Hi guys, Brad Browning here with another Mendthe Marriage tutorial. Today I’m going to cover 7 tips that will help save your marriage,even if there’s already been talk of a divorce. Now, before we get started I’d like to introducemyself in case this is the first time you’ve come across one of my YouTube tutorials. As mentioned,my name is Brad Browning and I’m a relationship coach and marriage expert. I’m also knownfor my best selling Mend the Marriage program, which teaches folks like you how to rebuildyour relationship with your spouse, and ideally save your marriage. After watching this tutorial, I encourage youto leave any comments or questions you may
have in the section below. I always try mybest to respond to all comments, so please go ahead and share your feedback. OK, let’s get started. You know the saying,â€œfirst comes love, then comes marriage, then comes happily ever afterâ€�? End of story,right? Not quiteâ€¦ While it’s true that couples relax a bit after they’ve said their vowsand tied the knot, the reality is that they may also find themselves puzzled if theirfairytale starts slipping away. Many people think that marriage is about marryingthe right person, so when things start to go wrong they begin to worry that they’veaccidentally married the wrong person. Although
you do want to marry someone you’re compatiblewith, marriage has a lot less to do with marrying the right person than it has to do with doingthe right things with the person you married. In other words, relationships are a constantwork in progress. If your marriage seems to be rocky, try these tips to restore the happyconnection that made you say quot;I doquot; in the first place. Analyze Yourself A common assumption is that it takes bothpartners to save their marriage. This seems reasonable, but it just isn’t true. Unlessyour spouse has truly and completely given
up on the relationship, it is possible foryou to make sufficient changes to save the marriage. Perhaps not immediately, but overtime it’s inevitable that the unhappy partner will notice the positive change in your behaviourand will respond to it. Whether you know it or not, you and your spousecommunicate in a revolving stimulus, a response pattern if you will. This means that whenyou do or say something, the stimulus and your partner reacts, and then you react totheir reaction, and so on. The same thing occurs when your partner says or does something.the two of you have built up a pattern of habitual actions and reactions over time.
Since a couple is comprised of two individuals,a change in the behaviour of one person will have an impact on the other, and thereforethe entire relationship. When the stimulus changes, there will be a new, different response.That new response will elicit another new and different response. If this happens enough,a new pattern of behaviours will emerge. Assuming the new actions and reactions are positive,the relationship takes a positive turn. For example, if you have developed a habitof being disrespectful towards your spouse, she will have developed some kind of reactionor coping mechanism. If you stop disrespectful behaviour, she won’t need to use her copingmechanism, and her reaction to you will chance.
The simplest step to saving your marriageis to take a frank look at your own behaviour and access how you can change it, how youcommunicate with your spouse, and what habits you have that kickstart arguments. Spend sometime looking at your relationship and figure out which parts work, and which parts don’t.Take a moment to imagine a perfect day in your perfect relationship. What would it looklike? How would you and your partner interact? Next, try creating a plan of how you mightget from point A, your current reality, to point B, that perfect day. Write it down ifyou need to, it can be something you review to remind yourself what it is that you’reworking towards. To avoid feeling overwhelmed,
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OH. I GET IT. YOU DON’T LIKE MY MUSIC’CAUSE I’M GAY. YOU CAN’T HANDLEA GAY MAN’S MUSIC. NO, NO, NO. IT’SI’M TRYING TO WORK HERE, AND THAT MUSICIS WEIRDLY SEXUAL. OH, I SEE.
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AW, DON’T CALL ITA BABY ARM. AW. I SEE. SO YOU CAN’T HANDLE HEARINGABOUT HOW I’M GAY. I’M SORRY. YOU JUST REFERREDTO YOUR BOYFRIEND’S PENIS AS A BABY’S ARMHOLDING AN APPLE. WELL, THAT’S WHATIT LOOKED LIKE.
AND IT’S NOT MY BOYFRIEND,BY THE WAY. AND quot;ANYWHATS,quot;YOU’RE HOMOPHOBIC. NO, NO, NO.THAT’S NOT HOMOPHOBIC, OKAY? YOU’RE EXPLICITLY TALKINGABOUT SEXUAL THINGS IN THE WORKPLACE. FINE. THERE’S PLENTY OF STUFFTHAT WE CAN TALK ABOUT. YOU KNOW, UH, MY PENIS CUP,