4 Ways To Mend A Broken Relationship

written by Fred Campos
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All relationships experience shaky moments occasionally. But regardless of what you’re going through, every relationship is repairable. Yes, most couples split up, but many also get back together. The point is that going through a difficult patch in your relationship is no guarantee that it’s the end. A struggling relationship does not necessarily mean that the flame has died out. The fact that it worries you means there’s still something in there worth fighting for, and if you feel this way, it could be possible to rekindle that flame. So if you’re willing, these tips can help mend your broken relationship.

1. Determine if the other person wants to mend the broken relationship

You can try all the tricks in the book to fix your relationship, but if you’re the only one desperate to make things work again, nothing you try will work. Plus, it makes no sense to try to make something work again when the other person is no longer interested. That’s why you must determine if the other party also wants to mend the relationship. This way,  both of you can work things out together. It’s easier to repair your relationship with both hands on deck.

2. Eliminate problematic external influences

Sometimes, it’s difficult to realize or accept the fact that a third party or another factor may be responsible for the issues in your relationship. But take time to assess everything or everyone that influences your relationship and find out if any of these influences are negative. Next, do what is reasonably necessary to eliminate the negativity. Understandably, this point is easier said than done, especially when you have to choose between something or someone and your relationship. But it’s important to weigh how valuable your relationship is to you and if it’s worth losing it over a specific source of external influence.

3. Don’t forget about your faith, during a broken relationship

Not everyone believes in a higher power, faith, or spirituality. But many have mentioned that their faith was a big factor in helping them overcome hurdles in life – so it may work for you if you believe in it. Most faith-based religions offer help and support for relationships. For example, if you and your partner are both from the Christian faith, you can consider visiting a church leader to help you out. They could recommend steps such as reading Bible verses about marriage to help restore a shaky marriage and mend your relationship.

Start dating each other again 


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Remember those romantic first few weeks of your relationship? Remember how you used to court each other, go on exciting dates, and just hang out enjoying each others’ company? Consider doing it all over again; perhaps you may be able to discover that magic you once had. It’s easy for most couples to disconnect when they no longer spend quality time together. Yes, you both have responsibilities; there are bills to pay and money to make, but does that have to be at the cost of someone who fills a special space in your heart? No? Then start dating each other again. The goal isn’t to spend money going to fancy places; it’s just for you two to spend quality time together, even if it’s only a few hours each week.

What do you think? What would you add?

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