Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Save Your Marriage For Better Or For Worse by A.C. West

Remember your wedding day? Chances are you vowed to stay together for better or worse. Well, if you are in a marital relationship where you have reached a stage of "for worse," you need to get it back to the point of "for better" to save your marriage.
That vow you made stated that you would be there for your spouse through the good times and the bad. When things get tough, you both need to step back for a moment a recall that you are each others security net, so to speak. You are supposed to be there for each other in the rough times and not run away at the sight of problems.

In some cases, you may have grown apart from each other with your busy lives. Work, children, daily tasks needing to be completed can all take time away from your spouse. The problems may be minor and easily corrected by talking with each other and being open and honest about your concerns. You may only need to start spending time together as you did in the early years of your relationship. Or even just begin doing little things to show your love for each other.

In other cases, your problems may be very serious. Issues such as infidelity, abuse, and drug addiction will generally need to be resolved with other means than attempting to handle it alone. These types of issues will need professional assistance for the mental, physical, and emotional sake of both of you. But even with these types of serious problems, chances are still good that your marriage can be saved.

Whether your marriage problems are minor or severe and no matter how difficult the circumstances may be, try to remember your marriage vow of "for better or worse." You made a commitment to one another. Most marriages can be saved and not lead to divorce.

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