You may feel like your marriage is doomed to failure if your spouse is uncooperative.
There is actually something you can do. Check this out…
Your Marriage Fitness program gave me a new perspective for my failing marriage.
I registered as a last ditch effort to save my marriage. My husband wanted a divorce.
I was out of hope, out of ideas, and searching for a way change my situation.
I registered for the lone ranger track, which in the beginning even brought heartache. There I was wanting to save my marriage and my husband could care less. I wondered how a marriage could be saved when only one partner was unwilling to participate.
The program changed not only that thought, but my perspective on how I could better my marriage and myself.
I have become a better wife and I can even say that my marriage is no longer failing. There is laughter, love, jokes, and time spent together again.
My thoughts and my actions have changed my marriage’s momentum, and I would encourage any couple to participate in the program.
Mort has valuable insights, and proven methods to restore love in a marriage.
The rest of this article contains some tips that I’ve learned from extensive experience of working with 1,000s of married couples — Many of whom had a spouse unwilling to go to marriage counseling. (Cooperative spouse NOT required!)
Not every marriage is as solid as the steady rock it was founded on —
But no matter what your unique matrimonial issue may be, there are plenty of options out there to help turn things around.
From marriage therapy to marriage retreats, there are virtually COUNTLESS opportunities to keep the fire burning in your marriage.
However, there is the occasional spouse unwilling to go to marriage counseling.
If you find yourself thinking a very similar circumstance is happening in your marriage, it is likely due to one big reason: a serious break down in communication.
When you’re not communicating the way you once were, then the cracks in the foundation of a relationship only grow wider.
If you feel your marriage could really use some much needed counseling, and you have a spouse unwilling to go to marriage counseling, then perhaps focus first on repairing that very important bridge of communication.
If necessary, write a note, perhaps like you once did early in the relationship.
Whatever you think could possibly re-ignite the fire in your relationship is a great way to nudge your partner in the right direction.
Marriages can always be improved.
Even those couples nearing their fiftieth anniversary have to keep working on their marriage.
That said, sometimes a marriage is most successful at its beginning.
Think about what made things work between you and your spouse at the very start of you relationship.
Chances are, he or she share the same fond memories of how things used to be.
In marriage therapy, this can be a terrific ice breaker when opening those tangled lines of communication.
And you can do this even before you step foot in a marriage counselor’s office.
It may help giving your spouse that extra incentive to get to couples therapy.
If you still have a spouse unwilling to go to marriage counseling, then maybe talk to some friends.
Perhaps there is that couple in your neighborhood that you and your spouse love hanging out with.
Maybe their marriage is as strong as yours once was.
Invite them over to discuss what is working in their relationship.
This could jog some memories of your own.
Your spouse may become motivated to do what it takes to seek help in renewing your marriage.
Please DO NOT lose faith or get discouraged.
(Particularly because it’s possible to save the marriage by yourself!)
The effort spent on improving your marriage may be the best thing you will ever do.
If you have a spouse unwilling to go to marriage counseling, one of the WORST things you can do is keep trying to get your partner to go with you to marriage therapy.
Believe me, I’ve seen this a million times —
And you CAN fix your marriage withOUT annoying your husband or wife to death.
Just follow my program — It’s worked for THOUSANDS of married couples. And it can work for you, too!
We were on the verge of divorce. He moved out and filed. I was lost. I purchased the Lone Ranger because he was done. Within weeks he went from ignoring everything I said to spending time together. We reconciled. He moved home.
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