Our expert says:
Good advice, as usual. In a way, it's a pity it isn't a bit harder to get married ( or to enter into serious relaionships ) as people often seem to slide into them, before they've had the time to get to know each other well enough, not only in the good tmes, but enduring some of the lumps and bumps of life, so as to be sure that they can be in like as well as in love. To me it seems an issue is both , as you say, the need to do all one can to save a marriage --- but also the sad fact that a marriage can hardly be saved entirely by the efforts of one partner ( short of total surrender to the other ), so often a critical factor in deciding how long to persist in trying to save it, may be the willingness of he other partner to sincerely work, through marriage counselling or just hard joint work together, towards finding a solution. When the other person can't be bothered to try to salage the relattonship, then in a very real sense, it's no longer a relationship.
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