Thursday, October 8, 2009

How to Stop a Divorce When the Trust is Broken in Your Marriage

If trust is broken in your marriage, then you might be finding yourself trying to figure out how to stop your divorce and build trust back in your marriage.

Broken trust is one of the more common reasons for people getting divorced.  This is often caused by either you or your spouse being unfaithful.  If you were unfaithful, then you need to first accept responsibility for your actions.

When trying to regain trust to stop your divorce, you need to make sure you act only in such a way that does not give your spouse any reason to doubt your faithfulness.  You have to put in the effort to prove that you're worthy of trust.  This takes time and patience, but don't give up.  Broken trust is difficult to overcome, but it is possible.

If, on the other hand, it is your spouse who broke the trust in your marriage, it can be extremely difficult to allow them a second chance.  But try to imagine yourself in their shoes and realize that you would want to be given a second chance if it were you.

Try to understand the root of why they broke the trust and work on resolving that core marriage problem.  If your marriage is worth saving, then you need to work on restoring the broken trust in your marriage in order to stop your divorce.  This often means seeking marriage advice or counseling.  Stopping a divorce when there are trust issues involved is extremely trying.  But you do not have to do it alone.

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