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5 Strategies For Convincing A Spouse To Save A Marriage Strategies for convincing a spouse to save a marriage are all over the place online, but the problem is no one really gives you a clear path to take to get to the root of your problems and find workable solutions. When you know how to get your negotiations off on the right foot and where to go from there, though, you have a much better chance for convincing a spouse to save a marriage .

1. Rule out divorce!

If you've been talking about divorce, but neither of you really want it, banish all talk of it from your conversations. It's not an option, so why are you even mentioning it? Some people tend to use the d-word as a threat, even though they never plan to carry through. The problem with that is the more often you bring up the subject, the more likely it is to become a reality.

2. Retrace your steps!

At one point you two were the perfect couple, right? You couldn’t wait to see each other, spent hours talking, and managed to solve any disagreements without growling at each other. Then something happened. To find out exactly what that “something” was, think back in time and see if you can pin point where things started going off track. 

Ideally, you’ll want to sit down and talk this through together. To you it might seem like your partner started getting snippy out of the blue, but they might be perfectly clear on what started the conflict. 

3. Accept that your spouse is imperfect!

When you're newlyweds, it's easy to ignore those annoying little habits your partner might have like leaving clothes on the floor or forgetting to fill the gas tank. After a few years living together, though, the irritation builds up and you start to wish your spouse would just stop it already. The next time your spouse does something that irritates you, consider whether it's really all that serious. If not, let it go.

4. Stop criticizing!

Even if you've managed to accomplish the goal above, this one's easier said than done. Once you've fallen into the habit, it takes some effort to stop, but try to avoid verbally attacking your spouse for doing something you don't like. That doesn't mean you shouldn't let them know when something they do bothers you, but doing so in a non-judgmental way can make life a 
lot easier. 

5. Spend quality time together! 

A lot of times relationships fall apart just because the two people involved don’t pay enough attention to each other. You might not be able to take a week off and tour Paris, but at least try to set aside one evening a week for a date; whether it’s at a fancy restaurant or the local bowling alley. Whatever you do, make this time sacred: no talking about work pressures, money problems, or which of the kids is in trouble this week. Instead, use the time to talk about your thoughts, beliefs and dreams.

Collecting tips and tricks on how to save a relationship won’t do you much good unless you have a solid plan of attack. The step-by-step process here is just the beginning, though.
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