Marriage

4 destructive habits that slowly kill your Marriage

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Marriages do not end suddenly when the divorce is final. When a marriage reaches its divorce stage, a “post-mortem’ relation often reveals how one or both partners practice their habits and, ultimately, their life and strength, slowly and insidiously, Robb marriage.

Just as we can help protect our bodies from disease by ensuring that we do not engage in destructive habits, we can protect our marriages against failure by avoiding those extremely damaging patterns of relationships.

Just as we can help protect our bodies from disease by ensuring that we do not engage in destructive habits, we can protect our marriages against failure by avoiding those extremely damaging patterns of relationships.

  1. Sexual promiscuity

Sexual participation is common for men and even certain women with other partners outside marriage. The Institute for Family Studies reports that 20% of the men and 13% of the women cheat their wives.

The main distinction between the sexes is that men are pursuing the quantity and avoiding emotional links with their business partners. On the other hand, women usually choose quality over quantity and develop other people’s romantic feelings.

It is not easier for the cheating spouse to forgive either case. Incorrectness, however, destroys confidence between couples and in over one-third of cases leads to divorce.

  1. Constant arguing

In almost every marriage, the verbal struggle between loving spouses is common practice. Daily conflicts are part of everyday life for some spouses. However, it does not mean they are on the edge of divorce.

“It is not a matter of whether conflicts will come; it is how they are dealt with when they occur that will determine the success of your marriage,” explains Errol A. Bennett in ‘How to Tune-Up Your Marriage for Life.’

For example, constructive arguments could help the relationship without derogatory remarks if the couple eventually reaches a compromise.

If the struggle is unavoidable, some psychologists recommend addressing past complaints and only focusing on the current problem. For example, if you start arguing about washing dishes you don’t absolutely mention everything you think your partner does wrong.

Sadly, not everyone knows how to prevent an escalation of the conflict. All secretly want the other partner to acknowledge that they were wrong. The reality is that the chances of such a scenario are close to zero. The goal of every struggle should therefore be to hear and take action before snowballs resolve the conflict.

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  1. Lack of physical intimacy

Lack of sex may lead to many other problems in marriage. For instance, both spouses are disinterested. In turn, one can rely on adultery, develop low self-evaluation, etc. In this way.

Try to discuss this issue with your wife in order to save your relationship. There are different needs between men and women, so try to find a compromise suitable for both of you.

Recall that your marriage will not save sex alone. It will be nothing but physical exercise if it is not complemented by spiritual intimacy.

  1. Taking each other for granted

Not getting enough attention is something that many couples face once the honeymoon phase is over. Unfortunately, it’s also the reason that 34% of marriages fall apart, according to a study published in the Journal of Divorce & Remarriage.

How can you solve the problem? Be the first person to move. Begin with small appreciation acts. In fact, kind words improve the mood of the recipient immediately and could be a source of positive emotions over a long period of time. The trick would also be occasionally done with little surprises.

In conclusion, If you do not notice and correct new problems in time, they threaten to have serious repercussions, including a breakdown in marriage. And while some couples may be blessed by divorce, others can do whatever they can to avoid divorce.

 

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