A divorce is hard on everyone involved in it; the couple, their extended families and friends and especially the kids. Kids face prolonged mental impact that will bring down their confidence, stop believing in family and distrust parents. After spending all those years together, it may not be worth it to simply throw it all away considering these detrimental effects on kids. So here are some things you can do to save the last string of your relationship.Take out the trashIt’s time to put away all differences. Over the years you two could’ve developed resentments or anger towards each other and hence it is your duty to sit down and talk to each other, stating incidents or habits that made you angry or frustrated. If you don’t think you can do this on your own without picking a fight, then go for relationship counselling Applecross. Over there you will feel easier to open up in front of a counsellor. There could be minor misunderstandings that could be easily solved so work on them first. Next, go for the bigger problems and be willing to put all that in the past and move on. It is vital that you accept each other’s’ mistakes, forgive each other and take the trash out of your relationship.
Of course there will be differences between you but what matters is finding a middle ground and accepting each other for who you are. For example, if there’s an important football match telecast during a show you watch on TV, be willing to let your husband watch the match. You can sit and watch with him no matter how much you hate football. It’s all about being there for each other during hard times. Good couple counselling can help in giving you guidelines to find the middle ground.Take a breakThis can really come in handy, especially if you haven’t gone on a vacation for years. Go out with your girlfriends and let your husband take a trip with his boys. If you need to really think this through, take the trip alone. The peace of mind will help you relax and reevaluate your problems and even come up with solutions for them. To make things easier, make lists of things you don’t like about each other and note down things you are willing to change. Find something in common