My marriage is broken, we often hear people say. If you want to fix anything - a bicycle, a sewing machine a marriage - you first have to know how it works. Marriage is like anything else; it's when we don't know what's happening when its working that we have trouble understanding what to do when its broken.
A good, working marriage consists of love, romance, play and partnership. It is unfortunate that they do not teach these things in school. Love is a commitment, a decision. The feelings of love will change, grow and subside, but as long as the commitment is made, the marriage stands a much better chance of remaining stable,
Love spells help to remove those misunderstandings and illusions from the mind of partners and help them smile at each other and to continue the journey that was unfinished. You do not require the help of any third party to cast a love spell to make things normal.
Marriage therapists, when trying to fix a broken marriage can get the couple talking to discuss problematic issues and counsel them by sharing appropriate ways of handling them. Marriage is a journey, and sometimes we make wrong turns and get lost. There are ways help you get back on the right track to make your marriage better than ever. Marriage is like that.
Marriages can usually be saved if both spouses are willing to work on it. If there is just a small spark left in a relationship, there are ways to save it before it falls apart. Even a small spark of desire will be enough to find a thread to work from.
Figure out what was happening when things were going well, compare with what is happening now. You will very likely find that there is something very different to compare between then and now. Were you talking more before? Were you sitting closer together on the couch?
Try to turn off the TV, even if it is just for one painful night. There is a very good chance that one painful night will become one very pleasant resolution. This is one of this things that you don't know until you try. Pretty soon, you'll have less TV and more of each other.
Go for a walk, this is my personal favorite. What else is there to do when you walk besides talk, or think? At least your thoughts could very easily turn into a conversation.