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As people get older, they marry young, enjoy good and bad moments, start a family, dispute, and have sex less frequently. When they are with their partner, they suddenly feel lonely. What went wrong? In general, you can save your marriage if you detect a problem in your relationship and are willing to change your poor habits. However, because it takes two to make a marriage work, it can be tough to repair a marriage if one spouse has walked out the door. Lack of communication is the most common complaint among married couples. Many couples choose to live with their difficulties rather than try to resolve them. They initially agreed that he would work and she would look after the house and children. They’ll have to renegotiate a new agreement if they confront fresh obstacles in the future. The question is whether or not partners can listen to each other’s problems without interrupting or becoming defensive, and then come to a new agreement.
It is not uncommon for one spouse to try to persuade the other to change. Trying to modify your spouse, whether it’s about how he or she dresses or about core values, will feel like a personal invasion and may elicit defensiveness oranger. Overstepping limits has the potential to destroy mutual trust. Retaliation or departure from the connection are potential outcomes. Couples lose interest in sex for a variety of causes, ranging from medical concerns to emotional issues. Sexual issues, in general, set off a vicious cycle in which it’s difficult to want sex when you’re emotionally detached from your spouse, and it’s tough to feel emotionally linked without sexual closeness. Couples must communicate and overcome their emotional difficulties in order to go past sexual disinterest. The pair becoming emotionally distant is a prevalent problem in many relationships. When this happens, he or she is likely to start glancing around. Adultery can result from emotional infidelity, and cheating is damaging to a marriage. Every marriage needs to talk about and agree on what constitutes infidelity.

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