Recognizing The Marriage Breakdown

Relationship Stages Recognizing The Marriage Breakdown

Many marriages end up in divorce because they wait too late to get the help that is needed to save their marriage. Ignoring marital problems can build up resentment, hurt feelings and cause one spouse to emotionally detach from the other. Seek professional help if the following signs are occurring in your marriage:

1. You Often Dream About a Life Without Your Spouse

Thinking about how much better life would be if you were divorced is common. However, if it occurs frequently, this is a sign of trouble. It indicates that you are stuck in an unpleasant situation without any solution.

2. The Bad in The Marriage Outweighs The Good

If the negative outweighs the good in your marriage, your marriage is in trouble and is in need of help. Not taking pro-active steps to solve marital problems will lead to other problems that destroy the marriage.

3. You Keep Things to Yourself

Communication is important to relieve stress and build a healthier bond between couples. Lack of communication indicates the lack of trust in your spouse. A marriage can’t survive where there are issues of trust.

4. Arguing over the same subject repeatedly

If your arguments become routine with all the same issues and no resolution, then your marriage is either standing still or dying fast.

5. You Feel Like You are The Only One Trying to Solve Problems

You feel frustrated because every time you try to discuss marital problems, your spouse retreats from you. Eventually one or the other spouse will shut down all together and no longer be interested in solving the marital problems.

6. Intimacy is a thing of the past

A considerable decline in physical affection is one of the most recognized symptoms of a failing relationship. Intimacy is the act that allows us to bond as husband and wife. If your partner is showing no or very little interest in intimacy then they are caring less about the emotional bond between the two of you.

7 Important steps to revive the spark in your marriage

Remember when you two were so deeply in love that nothing could separate you? A lot of us have come to expect that the passion wears off after a few years, but it doesn’t have to. Here are a four steps you can do to reignite and rekindle the flame in your relationship:

1) Date Like You Used To Date In The Beginning

Many couples settle into routines; they come home from work, eat dinner, watch some television and then sleep. It can get very boring sometimes. So to spice things up, spent one night a week having a night out, and spend it just like you used to when you both were dating. You need to remind each other why you both got together in the first place. If you have children, leave them with a grandparent or a babysitter for just that one night. You will definitely enjoy the peacefulness and focus on each other.

2) Communicate

A lack of communication can be the main cause of a monotonous relationship. Effective communication is vital to keep the spark alive. If you feel your partner is not spending enough time with you, speak your mind. Sit down and discuss it. It may be the fuel your relationship needs.

3) Be Romantic

In the beginning, almost all couples flirt with each other. You already know how to turn each other on mentally, emotionally and physically. So why not send your significant other a flirtatious text or email in the middle of the day for no reason. Tease them a little bit. Tell them how much you miss them. Tell them how good it feels to be in a relationship with them. Random compliments in the middle of the day for no reason at all will light a romantic spark.

4) Explore Something New Together

Get away for the weekend. Take a road trip together. Explore a new activity together. It doesn’t matter if it’s dancing, cooking class, learning a sport or something else. It only matters that you learn something together. Doing that will make you ignore the current issues between you, plus it creates something new about which the two of you can talk.

5) Bedtime sharing

Go to bed at the same time, together, every night. This is huge. That means turning off the TV, the night-light and the phone. This is your time together. Cuddle and talk, make love if the urge strikes, but that is not the point. The point is to talk about your day, your worries, and your hopes. Discover that in spite of all the time you have spent together, you still don’t know each other. If you don’t live together, or are not together for whatever reason, talk on the phone after you climb into bed.

6) Touch well, touch often: Touch your partner as often as possible, and get them to touch you as often as possible. Skin to skin contact increases a hormone called oxytocin, the hormone of love. Oxytocin increases trust and a sense of safety; it reduces stress and increases sexual arousal.

7) Play together. Be playful in your interactions. Have a sense of humor in times of stress. Find something playful to do that you both enjoy and make it a priority to keep it in your schedule. Play is critical to our sense of connection to others, and to our joy in life. It also expands our ability to think, develops creativity, and gives us a sense of joy, additionally it develops trust and engenders caring.

Recognizing The Marriage Breakdown

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