Together with the couple’s family and friends, each couple is full of hopes and dreams for their future life together. But the road to a happy marriage is far from easy. And as today’s divorce statistics demonstrate all too well, many couples opt not to complete the journey.
It would be easy to blame our high rate of marital failure on things like not spending enough quality time together, allowing bitterness and resentment to build in our hearts and failing to keep communication lines open. There’s no end to books, articles and seminars that tell you how to improve these and many other aspects of your relationship. But while quality time, forgiveness and communication are vitally important to creating a happy marriage, if such things aren’t happening, it’s usually a sign of a much deeper problem.
It is rare that you hear someone say they wish to remarry their ex-husband or wife. I guess the grass really wasn't greener or time did not heal the wound! Whatever the reason, it does happen but on rare occasions. This is why I will prefer to entitle this piece ‘Remarrying your spouse.
Getting back together after a divorce might surprise your relatives, but re-lighting the flame with a divorced spouse is more common than you think. Learn how to do it "right" the second time around, and make this new (old) relationship work again is the focal point of this piece, which will be broken down into Part 1, 2 & 3 due to space. Part 1 will only take care of the introduction while Part 2 & 3 will discuss on the 13 steps.