SHAW54 said on
Healing a marriage can be complex, but the same basic principles apply no matter what damage has been done. Good relationships are based on love, but also trust and respect. If one of these components is missing in your marriage, focusing on that first will speed up the healing. If you feel you can’t trust your partner, that must be addressed first, or you won’t make much headway. When trust is not an issue, you can share your feelings and discuss what’s bothering you. With respect, you can hear each other out, and you can both work together towards the same goal.
SunFlower said on
First thing you should know is that both partners are needed to heal a marriage. And, as SHAW45 said above, it is up to the damage. I shall recommend a marriage counseling as a trusted guide in your healing process. And, remember, it is nobody's fault. To blame your partner for the situation is not a good idea.
HotSpring said on
Healing a marriage requires both partners' will to make it work. Why don't you start with an open conversation with your spouse about the issues you are facing in your marriage. People here are right - no accusations, no one's fault - just facts, situations and your point of view. You may feel the need to consult a marriage counselor and, please, do so.