SOME 50 percent of all marriages in the United States, according to some reports, end in divorce. Friends that is every other marriage and this is not the kind of news you want to hear if you are thinking about getting married or if married and the waters get a little choppy. Let us take a look at How to save your marriage and why are marriages not lasting? Could it be that these marriages fail because the marriage arrangement is faulty? Or is it a case of human error, could it be that one or both parties are not following the (marriage) manual? Can some of these divorces be avoided?
Consider this illustration: Two couples invested in buying each a domain. One couple set up a blog site, wrote articles, provide back-links to they blog-site by visiting and commenting on a number of relevant sites and promote they affiliate marketing products. The site became successful. The other couple procrastinated, then after some time set up a site not really relevant to they domain name, wrote just a few articles, hardly did any back linking and never responded to the few- and- far- between comments they receive on they site. Frustrated and fed up they abandon the site and it became a dismal failure. Where would you say the fault lies with the second couple? Is it with the domain or with the owners? It would only be fair to lay the blame square on the owners who should be responsible for their inappropriate action.
So when you consider the many problems in marriages and why they fail, should you blame the institution of marriage? We read so much about what goes wrong in marriages, but what about those that thrive? There are millions of marriages that succeed because both partners were willing to put in the work to make it succeed just like the first domain buyer they hard work and repeated effort provided for a happy family, happy home,and a successful marriage.
Any successful marriage must start with a committed couple who is determined to succeed, and view they marriage as a permanent union. When problems arise they look for solutions not for excuses to abandon the marriage. Many marriage counselors agree that communication and a strong commitment is the backbone to a good marriage.
Teamwork is another essential ingredient in a successful marriage. In other words the husband sees his role as “ours” and the wife sees hers as “we”. Experts have all said “two are better than one and where there is teamwork husband and wife are no longer single at heart. Good advise for the wise. Teamwork therefore means that in your marriage you become both like a pilot and co-pilot with the same flight plan. So with some effort and a little hard work saving your marriages can be achieved.
These are only my views, what are your views? Maybe you would like to share what your views are and what suggestions you would like to share? Where would you rate respect in a marriage? These are some of the things I would love you to comments on.