How to Save Your Marriage And Stop Divorce (Complete Guide for 2015)

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In this video, I’m going to teach you how to prevent separation or divorce and save your marriage. This is obviously going to be a huge topic and I’m going to cover as much as I can in this video. So sit tight and be sure to watch this entire clip, because I’m going to teach you things that most couples will never know about building a loving marriage.

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This video is for people whose husband or wife announced that they’re no longer happy in their marriage. You may have heard painful things like, “I’m just not happy anymore”, “I don’t love you”, or “I’m leaving you.” Or, maybe they’ve already left you. No matter the case, I know how extremely difficult, stressful, and heartbreaking this situation is… and I know how hopeless you might feel at this very moment. So I’m going to start off this long video by telling you that there IS light at the end of this long tunnel. With the proper guidance, help, and attitude, it is possible to turn your marriage around despite how adamant your spouse may be on divorce. I know this because I’ve seen thousands of so called “hopeless” couples turn it around – and I know exactly how they did it.

With that being said, rebuilding a broken marriage is a rocky road. Sometimes, things can get a little worse before they get better, and it takes a lot of devotion on your part to make things better. However, I promise you that if you watch this whole video and follow my advice very closely, you’ll have the best chance possible of rebuilding that marriage you and your spouse deserve.

But before I get into what TO do to save your marriage, I first need to tell you about what NOT to do. The vast majority of married couples that I coach commit almost all of these very damaging mistakes. And I know that some of you might be in a situation where your spouse isn’t willing to work on the marriage, but in a minute, I’ll tell you why that’s okay, and why it’s even more important for you to learn these common mistakes before you go down the road of rebuilding a newer, happier marriage.

Some of this stuff you may already know, but it’s important to remember these mistakes before you cause any further damage to your marriage – and these are tips that will have an immediate impact on your relationship.

I like to call these mistakes my “Big Marital Mistakes”.

Big Marital Mistakes #1 – Initiating needless conflict with your spouse. When you’re trying to fix a broken marriage and you’re feeling desperate, chances are things can spiral out of control very easily… (and I think you know what I’m talking about). You think that if you could just talk to your spouse about all your problems and find common ground, your marriage will magically fix itself and get better. But usually, this isn’t the case.

While communicating with your spouse is important in rebuilding a marriage, what your marriage does NOT need right now is another argument or fight. Even if your partner says something antagonizing or wants to bring up a touchy sticky issue at the moment, do your best to avoid conflict politely. Don’t ignore your spouse or discount any of their concerns, but you need to ensure that the discussion doesn’t end up in a screaming match. You can say something along the lines of, “I know this is a real concern right now and I want to resolve this issue, but can we discuss this later?”

Try and be as non-confrontational as possible – at least for now – until you learn how you can manage how to handle your arguments later. I’ll get to what I call my “Dispute Defusing System” later in this video. If you have any questions or concerns about this common mistake, please be sure to ask questions in the comments section below. I’ll do my very best to get back to you as soon as I can.

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41 thoughts on “How to Save Your Marriage And Stop Divorce (Complete Guide for 2015)

  1. I’m not getting much help from what I’m watching so I’m asking for advice.
    I have given up on our marriage we’ve been married for 2 years and ive
    wanted a divorce for 1 year and 6 months my husband completely done a 360
    after we got married he became everything I hate he’s disrespectful always
    negative and we no long have anything in common we have become roommates
    with kids basically and I don’t like how he treats the kids I wana stay
    because of the kids an financialy I can’t get out on my own so what should
    I do

    1. +kristin sanchez Sorry to hear that. You’re asking how to handle a
      separation with barely enough money to be on your own, and yes, I haven’t
      covered that in any of my videos.I don’t know enough about your story, so I
      may be a little off, but being a stereotype wife who depends on her husband
      for financial means is already a challenge in and of itself. Try getting a
      job which pays better, perhaps? Now is the time to reach out to family and
      friends. Your husband may have just been showing you who he really is and
      I’m sorry to hear he’s become that way. Studies show that it takes an x
      amount of years really get to know someone, I forgot the actual figure, but
      it’s more than 2 years for sure, so perhaps try not to rush in the next
      time, is what I’m saying? I’m sorry if I’m not much help on this, but I do
      wish you the best for your future! Take care!

  2. When you say one should admit the other person is right in an argument,
    won’t it give your spouse an impression that you are always wrong and make
    them build up more anger for you. I accept blames for things I don’t do for
    peace sake and at the end ,things seems still rough

    1. +Ebenezer Obasa Hey man! I think I’ve just answered your concern on the
      previous/the same video with you asking similar issues in that comment, so
      please refer to that. 🙂

    1. Oh my God, I’m so glad to tell everyone the real thing that happen to me…My
      name is Chloe. If i refuse to share this testimony it means i am selfish to
      my self and to people i love so much whom might have similar problems,
      March 16th about something 7:23pm after taken our dinner my husband got
      crazy started calling a lady name Maureen I love you, i was so mad and
      started crying like a baby…then my husband left home then for the woman
      called Maureen, and never return back home then i believed when he
      understood himself, he was going to come back to apologise, but instead he
      left me So i complained to my friend she told me she was having such
      problems in her marriage until she was introduce to Dr. Baba who
      specializes in bringing back broken homes and broken marriages DR Baba cast
      a spell for me in May 4th surprisingly my husband came home May 6th
      apologizing that i should forgive him that it will never happen again, i
      was so glad and gave the thanks to Dr.Baba who save my Relationship, if you
      are having similar problem you can contact him and His email address is
      (realhomeofspell@outlook.com) you can still save your marriage if u really
      love your husband.
      Thanks Chloe

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  3. I have been an verbal abusive husband and I have cheated on my wife. I want
    to save my marriage. And I hope you can help me do that. Thanks.

    1. What happened? Sign up for my Mend the Marriage coaching program so I can
      help assess your situation clearly, look at all the other factors at play and see things you might have
      missed, then guide you accordingly on a regular, ongoing basis at
      http://www.marriageguy.com/coaching

  4. hey Brad me and my wife separated since December I really love her and care
    for her and I know I really messed up and right now she’s seeing somebody
    else what she said he’s nothing but a friend but she admits she has been
    intimate with him but she tells me she wants a trial separation to see
    where we go from here but we still talk every day and we still see each
    other every day and we just started having sex again and I personally want
    to work this marriage out and I’m willing to give her her space but what do
    I do to need to get rid of his other guy cuz I don’t want her catching
    feelings for him you feel he a rebound or he’s keeping him on the sideline
    we still go out together she tells me to tell people we’re not together I’m
    so confused what should I do

    1. Hey man, sorry to hear that. Messed up how, though? I suggest you take the
      free quiz on my website to gauge your chances of fixing your marriage:
      http://www.marriageguy.com/quiz I suggest to not talk to her unless you have to.
      i.e.: kids The space apart should allow you enough time to think about the
      issues in your marriage and what has caused it to become rocky in the first
      place, so take your time, all right? Good luck!

  5. what if she has filed for divorce already but has no lawyer and is seeing
    someone else? is there still a chance?

    1. +Brad Browning been rocky about a year now and been seeing the new guy for
      5 months. we separated in September 2015

  6. My wife doesnt want to talk to me anymore, we both dont live with each
    other anymore, she send me divorce but made the mistake on the date we
    separated. She told me in the last email to leave her alone, and a couple
    days ago she also said a text to leave her alone. I have made no contact
    since we spoke about 3 weeks ago and get sometime random texts. What should
    i do to talk to her about regain trust and let us work are marriage out.

    1. Hey man, I think I’ve just answered your concern on the previous/the same
      video with you asking similar issues in those comments, so please refer to
      those. 🙂

  7. What if it’s your parents fighting and you want them to stop but your mom
    is super mad but your dad wants it to end.. ?

    1. +Brad Browning thank you so much! ever since i showed them it they have
      gotten along much better <3 you really saved them! thank you again!

  8. my wife told me she wants a divorce about two weeks ago. she said that she
    lost love for me. we still live together we are getting a long and talking
    but she is 100% that she wants a divorce. the resin why she wants it is
    because of my attitude and that i am to romantic she is going to give me
    her decision at the end of the month which is about 4 weeks from now. have
    changed my attitude i don’t argue with her and i am showing her that i do
    love her and now i am going to give her space. what else can i do to change
    her decision?

    1. Sorry to hear. For now, I suggest to back off a bit and NOT cause any more
      arguments; your marriage has reached a very fragile point, so try to play
      your cards right, okay? Don’t let your emotions get the best of you. Easier
      said than done of course, but nevertheless still possible. Use this time
      for yourself to see what really happened. How long has your marriage been
      rocky? Also try to see the roles that you BOTH played that led to all this
      ruckus and her wanting to throw in the towel. I also highly recommend you
      sign up for my Mend the Marriage coaching program so I can personally
      help assess your situation clearly, look at all the other factors at play and see things you might have
      missed, then guide you accordingly on a regular, ongoing basis at
      http://www.marriageguy.com/coaching

  9. My husband is negative about everything, he literally shows no emotion and
    acts like he simply doesn’t care. All he seems to care about is money. I’m
    a stay at home mom and he is in the military so he deploys, but he won’t
    put me on the bank account even though I haven’t given him any reason not
    to trust me with OUR money. He doesn’t treat me like I’m his wife. He
    treats me like a child. I think I’m done.

    1. Sorry to hear it. Well, that kind of dynamic between you two does seem odd.
      Was there a huge age difference here? If not, then yes, he may not have
      fully trusted you — which is a recipe for disaster, considering you’re his
      wife. Take care!

  10. what do u do when your already very rocky marriage is complicated by your
    mother in law who now lives with us and 2 top it off she has been very
    verbal about how “you are a sorry wife”

  11. dear brad my husband has other women he had a little girl with her he stay
    with them friday Saturday and sunday he tells me not to saying anything if
    i still want to live in are house he said that we are not the family he
    wanted other like she’s younger than him don’t know what to do we been
    together for 31 year i love him but i feel like i lost him is there any
    hope ????

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  12. Ok, so my wife and I had a falling out a few weeks ago after things got
    extremely heated. We’ve been married 4 years and have 3 children together.
    During the first following week she would stay away from home, sleeping
    over at friends, etc. When we’d talk it was very emotional and brisk. My
    wife stated that she wanted a divorce and that she just couldn’t do it
    anymore. I told her I still love her very much but she didn’t want me to
    touch her and said she doesn’t feel anything for me anymore.
    The following week she began to sleep back at the house but in the living
    room. Touching eventually became permissive again but all previous
    statements remained the same but emotional on her end. She left for 3 days
    and contacted me every chance she got for any and all support. She admitted
    over the phone that she does love me and does care, but isn’t in love with
    me. Also that she wants to get her own place, divorce, etc.
    Now this last weekend she had me pick her up and we were both happy to see
    each other and embraced. Her mentality changed only slightly after we both
    spent those few days apart working on ourselves. I managed to convince her
    (regardless of the outcome) to give it another chance. I told her I
    understood how she felt and what she wanted to do, but I told her a second
    chance was all I’m asking for, not expecting a miracle.
    Well this past week she has been accepting and has allowed me to show
    affection says she can’t kiss me because she doesn’t feel anything…she
    comes to my bed excited and really in the mood for sex (and it’s been
    frequent) although when I asked her if it means anything when we have sex,
    again her response is no but she gets teary and emotional like she’s in
    pain.
    Now last night she came to my bed, laid over me while I was asleep but woke
    me up by kissing me lovingly 3 times. She got up when I realized what was
    happening but came back moments later and laid back down. I went to kiss
    her and she told me to stop it. I was confused and mentioned that she just
    kissed me but she denied it. She did sleep in bed next to me though.
    My question is this: What’s going on? Where do you think she’s going with
    this…and what should I be doing right now? Btw I’ve been watching your
    videos religiously since week 1 and trying my hardest to follow your
    advice. I’m just confused and trying to keep my head up. Thank you for your
    time, Brad…it’s very appreciated.

    1. Update: Last night I discovered that she has sent an alluring picture of
      herself to a random guy on FB. This was something that caused frequent
      problems in our relationship early on. I wasn’t mad or angry… but rather
      heartbroken. I hesitantly confronted her but the only conclusion that came
      about was that she didn’t know why she did it; that it is her, not me.

  13. we can’t agree on anything we argue about everything desperate to fix it
    but it’s hard on the I’m calling divorce a lot!

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