Is Saving A Relationship Worth It?
Maybe, you won't need to ask how to win your ex back. All relationships have rocky patches but if your rocky
patch seems to be dragging on for eternity you may be wondering if saving it is really worth it. Maybe you have
seen a counselor and tried to find ways to love again.
You might have worked hard only to find that you again start having intimacy problems of some kind. Perhaps you
experienced problems in your dating life. You cannot seem to shake the problems even though you thought you got
good advice from a number of sources. Do want to be asking how to "get back with my ex" in the future?
Pen a list of the people that you like to spend time with. Is your spouse or partner on that list? Do you
actually have fun together? When did you last go out and have fun for the hell of it? Is it possible for the two of
you to do that? Are you content just being with them? A successful relationship will be one where just having your
partner around means you feel contented.
Another point to think about when considering saving the relationship is if you feel your spouse understands
you. Do you listen when your spouse talks? When you talk do you feel you are communicating and your spouse gets
what you are saying? Work on whether this is the case or not.
A relationship is supposed to be a place where you can go when you need comforted. Are you comforted by this
partnership when things are not good for you? Do you actually need comfort because of the relationship? Perhaps you
are creating a problem by looking for comfort in another place.
If there are questions about faithfulness or infidelity, they need to be addressed. Can you trust in them? Are
they able to trust you? If you discover a problem answering yes to those questions, then you may either need some
serious marriage counseling or couple's therapy.
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