Common marriage mistakes & their solu...

iVillage Member
Registered: 02-16-2010
Common marriage mistakes & their solu...
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Wed, 02-17-2010 - 8:22pm

Common marriage mistakes & their solutions can be learnt beforehand ?



  • Yes. I would have learnt them if I had known.
  • No. Total waste of time.
  • Maybe. No harm in trying.


You will be able to change your vote.


iVillage Member
Registered: 06-01-2009
Mon, 02-22-2010 - 9:40am
You forgot a fourth option, "I knew them all beforehand and it made no difference to the way my husband behaved"
iVillage Member
Registered: 02-16-2010
Mon, 02-22-2010 - 2:24pm

Yeah. You are absolutely right. There are certain times like that where you feel that you have tried every possible thing on this earth and still no good comes out it. That's the time when one starts believing in HIGHER POWER and seeks good advice from GOD.

I always believe, a person who is already in the state of "need" has no time or energy to give to others but only a full-filled, contempted heart can. Your husband might be that person in need !

Why not spend more time & energy to bring a positive change in your own behavior/reactions and less time in figuring out your loved ones all "WHYs" & "HOW's"!

Try & Become an example of the change to see a positive change around you !

"Challenge yourself today and find out what changes you can bring in yourself First."

Good Luck

iVillage Member
Registered: 06-01-2009
Mon, 02-22-2010 - 5:24pm

I could spend as much time and energy as I like, but there's no point. He moved out days after he announced he "wasn't in love anymore" to shack up with some tramp.


We only communicate now by email, and then only about the children and the business of the divorce settlement.


Incidentally, I don't need to seek advice from some imaginary friend in the sky. I'm capable of dealing with life using reality-based coping techniques. Thanks anyway!