So you say that you want your marriage to be better. You read books, listen to others, pray, and talk about the importance of marriage but how committed are you really? It is much easier to talk about communicating and the importance of it for instance, then to actually communicate effectively. The same is true for your marriage. It is much easier to talk about having a good marriage and the importance of having one rather than making positive steps to improve your marriage. Strangely enough, no matter what your spouse has done, a better marriage starts with you and not the other person. Stop looking at what your spouse is doing wrong or has done wrong in the past and start looking at your contribution to the failure of your marriage. Get real with yourself and God before you go on the attack. This is far more productive than blaming your spouse as Adam and Eve discovered in the Garden.
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