound in matrimony, and take the vows that are supposed to last until death do you part, some “In depth” planning must be done. A marriage is like a business, and every business starts with a business plan. The same type of plan needs to be made for a marriage.

The problem with this, is that we start making assumptions, and that gets us into trouble. We assume they are upset at us for this or that. Or perhaps we assume their bad mood is because of us. The truth of the matter is that not everything is about us, and therefore, we need to step back, and not take everything personally.

Well, people only knew a “personality” not the “character” of that person. Character in the end is the constellation of enduring traits that are manifested in the ways that an individual reacts to the extreme challenges of life. When you and your spouse met, you met each other’s personalities. You showed to the other person the most brilliant side of you or your public persona.

What keeps people in conflict? Too often the conflict has escalated to the point that conflict is the conflict. The trigger point of the disagreement has long been forgotten and suddenly the arguments bring unhealthy elements from the past or projections of future events, neither of which have any bearing on the original underlying issue.

Establish Some Good Guidelines For Your Relationship. Perhaps your adviser does do not realize that you have already done that, and the guidelines you set up for yourself are drastically deteriorated at this point in your romance. You still need to know what to do because the above answer helps only a little.

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Remain Steady and Strong Throughout Your Marital Ordeal. Is your relationship consultant overlooking the fact that your human nature remains subject to a little thing called “feelings?” Being rejected, hurt, misunderstood, cheated upon, or in virtually any other way, let down by your spouse remains one of the absolutely most jarring emotional experiences one can imagine.

Words such as, “I felt foolish when you said those things about me in front of your friends!” are much more acceptable because they do not attack the self-worth of your partner while at the same time they do bring up the issues of conflict.

“You can’t, you might as well give up now!”, remember, keep asking yourself empowering questions, and if you find yourself asking dis-empowering questions, make it a habit to ask three empowering questions in return and in no time, you’ll be setting yourself for success.

I like to say that character is the “raw” self without the façade and the defense mechanisms we use to protect ourselves. Have you heard the statement: “We never though this person would do this?”.

Likewise, you and your spouse each have a “love tank”, and when it is empty, the marriage stops performing. It is therefore imperative to be sure your spouse’s love tank is always full. Keep the romance alive.

As a couple you should both have leadership qualities. The essence of leadership is: “To lead people to willingly do things that they would normally not want to do themselves.” Here are some ways to manage marital conflicts and resolve differences; understanding them will be your marriage saving secrets. Make sure your spouse understands the issues and if possible clarify the issues.

Methods of Resolving Conflicts: It should not be thought that conflicts are abnormal in marriage. Conflicts are inevitable, even in marriage because of past experiences, the different environments in which the couples were brought up and difference in personality. The solution therefore does not depend in trusting that conflicts will not occur, but depends on knowing how to resolve them when they occur.

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Not to leave you blinded or confused in any way by this powerful suggestion… the realistic challenge you are most likely to face is that YOU ALONE may be the fortunate follower of such smartly soothing companionship advice.

His/her character could be the nasty, darkest, most competitive, vengeful part of that person and you never saw it fully displayed until a crisis evolved. Love making, kissing, tenderness, kindness and all the good gestures before the crisis where part of his/her personality. The crisis is, perhaps, the first time when your spouse stands truly, emotionally naked, in front of you for the first time.

Our natural desire is to find a pleasurable solution, but most couples don’t know how to recover when they experience relationship problems. Usually they keep doing over and over what they know to do and it doesn’t work.

Seek professional help. In overcoming marriage problems it is important to get all the help that you can get. Seeking professional help or reading books of experienced therapists and authors can be very helpful. There are people who are trained and experts in dealing with relationship and marriage conflicts.

What she needs to do is to complain. But how she does it is very important. This is what she could say to her husband: When you don’t take me anywhere, I feel like you take me for granted and that hurts me. In saying it in that way, she’s very honest, while at the same time respectful. She isn’t judging or attacking, she’s honestly reporting how she’s feeling.

Get to know your other half better to be able to understand his views and sentiments and avoid arguments moving forward. Every day is an opportunity to do that. It doesn’t mean that just because you’ve spent several years together before you got married, you already know each other very well and will let nature take its natural course in your marriage.

Their spouse is a mirror reflecting their true CHARACTER. And most people don’t like what they see. Divorce is often found in the backrooms of our characters and the utter dislike of our characters.

I also believe that this is one of the most interesting and fascinating pieces of information you will find in relationship literature. Basically, we have three brains and not just one. The Hindbrain (The Reptilian Brain) Like it or not, a part of our brain is similar to reptiles. It is located right at the base of our skull in the back.

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