How to Fix a Broken Marriage: What is Driving you Apart and How to Fix it by Nicole ReedMarriage is hard, it has always been hard but perhaps in todays world with all the distractions and overall acceptance of divorce it is even harder to stay married that in years or generations past. How do you stay connected, how do you stop accusing and start fixing? Do you feel lonely and hurt? Do you blame your spouse or do they blame you for how they feel? Why can we not be happy and stay connected like we were when we were first married?
“What are the things you do that contribute to the unhappiness in your marriage?”
“Do you blame your spouse or do they blame you for past transgressions?”
“How can we move past the blame and start the healing process?”
What makes a happy marriage?
7 Steps to Fix a Broken Marriage on Brink of Divorce
Regardless of our best intentions, there will always be times when even the best marriage will experience problems and issues. Instead of running away or refusing to face these problems, we should instead run to God, who can make things right. God is the one who knows what is wrong with your marriage and how to fix it. The power of prayer cannot be overemphasised. Prayer can repair any relationship, no matter the level of damage. It can bring spouses together, no matter how sour their relationship has gotten.
A broken marriage is right up there among the top pain producers. So if your marriage is heading in that direction it is time to act, right away. Most couples put off marriage help thinking there is nothing they can do, or that things will somehow fix themselves over time. Imagine what it would be like if a car starts rolling, and you quickly stick a rock or log under the tire I have seen people stick their foot under it the car will stop. But if you are too late the car gets away from you. When I was a divorce mediator I had finally seen enough.