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From a Man's Point of View on Healing Your Relationship

If you're struggling to keep your relationship with your wife or girlfriend from falling apart you will need another man's point of view  on healing a relationship.  You may want to talk to your buddies, but the truth is they probably don't know any more than you do.  Instead read this article for some good advice on repairing your broken relationship.

There are two phrases that should be the building blocks to repairing your relationship: "I'm sorry" and/or "I was wrong".  Neither one will mean a thing if they aren't sincere.  The first thing you have to do to heal your relationship is to be a man and own up to your part in the problems.

Many men seem to think that apologizing is a sign of weakness.  Actually nothing could be further from the truth.  If you think about it, one of the hardest things you will ever do is to admit you were wrong and that you caused someone else's pain, especially someone you love.  That is a hard thing to do.  …

How to Get My Wife To Love Me Again

Are you unable to think about anything except "How to get my wife to love me again"? Has your marriage gone by the wayside and you don't know why or what to do about it? Here are some tips that can help you out.

If you don't know why your wife has stopped loving you (or so she says), then that's the first thing you need to figure out. First of all, if your wife is still with you, then she probably does still love you. If she didn't, she would be somewhere else. So that's something positive you want to keep in mind. So why is she saying that she doesn't love you or just acting like she doesn't love you?

The main reason that a woman will feel like she's fallen out of love is because she isn't getting the attention and appreciation that she craves. Women are multi-faceted and do many things for you and your family. They work, take care of the kids, do all the household duties, have a social life that includes other friends and families and o…