In America nearly half of the marriages end up in a divorce. There are a wide range of problems such as infidelity, disagreement, financial and so on which begin troubling ones married life.
The reason could be anything that’s causing problems in your marriage, but saving your marriage is possible only if both of you are equally willing to continue with the alliance.
Willingness on part of both the parties to stay together and to sort out issues is the first and the most important step to keep the marriage going. Because, unless the both of you are willing to sit down together and analyze your situation you will never be able to figure out where and how problems came into your relationship and how you can overcome these problems.
The reasons why your marriage is going through troubled times could be absolutely anything ranging from infidelity to financial problems, from depression and anxiety to substance abuse, and from problems related to one’s career to problems related to children and relatives. It doesn’t really matter what exactly the problem is, as long as you can identify some way to address this problem. And that’s where the real work begins.
You need to think logically and find out how things can be made better, and just remember that if there is a problem there is always a solution to it as well. For instance, if you’re troubled with your partner’s alcoholism or drug abuse you can always help him out of the situation with the help of counselors, medical treatment and rehabilitation centers.
If you’re having problems because of your in-laws, moving out into a different house might solve the problems. If infidelity is the issue, then you need to see whether your spouse is sneaking out only for sexual gratification, if that is the case you might want to make changes in your sexual relationship so that the two of you keep each other completely satisfied.
Not each and every marriage which goes through trouble ends up in divorce, and whether or not your marriage will survive, will depend on the kind of initiative that the two of you are willing to make.