If you are worried that your relationship is breaking at the seams and you guys might break up, than you should continue reading some of my personal answers to common questions asked about saving a relationship.
Q: Where do I start to save my relationship?
A: First, you must realize and know for sure that this relationship is important to you. Your situation might be different, but most troubled relationshipscontains of one or both parties taking the relationship for granted. Your relationship might begin to fray when you start to neglect any form of affection.
Q: How do I mend my troubled relationship.
A: Blaming your boyfriend isn’t going to help the situation. In order to save your relationship, you need to know that you control your own actions. You will need to look deep within you and ask yourself these hard questions. Think about what you have done to make the relationship the way it is, if you want to fix your relationship, you need first improve yourself. Don’t expect anyone other than yourself to change .
Q: What can I do if my boyfriend doesn’t change.
A: Like I said earlier, another person can’t be expected to change for you. You have to love him for who he is or not at all. In these times, people are led to believe that everything should be divided equally. From household chores to paying for dates to buying groceries, or anything else you can think of. This could be a perfect way to run a business but it can really hurt a relationship. In order to change a relationship you need to make sure you love and show love even if he doesn’t do dishes or take out the trash.
Q: How is it possible to fix the relationship if it is already damaged?
A: If you already know what you’ve done to hurt your relationship, then you should already know what not to do. You just need to catch yourself before you say or do something that can evoke another fight. With practice, it will be easier to catch yourself before you do something that can damage your relationship more. When you catch yourself, ask yourself if what your about to say is worth another fight or even breaking up. If it’s not worth it, then just let it go.
Q: What other things can I do to fix this?
A: If you want to save your relationship, let him know. Be truthful and apologize for why you relationship is hurting. Try no to be overbearing about the situation or explain your actions. Be truthful, open to whatever may happen and be vulnerable. Make sure he is aware that you are ready to do whatever it takes to save your relationship because he is important to you. He might also say he is sorry but that is not the point. He will believe you are taking things seriously if you are apologetic and show him you are willing to do anything to save this relationship.
Things won’t get better overnight, it will take time for you to learn what you can do or say differently to alleviate the situation. Being honest with each other and committing to the relationship will make it easier to save what you two have.
If you enjoyed this article, also check out FAQ on Saving a Relationship and My Personal Guide for Making a Relationship Work.