If you are bent on keeping your marriage or relationship intact and is far from giving up the fight, then you can look forward to doing some relationship rescue work. So many articles and books have been written about this topic. You get a lot of unsolicited advice from friends and family. Then there are the marriage therapists and counselors. Generally, they have the same things to say about it but no definitive advice which you can act on.
There is one simple relationship rescue work that you can try, and that is being sincere and learning to accept your partner for who they really are. Go ahead, tell me that this is not simple enough. It can only become complicated if you are not prepared to own up your part in the problems of the relationship. You have to admit that you were not perfect when you went it to the relationship and surely your flaws and inconsistencies can over time cause conflict in the relationship. So if there are changes to be implemented for the relationship to be saved, you must work on your mistakes too, together with your partner.
Real love must be willing to make compromises all the time. You have to flexible and make allowances for your partner for the relationship to succeed. Honestly look at yourself and determine what you need to change in you to make your on your partner’s life easier.
Relationship rescue work will entail major change in the way you look at things. For some what they superficially perceive is the truth. But sometimes a person’s perception could be clouded and what he takes for truth is not in fact the reality. Let me explain further. Things have not been going right for you at work, then you come home to a troubled relationship and conclude this relationship is going to the dogs. But on a better day, perhaps you were granted a raise or your favorite baseball team won, then the situation at home is not as bad as it looks and now says there is nothing in it that cannot be solved. Sometimes when a man works too hard, the wife gets irritated but it could be worse if the man has no work, or earning too little or is a certified bum. We can also stop being dense and look deeper into why you partner does the things he or she does.
As usual, communication is vital. Once the issue has been settled, seal it and move on. Keeping grudges eats a person up and it will not do you good to do so. Once commitments have been made about particular issues, you have to erase them from your memory bank already and when you are in an argument, do not use the past as a tool to hurt your partner. Let the present deal with itself.
If you sincerely want to do some serious relationship rescue work, the above tips could help you breathe a fresh breath of life into your ailing relationship.
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