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How to save a relationship from break up?

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ARMSTRONG said on
The first step to saving a relationship from a break up is to have honest and real conversations full of humility and vulnerability. Get everything out in the open without holding anything back. Most of the time it helps to have someone else to help you do this so you can stay focused. Remember to connect to your partner and that relationship is about compromising and letting go of yourself and what you want for yourself. It’s about putting your partner first and giving him or her your full heart and love. If you show your partner genuinely how much you truly nvalue him or her you on a path to staying together.
CUEVAS said on
As stated before, “it takes two to tango” in relationships. If the relationship is falling apart, both partners must be willing to put
forth substantial effort to work through the issues. Healing a suffering relationship requires honesty, transparency, and a willingness to hear stinging critiques if appropriate. Despite the deepest, sincerest desires of one partner, a single cannot solve the problems of a “double.” Of course, there are many tools to use if both partners feel compelled to move toward the healing of the relationship. Counseling, conversation, and forgiveness are paramount.
DiegoM said on
Make a list of all the issues which you disagree about, including the issues that avoid out of fear that talking might lead to arguing. Focus on yourself.  Trying to get your partner to change provokes defensiveness. No more criticism, complaints, blame, accusations, etc. Stay calm.  Learn how to discuss concerns constructively and make good decisions.
BestBuddy said on
You need an open conversation with your partner and, yes, a relationship requires two. Be open for a situation when your partner does not want to stay in this relationship any more. Don't try to chain him. Maybe after a short separation the two of you can make it, either together or different paths, respect the choice of your mate and follow yours.
JasenA said on
Men and women are different, you know! Men follow logic, women - emotions. If your man takes some time away from you it doesn't necessarily mean he does not love you any more, he may just need some time to reach his inner sourse before he comes back to you ready for a deeper connection :)
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