4 Ways To Salvage A Relationship That Is Struggling To Survive

Save your relationship!

Not even couples who have been together for the longest time are immune to the possibilities of a breakup. There are lots of couples out there who have been together for many years and yet they still find that their love is still struggling to survive. That’s very normal for a lot of relationships. Usually, these couples fall into slumps because they get complacent and they settle into something of a monotonous kind of relationship. They don’t think it important to maintain the thrill and excitement in the relationship and so their passion ends up losing its luster in the long run. All kinds of couples are prone to this kind of relationship disease. It doesn’t matter whether you’re married, living together, or young teenage lovers. If you happen to find your relationship in a position where it’s actually losing its luster, then you need to act fast and try to save it. You can’t afford to let that kind of negativity consume your relationship until there’s nothing left to show for it. You always have to make sure that you don’t let any lingering problems go unnoticed or else they will all accumulate only to bite you in the butt. 

And the tricky part here is that you might really have to end things with a real breakup. These kinds of breakups are difficult because you didn’t necessarily fall out of love with each other. You just stopped putting in the effort and you let things get too bad to a point where you can no longer salvage things. You should always look to be proactive in a relationship. You can’t just ignore problems in the hopes that they are eventually going to go away or fix themselves. 

If you find that your relationship is currently stuck in some sort of rut or is going downhill, then you need to take action. You need to take a long hard look at your relationship and try to spot the problem areas; try to pick out the weak points and areas in need of improvement. You can do this by being more reflective and introspective about your love for your partner. You can also try to talk things out with each other and lay it all out in the open. But if you’re still feeling a little lost as to how you can try to fix things, here are a few areas where you can start:

1. Repair any broken trust issues that you may have with each other.

Trust is the bedrock for any kind of relationship. You can’t expect to build a strong and loving relationship with one another if you aren’t able to trust each other. You have to be able to trust that your partner is mature enough to handle the truth whenever you need to be honest with them. You have to be able to trust that your partner loves you enough to never betray you or manipulate you. You have to trust that your partner is always ready to help pick you up whenever you fall. And more importantly, your partner should be able to trust you in all these aspects as well. 

2. Always be accountable for your own faults.

Own up to whenever you screw up in a relationship. Stop trying to find a scapegoat. Stop trying to find someone to blame. You are where you are in your life and your relationship because of the choices you have made in the past. Acknowledge that you have full control of your life and that you need to take more responsibility for everything that happens to you and to the relationship. Once the both of you are able to understand that you can’t be blaming each other for everything, then you can start constructively trying to fix the problems. – Continue reading on the next page


3. Be more thoughtful and stop being so selfish.

It’s not going to be all about you no matter how much you want it to be. Maybe when you first went into the relationship, you understood the concept of selflessness to some extent. Perhaps you lost it along the way. You need to be able to regain that sense of selflessness and thoughtfulness back in the relationship if you want it to survive. You have to remember that you are willingly sharing huge chunks of your life with another person and you can’t afford to be completely selfish anymore. 

4. Be more adventurous in the bedroom.

Sometimes, a jumpstart in your sex life is all you need to revitalize things in the relationship. Try to be more explorative with each other in the bedroom and see where that takes you. Remember it takes a great deal of trust and respect for two people to engage in consensual sex. And also, it’s a great physical manifestation of your love for one another. You have practically nothing to lose by just choosing to explore each other’s bodies more in the bedroom.