Hey, Melanie here.
And you're reading my uncensored review of what I really thought about Save My Marriage E-book.
Note that this is a review.
Why am I writing this? Well, when I was thinking of buying Save My Marriage E-book, there wasn't many real reviews around. So, I thought I'd do a quick write-up to help any of you who are in the same position I was.
My first impressions of Save My Marriage Ebook:
"I really want to save my marriage and I am willing to do all that is possible to ensure that happens." This was the only thing that I could think about when I filled in the order form for the Save My Marriage Guide, it seemed like so much had went wrong in just a little time. It seemed like yesterday we were in graduating college beginning our lives together, and everything was so right. But then I found myself in a miserable marriage, I had no idea how to save.
What Save My Marriage E-book has helped me achieve:
I have discovered what it takes to actually build and maintain a happy marriage. My marriage went from miserable, to a work in progress, and now the best it has ever been! I am truly grateful, you have to try this guide to fully understand.
The top 5 things that I learned from Save My Marriage Ebook:
1. I learned how to pay attention to the things that interest my husband the most, a marriage is give in take. Of Course we all know that when we first get married, but sometimes the everyday worries of life can make you lose sight of that.
2. I learned to listen to my spouse, it seems more common for women to complain about being heard. But I realized that my husband wanted to be heard as well, you know that silent treatment you've been getting way too often? Yeah, I was going through the same thing. After following the steps in the Save My Marriage Guide, I learned that my husband wasn't speaking because he felt there was no use if I wasn't going to listen.
3. I was reminded to accept my spouse for exactly who he is, no one wants to feel like they aren't accepted as they are. This is where respect became an issue in my marriage, love and acceptance both come as a package. I often felt like my husband didn't accept me for who and what I was, after having three children and 15 years of marriage my body went through some changes. When this came up as part of the lesson, I really wanted to change the way I had been treating my husband, in fact both of us wanted to do something different. When I felt life Jake didn't accept me, I also felt like he didn't love me. But all of that has changed now:)
4. Trust your spouse, a marriage is difficult enough on it's own. But having a marriage that doesn't have trust, is almost a for sure death sentence. No one wants to constantly be around someone they can not trust, and who wants to be in a marriage that feels when you know your spouse doesn't trust you!
5. Strive to be best friends with your spouse. After-all you guys are team mates, and you should be able to share serious moments and joyous occasions together. Do your best to loosen up, show your spouse that you still know how to have fun, and you want to have fun with them.