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How to Fix a Broken Marriage: All You Need to Know

Published on 4/8/2018
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Little did my good friend and former teaching colleague, Sussi, know that her husband, Mike had asked me for advice on how to fix a broken marriage ...

He'd recently confided he felt he and Sussi had been growing apart for years ...

So when Sussi rang  a few days later and asked me to have lunch with her, I was a little wary ...

And wondered if Mike had put her up to it.

He hadn't.

It turned out that she felt the need to talk.

We'd just ordered (double Sticky Toffee Pudding for me!) when the couple who had booked the table near us came in - they were very elderly ... and hardly talked to each other ...

Having ordered and gazed out of the window for a few minutes, the wife produced a couple of paperbacks.

Without saying a word, she handed one to her husband and both started reading ...

I was fascinated ...

Obviously I didn't want to be seen to be staring, but with a small eye and head movement, indicated to Sussi to look to her right.

I thought she would be as amused as I was ...

How wrong I was!

She smiled for a moment ... and then such a look of sadness crossed her face as she said softly:

"Is that how all marriages endup? You'd rather read than talk to each other?"

And before I could reply, her face crumpled and she launched into her troubles with Mike...

  • what a good husband he was, but how there was no longer any spark between them
  • how bored she felt with him and how sure she was that he was bored with her
  • she wasn't even sure he loved her or she loved him any longer ....

It all poured out non-stop ...

I listened in stunned silence ...

  • how do you save your marriage when you feel hopeless and alone? she asked
  • why does my husband ignore me from time to time?
  • what should I do when he becomes cold and distant?
  • can you fall back in love with your husband?
  • who knows how to fix a broken marriage?
  • is it inevitable that you lose the love as time goes by?
  • why does romance die?

I was way out of my depth ...

I'm never comfortable in situations like this when friends are in distress ... yet it would be churlish not to offer a sympathetic ear.

I'm not marriage Counsellor - so I wasn't quite sure what to say.

I most certainly couldn't betray Mike and tell her he felt much the same way ...

And had even asked for advice on how to fix a broken marriage ...

Or that I' d promised to do my best to try to find a workable solution for him asap.

But I could tell her that I knew by the way Mike talked about her and looked at her that he still loved her ...

Which was what I did ...

"Are you sure? What makes you so sure?" she asked, with a timid smile like the sun coming out from behind a cloud ... I could see she was afraid to hope ...

I replied I was sure  - you had only see the way his face softened when he spoke/looked at her to see that he loved her.

Sussi understood in a flash -

"Of course" she said ... "you can always tell a couple who are in love by the way they look at each other "...

"I don't think I've looked at him in that way for years" she added sadly.

There was one really big positive I could see:

They were both looking for help with how to fix a broken marriage ...

Neither was wanting to walk away and end the marriage, which was a huge step in the right direction.

I asked her if she'd thought of counselling ?

She had ... the local Marriage Guidance Counsellor was very well-known in the small town we live in ... which made her feel very uncomfortable ... and she feared counselling would take too long ... 

"What should I do? I'm so afraid of making matters by saying and doing the wrong thing. We need immediate help" she said, with tears in her eyes. 

"In for a penny, in for a pound" I thought ...

"How about a step-by-step formula to respark the romance which you can read in 15 minutes?" I asked?

She looked at me as if I was joking ...

I wasn't ... 

I told her a bit about the latest neuro-science and the Pupillometrists ...

Sussi thought I was making up a big word  :)

I'd only heard of them recently, too - apparently they study the science of the human pupil ...

(We had a good laugh over that ... as former teachers, we've studied many a human pupil :)  - some very difficult ones, at that).

But this research referred to the eye pupil - and it's effect on brain chemistry ...

These experts have discovered there's a proven formula for using neuro-science to create the exact hormone and chemical pleasure surges in a man's brain that create love and desire ...

"A formula you once used in your relationship with Bryan without even realising it" I explained to Sussi ... 

I'd just finished reading a specialist e-book for women who want to reignite a man's love ...

(The author has also written one for men trying to save their marriage, but I haven't read that yet. I'm guessing it will be worth well reading) ...

I'd found the e-book for women in relationship difficulties fascinating ...


It's quite long (186 pages), but for those in a relationship crisis, as in Sussi's case, there's 

  • a condensed version in a
  • Quick-start Mini-book she could read it in 15 minutes ... and a
  • step-by-step formula to follow to start transforming her relationship straight away

Sussi looked almost afraid to hope ...

I told her very briefly about the five worst mistakes women in long-term relationships make ... 

We both agreed we' d made most of them :(

Like me, Sussi couldn't guess what is about Marilyn Monroe that had such appeal for men all over the world.

The answer was not at all what either of us thought ... I doubt if many women would get it right ...

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Which probably shows how little we understand the workings of a man's mind :(

I probably don't need to tell you that men are not mind readers :)

Long story short:

I got a quick text later that evening from Sussi ... just 5 smiley faces ...

'Nuf said :)

If you would like help with how to fix a broken marriage, take the short cut and click here to see "How to Respark the Romance" ... 

Or, you can read my review here ...

Perhaps it can help you, too?


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