How to Save Your Marriage When Your Spouse Is Unwilling (NEW!)

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– How to Save Your Marriage When Your Spouse Is Unwilling

Can you save your marriage right now even if your spouse is unwilling to do so? And if it is possible, how do you rebuild your marriage so it becomes stronger than ever?

How’s it going, YouTube! Brad Browning here. It’s been awhile since I released a marriage saving video so I decided to make one on one of the most asked about marriage topics – how to save your marriage when your spouse is unwilling to do so.

As you know, marital issues can be extremely complex. They can range from issues relating to sex, children, money, family, intimacy, and a whole wad of other things I probably haven’t listed yet… but there are a few key things that you can do right now to improve the situation with your spouse. Of course, fixing a marriage takes time, so I can’t promise that these techniques will fix your marriage overnight (it probably won’t), but I can assure you with enough time and effort, you’ll be able to turn the tide.

So take your pencils and paper out to take notes because what I’m about to reveal in this video might help save your marriage (and your family).

First, I’m going to go over some things you should NOT do… number one, you should never make the situation worse by inciting arguments and disputes. Although in order to mend your marriage fully, you both have to communicate your issues in the marriage. However, bringing up an extremely touchy subject when things are going really poorly will probably only makes matter worse.

Second, now is not the time to be overly emotional about everything. When your marriage is on the rocks, it can be stressful, but do your best to keep a straight face and concentrate on how you can actually improve your situation.

Third, don’t make fixing your marriage about fixing your spouse. Although it takes two to tango, right now you need to concentrate on yourself… everything else will fall into place later on.

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44 thoughts on “How to Save Your Marriage When Your Spouse Is Unwilling (NEW!)

    1. Sarra Aissiou I’m no expert but that happens allot when you pass the 2 year mark and end the honeymoon phase

  1. do what this guy is saying and you will succeed.He help me get back my 3 years old gf while she was seeing another guy.Brad is the best coach on marriage..

    1. Glad to be of help 😉 Feel free to like, share, and subscribe to my channel so you don’t miss out on any new videos!

    2. Really? What were the main points in your opinion which made you succeed? My wife has told me she doesn’t have feelings for me anymore and is now “seeing” this other guy. It is just online at the moment but the thought of them actually meeting makes my stomach turn.

  2. hey brad
    ..I ve tried no contact rule .. being happy .. started gym… but he doesn’t come back …now when I posted on my timeline that I m leaving my country “which actually I m not ” he texted that remember me I loved u so much … dont forget me …now he says that he miss me n want to meet …should I meet him??? but keeping this clear that he doesn’t want to marry me and don’t like my friends … he says that I m negatively hyper active like hoping around all the tym .. he doesn’t even want to get into a serious relationship

    1. Don’t try to give away your intentions right away. This is important so he won’t think you’re still gung ho on him…. but don’t be overly cold either. A happy medium is best. You can meet up especially if it’s already past the 30-day period without contact from him and especially since he initiated the meet-up. Watch these to help guide you: AND Good luck!

    2. Brad Browning thank u so much for the advice …we met and he was really emotional .. he cried in front of me ..he said he didn’t fulfill my dreams and what I deserve.. I was a nice happy and emotional meet up ..but he did all this because he is thinking that I am leaving my country… he said that keep in touch … and he will tell me when he will get married at that time I would be free to leave all the contact with him ..what to do

  3. Hi brad i recently find out from mutual friend that my ex boyfriend said to him that “I don’t deserve her (it’s me) and I will be happy if she gots a new1 who will make her happy more than me” and totally confused help me what to do

  4. So brad !! I was sceptical at first tough it was just my immediate emotions an desperation that I was feeling this way so I waited a couple weeks before I bought your program.i got it yesterday read an listen to it twice an it made me feel 100percent better I already applied things I learnt I’m currently still in the no contact but I think when the time comes I’ll will be ready an if it doesn’t work out I already know an I still will be 100satisfied ! Question will I use the same tactics if she is seeing someone else? An should I appply these when I know she is not around him ? Thanks…!!!

    1. Hi Evan! That’s great! I’m glad you now have the tools to guide you on what to do. Now I know it’s difficult (and it’s a different challenge all on its own) but try to follow the guide down to a tee, yes, even with her possibly rebounding with someone else, all right? Read it many times over until you master it. Take care!

  5. Hey Brad! My exgirlfriend broke up with me 2 months ago. we were together for almost 2 years and now she just found a new guy a few weeks before and she already showed him to her mom and they started to have sex now. pls help me what should i do? I begged a little bit few times before and she has big trust issues and doesnt want to speak with me and she blocked me. I applied no contact rule more than a week before but idk and im afraid if this new guy is a rebound. I saw your videos about rebounds and contacting ex gf after no contact but idk. pls what should i do? may i contact her after after 30 days or more if she will have this new guy or just wait? we didnt see each other more than 2 months.

    1. It’s most likely just your ex’s way of coping. More about that on here: Anyway social media should be the least of your concerns. Focus on all three phases and your ex may naturally unblock you, in time, as you learn to rebuild that attraction and re-attract this ex back to your life.. Here are the basics of all three phases to getting an ex back:   social-media wise, here (but then again, don’t let it become your sole focus) : Good luck!

  6. Hi, Brad! I think I have a little bit different case. PLEASE HELP ME! My boyfriend and I haven’t broken up yet. It’s been a little less than a month since the last time we met. Everything was really good. But a few days after he started being cold, stopped texting and calling. I emotionally exploded one time on the phone and I complained about his lack of attention. Now that I’ve been watching your videos I understand that doing that was a big mistake cuz I seemed needy and desperate. After that he turned even colder and distant. I tried to give him space and time but continued to text him once a day or so.

    Finally, last Thursday he called me and said that he was going through changes in his life and that he wanted to be alone in the process (he’s a singer song writer and is finally starting to make money out of it). But he didn’t break up with me directly. He offered me to be friends and I somewhat accepted. But then I watched your videos and decided to disappear, but I didn’t know if I should start the No Contact phase since we hadn’t broken up yet. The thing is, a coulpe of hours after that call I decided to change my wapp picture where we were together for one in wich I was alone. He immediately called me and asked why I did that, started saying that he missed me, etc. I didn’t get it.

    So, the next day (friday) I didn’t text him at all, he called me 3 times but I didn’t answer. He didn’t called me again but Saturday he texted me late at night. He said he knew that I saw his calls and dind’t called him back, that he was calling cause he wanted to invite me to a country house for the weekend, “to be together”, he said. He started showing all the signs that you’ve mentioned. He said: “I want to know something. You don’t want to know anything about me nor be with me, right?” and also asked if I was already dating someone else, that it hurted him that I didn’t call him back and not to know who was taking my pictures (I sahred a few pics on instagram that obviously someone else took), he said that he missed me and wanted to see me. I accepted after making him wait a few minutes in a very indifferent way.

    So, he came back on Monday but didn’t called me. He called me on Tuesday morning, asked how I was doing, said “I love you”, called me “love”, said that he was feeling kinda bad about the distance between us but didn’t say anything about meeting.

    I don’t know what I’m supposed to do when we meet. If he brings up the relationship issue, what do I do? I want to be with him, but this is the 2nd time he “breaks up” with me when he’s feeling financial pressure. Hard times are supposed to make us stronger. I don’t want this to happen again. I think we should talk about it to make things clear, but… should I tell him that on this first time or should I wait? If he brings up the issue of going on with the relationship… I don’t want to be so easy, but I want to keep his interest. (We’ve been togehter for almost 2 years now and had a bunch of plans together).

    Also idk if being so indifferent at this point might cause that he thinks that going on is not worth it, I’m afraid he interprets that I’m not interested anymore and stop trying.

    Oh, God, please help me! PLEASEEEE!!!

    1. Isabel, at this point, try to live in the present so you won’t overwhelm yourself, okay? Take it one day at a time. 🙂 Since the breakup (him saying he wants to be alone means he needs space) is really fresh, try not to think too far ahead. Instead give yourself space first so you can take time to heal. And let him think clearly in the process as well. A plethora of emotions coming from an ex is somewhat expected when a breakup is still fresh and this is why I tell people to cut off contact for at least a month first and NOT deal with this ex. You both need to clear your minds first, all right? A breakup hurts both people in it regardless of who has done the breaking up. This is something I’ve discussed here, watch it to learn a few tips to understand your situation better:

  7. hi Brad I just got back with my ex we are talking on phone haven’t met him face to face I don’t have any reason to invite him in group activity or something if I meet alone he’ll jump on me and I don’t to have sex with again yet so how can I stop this? thank you so much xx

  8. Brad I was on the 28th day of no contact and my ex texted me I replied to her in person because she texted me like 15 feet away do I have to restart no contact?

  9. how do I go back to my ex that are how married and has 2 kids ? I think she is divorced but I still love her to death can’t forget about her ?last time I saw her was 10 years ago ? I sent her a msg on instgram saying I found her profile normally and just wanted to see how ur doing and say hi that’s it .can you make a video about this please

    1. It’s been ten years, so it’s really important to test the waters first and see where she emotionally stands as well. Use one of the tips here to try and reach out and wait for a response: Remember to take it slow and if she’s isn’t divorced, then it’s a no-go. It’s just too much trouble than it’s worth, man. But if she’s divorced and have had ample time to heal, then again, proceed with caution because you wouldn’t wanna jump the gun too soon. If you still need my help further on this, however, then you and I both ought to take a look at a lot of various factors at play, so sign up for my coaching program so I can help take a look at all the various factors at play including your overall relationship history, issue/s, among many other elements, and to find out what’s really going on, monitor your situation, and guide you accordingly on a regular, ongoing basis. Check on availability first because I only have a limited number of clients I can realistically manage before I go into spontaneous combustion. 🙂 Here’s the link:

  10. Brad I seen a lot of your videos and I would like you too tell me how too get your ex back when they are going out and I have tried too use no contact and we’ve not spoke in 2 weeks please may I have help brad

    1. Continue on with the 30-day “no contact” rule first and let your ex miss you. Watch this particular post here: In order to fully understand how this concept works, you ought to know why you’re doing it in the first place, otherwise you’re just following blindly. So watch the free in-depth video on my website to learn some psychology techniques and understand how giving each other space for around a month can benefit you (and why you’re supposed to be doing it) than otherwise, at

  11. Hey Brad. I just got through no contact with my ex. I messaged her and I feel that the conversation between us now is alot better than the ones leading up to the breakup. When we broke up she said she wanted to remain friends, I went into no contact and now I have having a really positive conbersation with her. I know this may be a dumb question but is this a good sign?

    1. Brad Browning A bit of an update. Sometimes she comes off as rude. She has not started a conversation yet. The last time we talked was yesterday and it was nice but when I said hey later because I had to go due to class she said she was studying but said I should know this. I am figuring a few days and wait and see if she contacts or should I wait longer

    1. Hey John! Yes, you can actually respond. But you should wait a few hours at least. Keep the message simple, and in passing mention that you were busy with work or out with friends. Hope this helps!

    1. Thanks, Andrea! Who has a drinking problem and how severe has it gotten? I’m not exactly an AA counselor, but I can help you get your marriage back on the right track, if that’s what you’re asking.

    2. My husband has a drinking problem but he doesn’t think so. He drinks almost every day and get very angry when he is drinking. He doesn’t physically abuse me but does verbally abuse me…we been separated for almost a year now due to this. We have a horrible communication problem and a lot of hurt feelings/resentment. We have a long history… too long to explain here. I love him dearly and feel very sad but I’m thinking to call it quits because he is not willing to look for help for his alcohol abuse. Our wedding anniversary is this month 🙁

  12. My wife just moved to a motel in hopes of leaving the state and divorcing, what do I do?(desperate;/)

    1. That quickly? Sorry to hear that. How long has it been since the divorce was finalized? When did all the trouble started and what has caused it? These may help: and but it’s really challenging for me to know where to give you a headstart, knowing only so little of the situation… Sign up for my Mend the Marriage coaching program so I can help take a look at all the other factors at play and find out what’s really going on, monitor your situation, and guide you on a regular, ongoing basis at

    2. Brad Browning there isn’t a divorce she has packed her things and is ready to move to another state. She’s told me that she is done.

  13. I need advice, my husband is currently deployed & about two weeks ago, he told me he wants a divorce. Of course I don’t want to and want to fight till the end. But he has not called me at all to talk about this. He hardly has time to text me so I don’t know what to do. Wait till he texts back? Or send him pictures of the kids so he won’t feel like I’m hurt and trying to keep them away? I’m desperate to find answers! Please help!

    1. Really sorry to hear that. Deployed where, though? If he’s busy, then yes, wait for him to respond, but try your best NOT to bombard him with messages as it can get really annoying, all right? 🙂 Let him miss the kids, too! Wait for him to ask for it. Right now, you ought to keep busy with other important stuff in your life. This is why I’ve released a second book called Mend the Marriage. Check it out at  as everything is on there, from how to communicate more effectively, down to how to handle the kids, monitor your progress through worksheets and stuff. These videos are for you, too:  and or sign up for my Mend the Marriage coaching program at Take care!

    1. I’ve been doing my best to respond to everyone in the comments section. The last thing I’d do is reach out, as I simply don’t have the time. The rest of the time I have is spent on my coaching clients, who gets prioritized, understandably. 🙂 However, you can reach me via the contact info on my website at or send me a message via my Facebook fan page: Please do understand though, that I go by in the order that I receive these (just like here on Youtube) and that coaching clients take first priority. Sign up for my email coaching program instead if you think your situation is urgent so I can address it as soon as possible, all right? Take care!

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