Learn how to overcome Relationship Challenges

Can you remember that overwhelming, knees-weak, dizzy, startling moment when you first fell in love with your partner?

Now that its years later you may feel like the time you spend together involves chores. Sex has become routine and sporadic and romantic moments are a rare occassion. Unfortunately, the reality is that in today’s society, more than 50% of all marriages fail for one reason or another.

Luckily you're not alone and we are here to help couples just like that. Learn some of the best tips to help you overcome those hurdles that you may encounter on the way, so that nothing else will ever be able to stand in your way. Let us help you along the path of you and your partners happy ending story.

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Q. What are some of the most common relationship challenges?

We've polled over 100 experts to see what they say are the top reasons couples decide to split, and — believe it or not — communication problems came out on top as the number one reason relationships fail. Here are some of the main issues that have been reported to cause relationships to fail:

  • Lack of individual identity - A codependent relationship is not healthy. When you don’t have your own interests or the opportunity to express yourself outside of coupledom you probably feel like you are drowning and don’t know why.
  • Not having a shared vision of success - Your idea of a weekend getaway is a cozy cottage in the woods; your partner wants to the hit the town and catch a game. He thinks it’s your job to cook and clean, but you disagree.
  • The intimacy disappears - Somewhere in a marriage there is a subtle change in the intimacy department. One person has an off day, there is a misunderstanding or someone doesn’t feel well. Then there’s the idea that he isn’t as romantic or she isn’t as sexual.
  • Unmet expectations - Somewhere written into a human’s genetic code lie the instruction that when a person isn’t happy, he or she is supposed to force his/her significant to make the changes required to make the unhappy person happy again. This usually takes the form of complaining, blaming, criticizing, nagging, threatening, punishing and/or bribing.
  • Finances and who does what - Opposites can attract but when two people are opposites in the financial department, divorce often ensues. Imagine the conflict if one is a saver and one is a spender. One is focused on the future while the other believes in living for today. One has no problem buying on credit, while the other believes in saving up for what one wants.

Healing and stengthening your relationship cannot start until you start to talk. Learn how to get into the habit of listening to what your mate is saying. Not the kind of listening that you do when you go out or sit at the dinner table, but a different kind of listening.

Q. Is there a common reason that so many relationships fail?

When surveying people about why their relationship failed, we found that one of the main responses is that the relationship was too predictable. Often people become too comfortable in their relationship and sitting around on the weekends, watching movies is about as exciting as it gets. Don't be afraid of new adventures and experiences when trying to rebuild a relationship.

Let us help you bring back an element of surprise in your relationship and break that predictability of your relationship. Move forward with making your relationship stronger, spend time together and learn how to overcome any relationship challenges If you feel like you have lost yourself during the course of the relationship, this resolution will help you find your way better than ever.

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