Stop Divorce from Happening
Once your spouse has decided to end your marriage and leave your house, it seems that you can't
do anything but to accept things. This is true when you are caught off guard. Though some marriages are saved due
to the great effort of both the husband and wife, you can still save yours even if you're the only one trying to
Being involved in a divorce process is a very hard experience. That is why you need to think
things clearly before considering to go through with the divorce. Never decide when you're too emotional. This can
certainly lead to hasty decisions.
If conversations normally end up into yelling and arguments, you absolutely are moving faster
towards the end of your marriage. If you're really seeking for a better marriage and stopping divorce from
happening, place all the emotions aside and have a positive and meaningful discussion with each other.
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We understand that you're too emotional in this stage of your marriage. But you can never get
the true reason why your partner chose to leave you until you have let your emotions pass. Once your spouse decided
to talk with you and resolve all the problems in your marriage, remember these tips:
* Don't shout. You can't stop your spouse from having a divorce if you yell at him/her. This
will only complicate things.
* Don't forget that communication is the key to get things back on track. Everything happens for
a reason, so if your spouse filed for a divorce make sure that there's a reason behind it. Divorce isn't something
that you can take back quickly once started. If you have no clue on what the reason is, find it. The only way is to
ask your partner. Have an honest talk with him/her and avoid yelling, arguments or name calling.
* It is a difficult task to stop a divorce when it has already been filed. No one can stop the
proceedings unless your spouse chooses to do so. Never blame your partner for the issues in your marriage nor push
him/her to believe that things are really okay if they really are not. These will not change his/her mind. You can
only convince him/her to stop the proceedings by seriously taking a look at what his/her concerns are and letting
your partner know that you understand them. Think of ways on how you can change those things that your spouse
dislikes about you. Have a firm commitment to improve the marriage that you have.
* Try to allot a day to spend time with your partner. This means an undivided time with him/her.
Plan a dinner date or do an activity you both love doing. Be sure that no one will disturb you on this day may it
be a working concern or anything else.
Stopping divorce from occurring should be an everyday effort. Be also surprised about how your
marriage improved when you have overcome these problems. If you successfully stopped divorce but still have
unresolved problems that both of you are willing to work on, try marriage counseling. This can't only help you fix
your problems but can also help you avoid these problems from occurring ever again.
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