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How to Save a Relationship

Do you remember when you first began dating your partner? Things were easy because both of you were excited to be together. If there was a disagreement you both found a way to make it work.

You made sure the other one knew you were thinking about them with random texts or a quick phone call. Now there are some days when you don’t even like sleeping next to your partner.

And besides talk about the kids, house, or work you two haven’t said more than hello, in who knows how long. And you are starting to wonder if your relationship is over.

The first and most important question is do you want to save your relationship? Assuming your answer is yes, than keep reading because this article is to going tell you how to save your relationship.

The first step to saving your relationship is opening the lines of communication back up. It has taken years for the lines to break down it started out slowly, not calling as much, or instead of sitting together for breakfast and dinner you dropped your breakfast time.

The beauty here is that it won’t take years to rebuild the lines of communication if both parties are willing to find the time. Just add in 10-15 min. per day where the two of you talk about anything except: your children, job or logistical type subjects, like bills.

The next step is to use some of that communication time you are adding into your day to remember why you got married in the first place. Talk about what you liked about each other, what attracted you to him or her. What did the two of you like to do together? Take some time to remember where the two of you began. This will help you remember why you fell in love. And hopefully it will also remind you of the things that are important to do for each other to show the other that you do love them.

The third step is to find something to with each other that you both like to do. Part of being a couple is doing things together. And over time people change so again, using that time you take to talk, find out what your partner is interested in. Is it the same as when you got married or have their interests changed? Or perhaps maybe you two could come up with something new you would both like to learn how to do, or go do together.

Saving a relationship can’t happen overnight because it requires fixing areas of your relationship that have probably been broken for a while. So that means it will take work, time and effort from both partners in the relationship.

It will also mean opening the lines of communication again, remembering why you fell in love in the first place, finding time every day to connect and it will mean finding something the two of you can do together. If you put the work in, you will surely be able to save y our relationship. 

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