Many couples tend to fixate on what is wrong with their marriages and disregard — or blind themselves to — what is good.
When conflicts occur, often as a result of miscommunication, partners are likely to blame each other rather than to think of the conflict as a problem that can be solved.
It is difficult for couples to untangle the knots, overcome misunderstandings, resolve conflicts, understand their partners sensitivities and needs, how to make joint plans — how to enjoy each other more.
The cycle of misunderstanding: Can Be Broken.
If you believe that your relationship is savable, there are several ways to restart it and start over:
1.Initiate active listening with your partner.
2. Forgive the person your with and move past the pain.
3. Be honest about your concerns, desires and what you need.
4. Acknowledge your actions and role in the relationship
5. Give your partner time to heal a broken relationship.
Loving and being loved are certainly among the richest experiences that people have, so: The Best Thing To Hold Onto In Life Is Each Other.