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Savemymarriagewithlove.com how to-mend_a_broken_relationship

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Why is it important to mend your relationships?
Mending your relationship allows you to resolve unresolved issues from your past, clearing the way for you to be the best version of yourself.

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Savemymarriagewithlove.com how to-mend_a_broken_relationship

  1. 1. How to Mend a Broken Relationship savemymarriagewithlove.com /how-to-mend-a-broken-relationship/ Because…You Are Perfect for Each Other In the beginning, you and your husband were perfect for each other. You never imagined there would ever be a time when you would be looking for help to mend a broken relationship. Do you remember how he inspired you to be the best version of yourself? I remember my husband saying to me, “You make me want to be a better man.” Oh boy, that day he had me eating out of his hand! The truth is, in the beginning it was easy to be your best self. But, if you are like most couples, somewhere along the way you let your guard down and you allow your warts to show. Believe it or not, this is the juncture in the relationship that points to why you really came together. This is also the juncture that promises the greatest value to both of you. The real gifts that come from relationship are the ones that call you to rise and be your best self in the face of challenges, pettiness and power struggles. Challenges Help Us Mend a Broken Relationship If We Look Deeper What attracts us to each other is complex and it goes back to childhood. We choose our mates in order to resolve the unresolved issues we have with our parents. Without our mates, we remain stuck in childhood issues. With our mates and some help, we cannot only learn to mend a broken relationship but mend our own hearts. Relationship expert Harville Hendrix, in his book, Getting the Love You Want, says this, “Regrettably, many of us had un-attuned parents, and we bring the resulting unmet needs into our adult relationships.” First of all, know that you are not alone AND he is still the perfect man for you. If you face your difficulties with the desire to do your best and work your way through them, you will grow. The next time you are angry with your husband remember that your relationship is trying to teach you something. Take a deep breath and go do something that nurtures you. And then, when you are able to be centered within your ‘highest self’, take a look at what happened and then ask yourself this question. What can I learn from this that will make me a better person? Use your relationship to be better. Mend a broken relationship with your husband, but be aware that you also deserve to mend yourself. That’s what Emily did. You’ll get to meet her in the next post. I’d love to hear your thoughts on what your marriage is trying to teach you. Please drop me a line at Suzanne@SaveMyMarriageWithLove.com. With Warmest Regards, Suzanne