How to Save a Broken Marriage from Divorce?

Parents worldwide are asking… how do I save my marriage? 

When it comes to marriage, we tend to live in the moment. Yet, from my experience, that moment rarely holds onto your marriage tightly. My question to you is… How often do you and your spouse look at your mutual family goals?

How often do you verify if you are aligned and walking on the same path? 

How do you save your marriage? 

How do you ensure that your marriage stays healthy and strong? 

What can you do that will solidify the relationship and the bond that you have with your spouse, with your significant other? 

If you are thinking “I don’t know how to fix my marriage”:

The divorce rate used to be at about 50% in North America before COVID. Now after COVID, there’s some talk that it’s about 70% across the board, across Canada and USA. I mean, these are just numbers that are being thrown right now, and we’ll know the true statistics soon enough. 

One of the biggest common patterns that happen with many couples who get divorced is that there’s just this great discrepancy between the two of them. There’s this giant gap between their evolutions. There’s this enormous gap between where they’re at and what path they’re at. 

So, one is very far ahead and one stays far behind. So, if you want to make sure that you and your spouse, your significant other, are really solid and doing well, and having a really soul-to-soul connection, heart-to-heart connection, the kind of connection that will keep you together forever, one main thing I would say is, take a look at where you’re at and make sure you’re both on the same path. If one of you is ahead and one of you is behind, then that’s probably one of the reasons why a divorce will come about.

How to save a marriage on the brink of divorce

 But if you’re on the same path, your goals are similar and you’re walking towards the same mission in life, there’s absolutely no reason why there should be any breakup of your marriage, unless there are some other extenuating circumstances, of course. 

During these difficult times, I hope that you stay very close to your spouse or partner and you stay focused on what is most important to you and that you find the answers to the popular thought “how do I save my marriage”.

Here are some realistic divorce tips for you:

You may want to turn to your friends and family for support BUT, I would like you to be aware of this problem that many families experience. 

You may need some words of inspiration to get you through this difficult moment. 

In order to TRULY determine if it makes sense to divorce or not, I highly recommend that you complete these thorough divorce worksheets that will plant new seeds of thought in your mind and get you thinking “outside of the box” because this is what you need right now to logically plan your divorce, get your divorce finances and budget in order, Lastly, make sure to take our FREE signature course the 5 Key Strategies to AVOID a nasty divorce. Then, join us in the DbR app to ask us questions!