There will always be trials and setbacks in life, and it is the same way in a marriage. It is fairly normal to have occassional arguments, but they shouldn't be taken lightly as they can worsen over time, if left unresolved.

1. Lack of communication

After the honey moon stage, your married life can take a nosedive and may change in a blink of an eye. Dilemmas will start coming in, like sexual problems, money difficulties or others. Communication is fundamental to taking on these issues head on when they arise. Not fixing these issues right away can add tension and can escalate into a big problem.

2. Parents-In-Law

Although being married is a blissful union, it also has its downside when dealing with your in-laws especially when you and your in-laws are not in pleasant terms. Your spouse's parents can either like or dislike you or be somewhere in the middle.

3. Financial woes

Trying to make ends meet on an everyday basis can produce a lot of strain. But that does not indicate that you have a turbulent marriage. Once again the main thing here is communication.

Here are some reasons why a marriage starts to become turbulent:

1. Unrealistic anticipation. A marriage should not be likened to a fairy tale wherein the couple will live happily ever after. In reality, you need to be prepared to undertake difficulties and problems. A sensible goal is all-important for it to be met. High expectations will only lead to a letdown.

2. Not taking commitment seriously. Usually, married couples regard divorce as an alternative when things do not seem to work but this should not be the first option. Show you're committed to your marriage by being willing to work on fixing your marriage instead of bailing.

3. Selfishness. The key to a successful marriage is to think of you and your spouse as a unified unit, and not just think of yourself only.

With all these usual problems that married couples confront, is there still a way to salvage your marriage? Nothing is impossible, and so here are some things to bear in mind:

1. Your issues cannot be solved if you always end up shouting at each other. To resolve the problem you need to put yourself in your mateís shoes. Have an open eye and mind and listen to what your spouse is saying. You may imagine that you are a perfect wife but your husband may think differently.

2. Avoid the blame game. Blaming your partner and vice versa is not the answer to your problems. In fact, it might even intensify your problems. Do not focus on your spouse's negative traits, rather try to think only of the positive.

3. Be thankful and recognize each other's value. All the things your partner has done for you needs to be acknowledged and thanked, no matter how small it might be. Stating your appreciation with a simple thank you will do. It demonstrates that you appreciate him.

Author's Bio: 

My name is Robyn Lee and I am a dating and relationship coach to women. I made many dating mistakes in the beginning and I want my husband back. I have since learned how to get my husband back and continue to have a loving relationship with my Prince Charming. I share what I have learned with women across the world so they can develop good relationships with guys.

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