When our marriage falls apart, we feel a sense of shock. Even though we were aware things weren’t good, we somehow still believed they weren’t as bad as they are.
We ask ourselves, “What happened?”
Once trust is broken, it is difficult to rebuild, but it can be done. It takes courage, determination, and resiliency to maintain a long-lasting relationship.
Today on my blog and podcast, we’ll discuss:
-Warning signs of a dying marriage
-The #1 component of a successful marriage
-9 psychological tasks that make marriage work
When we get married, we believe that life will be good from now on.
And then we find ourselves disagreeing, having passionate arguments, and spending less pleasant time together.
When things go wrong, couples need to have a strategy in place to repair their relationship. Strengthening a marriage requires respect and honor and a willingness to create a sense of purpose together.
Today on my blog and podcast, we’ll examine six warning signs that often predict potential divorce, from Dr. John Gottman’s book, “The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work.”