How To Save Marriage From Divorce

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There comes a time in life when some problems in marriages become unresolvable. But one thing you might not know is that it's normal – all couples have differences. But due to these circumstances, it sometimes leads to divorce. How exactly do you avoid that divorce? In this video, we are going to talk about marriage and divorce and how to save the marriage before it's too late.

00:15 We can't keep doing the same thing and expect things to change
00:51 Change your view or change your do, it's up to you!
01:18 70% of the problems in a marriage is unresolvable
02:57 You want to do more of what works and less of what doesn't
04:11 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse
04:29 Criticism
04:40 Defensiveness
04:50 Contempt
05:10 Stone-walling
05:37 Become aware
06:12 9 Principles (for personal use)
07:11 Principle 1 – Positivity
07:26 Principle 2 – Common Values
07:53 Principle 3 – Humility
08:53 Principle 4 – Forgiveness
09:22 Principle 5 – Respect
10:36 Principle 6 – Love
11:17 Principle 7 – Compassion
11:52 Principle 8 – Work
12:48 Principle 9 – Wholesome Recreational Activities

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Dr. Paul Jenkins

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18 thoughts on “How To Save Marriage From Divorce

    1. The Work at Home Mama, I will get Vicki on the channel any time her schedule allows. I will ask her about soloing.

  1. How should I handle the fact that I am the only one putting effort to heal our problems in marriage? I constantly check in, communicate when I notice something is off, read marriage help books, watch videos (such as this one) on YouTube, and try my best to apply the tactics in marriage. But just like you said, “you can’t control your spouse’s behavior, you can only control your own”. I have requested that we work as a team. I have asked if he could please put a little more effort into trying, but it’s likes he wants to stay in the same ruts we’ve always been in. He tells me vocally he’ll try, but his actions never follow. It hurts and makes me feel like he doesn’t care enough about me to try. He says a lot with his words, but his actions are always hurtful.

    1. L S, you will have to decide if this is enough for you. What is it you really want and will your husband be able to give it to you? Do you want to be in this marriage if nothing changes? Tough questions but when you decide the answers, your path will be clear.

  2. Your average American (too narcissistic, unintelligent, myopic and lacking in personal integrity) is incapable of the qualities needed to make a marriage work without tutelage.

  3. I can’t thank you enough Dr. Paul & Vickie for these amazing tips! I belief on keep on trying to be a better person(marriage, Mom, sister, etc). Sharing both of ur wisdoms is greatly appreciated by me! Beautiful couple. Can u please keep working together? I humbly love you(work & as a human)!

    1. We love working together, ROSIE112109. Vicki gets pretty busy during the school year but we will make more time for her on the channel when her schedule allows. She is brilliant.

  4. Guy- “If people would do more of what it takes to GET married, then more people would STAY married”
    Millennials- let’s shack up with no faithfulness and get married 10yrs later… gets divorce doing the same thing they were doing while dating. 🤔

    1. Amber Ave, you are spot on, we still need to date our spouses and make time for them in our busy schedules. The wedding is not the end of the story, just the beginning.

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