Over the past 30 days, I have gotten several relationship coaching and counseling calls from couples that needed help with their marriage crisis. Obviously, marriage is quite easy when everything is going well. But if you’ve been married long enough, you know that marriage problems can go from critical to crisis very quickly.
The different things that may constitute a crisis vary from one relationship to the next, but the way you respond to them should be similar across the board. If you respond to your marriage crisis correctly, you have a better chance at saving your marriage from divorce. Here are some simple steps you can take to respond to your marriage crisis:
1. Acknowledge that there is a problem
Many couples make the mistake of letting things go too long before they address them. This never helps your relationship. You have to find the courage to acknowledge that there is a problem in order to fix it. One of the main reasons people don't acknowledge problems is because acknowledgement brings with it the responsibility to do something about it and that's what most people don't like to deal with.
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