Not everyone is ready to hear the truth but here it is…
If your marriage isn’t already great you’re making any of these 3 big mistakes:
- You don’t care enough.
When I work with couples I look for proof of deep caring.
I look for actual evidence that people are willing to do whatever it takes to fix their marriage. I look for people who are willing to make it a priority in their lives. Is that you?
- You think you care.
Because you’re stressed or unhappy doesn’t mean you care deeply.
It’s inconvenient to feel disconnected with your partner, or to be unable to communicate, or to always be arguing, or to be walking on eggshells around each other, or to have poor affection and intimacy.
It can even be painful, but what steps are you taking to change it? Thinking you care is not evidence of doing whatever is needed to get rid of the problems between you.
- You”ll waste more time.
Unless a decision is made immediately to fix your marriage or find great help and hire them, you”ll go through the motions of searching for answers but nothing will change.
This is simply more proof that you don’t care enough to fix the problem once and for all. You can blame your partner but that doesn’t really do anything at all.
Here’s Evidence of Deep Caring
- You take responsibility for your role in the disconnect.
- You tell yourself the truth about how important this is or isn’t to you.
- You make the adjustments that prove you care deeply.
- You find the answers and implement them right away, or you get the best help you can, and follow their guidance to the best of your ability.
Do anything else and it’s all superficial caring. A game of pretending to be working on fixing the problems that goes on and on, yet nothing changes.
If you’re doing that you need to care more about your happiness.
What’s your truth?
The evidence and proof of caring are found only in what you are doing.
Have you read my book and used the ideas?
Have you spoken with me and followed my advice?
Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot
Nothing is going to get better. It’s not. -Dr. Seuss