10 Little Known Steps You May Not Have Thought Of to Win Him/Her Back
If your spouse is not interested in working on the marriage or wants a divorce, you’re probably experiencing a wide arrange of emotions from anger to sadness and fear. It’s a painful place to be. It’s confusing and it’s scary because you’re afraid of losing him/her. Although it may seem like a lost cause, there is still a lot you can do on your end to help turn things around, even if your spouse seems disinterested. It’s not going to be easy but if you work on implementing these 10 things, there is reason to hope that love can once again flourish.
You’ve been looking for how to save a marriage when only one is trying and this is the right place to be. If you haven’t yet read the 10 Steps to Winning Your Spouse Back article please do so here.
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Although it may seem like a lost cause, there is still a lot you can do on your end to help turn things around, even if your spouse seems disinterested. It’s not going to be easy but if you work on implementing these 10 things, there is reason to hope that love can once again flourish.
We know what works and we know what doesn’t. We’ve consolidated this information for you- specifically for you, the “Lone Ranger” who is fighting to save your marriage all by yourself.
We recommend that you listen to all of the steps, giving yourself days, maybe weeks, to slowly implement what you hear- bit by bit, day by day, so that you become used to the work and the commitment.
Once you’re fully committed, that’s actually half the battle. And you are, so congrats!
Thinking of you,
Rabbi Shlomo and Rivka Slatkin,
The Marriage Restoration Project