This comment was by Jimmy in reference to the post – How I Saved My Second Marriage
My wife and I have done two things to make sure our marriage lasts (it is my second marriage and she was in a 10 year LTR that was like a marriage prior to dating me.)
The first was that we learned what we needed to improve so that our relationship didn’t go down the same road as our previous relationships.
The second is that we regularly see a marriage counselor as preventative maintenance. We both get people asking if things are OK when we mention counseling. But for us, it is very beneficial and has helped us deal with a lot of things and most are how people outside our marriage have affected us and how we can help each other deal with those situations better.
It can be tough, but it ensures that we have the hard, but vital, conversations. Both of our previous relationships fell apart because those conversations never happened and the relationship rotted as a result.
We don’t want that to happen to us.
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