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How Does Marriage Reconciliation Work?

By Areelitaha Joahlanski

Have you and your spouse recently split up. Or maybe it’s been a few months since one of you have left the house. But now your thinking you may want to try marriage reconciliation. Take this step as serious as it deserves to be. Give your marriage the extra attention you need too.

It’s not a promise that if you decide to try a marriage reconciliation after a few months apart that your marriage will be back on track. Nothing is ever a guarantee when it comes to life. But in a lot of cases if you still love the other person you may be able to work out any problem.

But if it was something simple, like too much flirting or jealous behavior, well a marriage reconciliation may work. See if you’ve had time apart you’ve had time to think. During that time you will hopefully have realized that you don’t want to be without your spouse.

Not that the subject matter is funny, but in a way it is. A friend and her husband have an opposite thought process on swinging. If you are not up on that lingo, it’s when a couple will include others outside of the marriage in their bedroom.

So the husband really wants this situation to arise, enough that he places her picture on the internet. And it was without her knowledge. Imagine walking into a store no more than two miles from their home. “Hey you look even better in person”, that’s what she heard, and all she needed to know.

No one likes pain, and when you or your spouse have split up and one becomes involved with another person. It doesn’t matter for how long, but they have created a bond, and one that even your marriage reconciliation may not stand a chance against. In that case it may just be the best step to say, let’s get that divorce. But just jumping to a divorce isn’t always the answer.

Marriage reconciliation is to be highly commended when a couple tries again after they’ve split. Just the fact that they are willing to give a bit more to see if they can become happy again says a lot. But unfortunately it’s not a guarantee to work.

Try marriage reconciliation for the right reasons, not just to do it. If you have no more love for your spouse, tell them that. Holding stuff in is what could have caused the problems to start with. Why not give the spouse in your relationship the benefit of the doubt, and be honest with them. But if you honestly feel a marriage reconciliation will work by all means do it. Work out those problems for the better of everyone involved. That’s one less divorce that will go into the statistic books and a happy husband and wife who may be together forever. Just because they tried a marriage reconciliation instead of just getting a divorce.

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Joahlanski, Areelitaha "How Does Marriage Reconciliation Work?." How Does Marriage Reconciliation Work?. 26 Aug. 2010. 4 Aug 2014 <>.

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