5 Signs That Separation May Be Good For Your Marriage 💔

In this lesson, you will discover 5 signs that separation may be good or at least necessary to bring life back into your marriage.

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Alexis is a 30 years old lady who is married to a 29 years old “boy” with 2 toddlers.

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She depends on her husband for everything else but they are struggling in the marriage.

Now she is considering separation.

Contrary to popular belief by the punk ass modern man in this time and age, it is not the easiest decision for her.

They are very quick to point out the fact that 75% of divorces are initiated by women.

You will discover in these 5 signs how separation and divorce are initiated long before the space where Alexis is right now.

Let’s get into it.

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Sign #5 – Fear of Being Alone

If your marriage is in a space of love, being alone will be the last thing on your mind.

When you now add fear into that equation, things are really bad and may need to get worse in order to be better.

In the case of Alexis, her husband is the breadwinner and she has 2 toddlers’ welfare to also worry about.

So the idea of having to move on is terrifying.

Still, this is a sign of a healthy cycle in a marriage; space may be necessary to have clarity.

Love and fear cannot dwell within the same space.

Some dummies would like to believe and fantasize about the idea of a marriage without the necessity of love but that’s not reality. Is it?

Sign #4 – Emotionally Drained

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When partners have not been able to see eye-to-eye for 6 months where at least one person feels drained, space may not be a bad thing.

This is a sign that at least one person is taking the other for granted.  This behavior may not change if that person does not smell the idea of losing each other.

Humans respond to consequences more than they respond to rules camouflaged as values.

Sign #3 – Help Refusal

You’ve asked for help by way of therapy or counseling  but your spouse continues to reject it.

Alexis’ husband thinks they can work on the issues by themselves but never initiate the work and refuses therapy.

When one partner is crying out for help and the other is oblivious and ignoring it, that’s a roadblock that only consequences can open up.

If the refusing partner does not taste what it may feel like to lose each other, change is unlikely.

So this may be a sign of a need for separation.

However, individual therapy may be sufficient to learn how to seduce your partner back into a loving space for the marriage again.

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Sign #2 – Empty Cycle of Promises

Long stretch of broken cycle of empty promises creates resentments.  It can also create low self-esteem and worth for the crying partner.

It makes them question if they are not enough to be valued by someone who claims to love them.

It’s only a matter of time; something has to give.

The marriage may have to give at least a trial separation in order for partners to value each other and not take each other for granted again.

As humans, we sometimes have a hard time valuing anything or anyone that’s readily available.

Sign #1 – Loss of Affection

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When you combine this with 2 or 3 other signs, it is really bad and things will likely not change for the better unless it gets worse first.

A partner who is crying for long enough will naturally have a hard time maintaining feelings of affection for a person who they feel has been taking them for granted.

This is especially true when a woman doesn’t feel heard; you cannot penetrate anything.

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Marriage Problems? ❤️ These are 99 Issues Destroying Marriages

In this lesson, you will discover 99 marriage problems that causing this horrible statistic as seen below.

42-45% percent of first marriages end in divorce. 60% of second marriages end in divorce. 73% of third marriages end in divorce.

According to McKinley Irvin: Washington Divorce & Family Law Attorneys

These list may have a little redundancy and repetitive problems but we have to spell them all out as they are interpreted differently by different people.

Some of them are causes while others are effects but the list is not in any particular order.

According to another study, 85 percent of those who divorce remarry within five years.

This is an indication that remarrying is never the problem because it’s that easy to do.

For the most part, people carry their marriage problems into another relationship entirely.

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These are the 99 Marriage Problems… each will be broken down below the list…

99 marriage problems
  1. Saying I do without knowing what is being done.
  2. Fear of being alone
  3. Fear of the unknown
  4. Low self esteem
  5. Anxiety
  6. Depression
  7. Sexless
  8. No PDA
  9. Selfishness
  10. No friendship
  11. Social Media
  12. Disconnected
  13. Lack of trust
  14. Confusing feelings with facts
  15. Discounting feelings
  16. Not feeling safe
  17. Not feeling acceptance
  18. Not feeling respected
  19. Prioritizing others over your spouse
  20. Prioritizing the children over your spouse
  21. Prioritizing extended family over your spouse
  22. Confusing family with extended family
  23. Needy behavior
  24. Lack of Sense of Self First
  25. Confusing truth with facts
  26. Confusing causes with effects
  27. Serial infidelity
  28. Attachments
  29. Reactions
  30. Expectation Overdose
  31. Routine overdose
  32. Lack of boundaries
  33. Boundaries overdose
  34. Not being intentional
  35. Honesty overdose
  36. Confusing in-love with true love
  37. Discounting fantasies
  38. Sourcing happiness externally
  39. Lack of personal purpose
  40. Discounting Psychology
  41. Discounting Emotional Affairs
  42. Confusing communication with a need to talk
  43. Confusing “let go” time with “fight” time
  44. The myth of the One
  45. The myth of soul mate
  46. Unresolved conflict
  47. The myth of closure
  48. Resentment
  49. Anger
  50. The myth of incompatibility
  51. Blame and Guilt
  52. Attack and Defense
  53. Argument
  54. The myth of “how to argue”
  55. Invisible Exaggeration
  56. Sarcasm
  57. Name calling
  58. The myth of “give and take”
  59. The myth of “it takes two”
  60. Emotional Shut-Out
  61. Dishonesty
  62. Pride and Unhealthy Ego
  63. Discounting the goodness of pain
  64. Confusing masculinity, femininity and gender role
  65. Apology overdose
  66. Not feeling hard
  67. inability to hear emotions
  68. Feeling unappreciated and unacknowledged
  69. Lack of Patience
  70. Can’t enjoy quality time together
  71. Feeling controlled
  72. Feeling manipulated
  73. Feeling blackmailed
  74. Spouse unwilling to work on your marriage
  75. Inability to Forgive
  76. Feeling like roommates
  77. Feeling bored
  78. Don’t discuss future together
  79. Walking on Egg Shells
  80. Libido Issues
  81. Inconsiderate Behaviors
  82. Not in with the times
  83. Lack of self awareness
  84. Low EQ
  85. Feeling unfulfilled
  86. Low tolerance
  87. Unhealthy competition/Tit 4 Tat
  88. Lack of gratitude
  89. Obsession with the past and future
  90. Not hanging out and having fun
  91. Lack of space
  92. Midlife crisis
  93. Outgrowing each other
  94. Age gap
  95. Hidden Principalities
  96. Childhood Trauma
  97. Finance Related Disagreement
  98. Illness
  99. Confusing Individual Change & Growth

QUESTION – “What should I as a friend say to my friend going through marriage problem? How do I actually help the situation without plugging my feeling?”

Marriage, friends family. Many people are concerned when they see friends go through marriage problems and issues.

Many people have an idea of what they think marriage should be like from the outside of marriage. They come off as judgemental and not very helpful.

What should you as a friend say to a friend going through it? How do you actually help the situation without plugging your own feeling?

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Frequently Asked Questions About Marriage Problems…

What are the signs of a failing marriage?

There are 99 signs or marriage problems that we’ve identifies but keep in mind that it depends on you particular relationship.

Ultimately, bad vibes and energy is good enough to pay attention to you marriage because you never know what’s in you spouse’ mind.

They are their own individual in their own rights.

What is the problem of marriage?

If there is abusive behavior in your marriage, it’s time to learn new skills to attract the marriage that you want.

Keep in mind that all good marriages took work to achieve.

How do you deal with marriage problems?

There are 3 simple steps (The G.P.S) that you can use to deal marriage problems but its application depends on the uniqueness in your marriage.

How do you know when your marriage is really over?

Your marriage is only over if one or 2 people decides that it is over.

If one person doesn’t agree, it is a sign of lack of sense of self and it is no wonder why the other wants out.

Keep in mind that the marriage being over does not mean you cannot build a brand new marriage with the same person using the GPS formula.