Is Your Spouse Ready to Move On?
The scenario we will address in this guide are situations in which your spouse has come to a point where he or she is ready to move on with his or her life and they have left home to pursue that path.
There are innumerable reasons this may be the case, and I won’t go into them here. If you are in this situation you likely suspect some of the reasons for this decision anyway, so looking at them in this guide isn’t particularly helpful. The truth is that this is probably the most difficult of all scenarios in which to get your spouse to come back.
Of course, it depends on a number of factors including how committed your spouse is to his decisions, how deep the pain goes, and what has happened over the course of your marriage. But in most cases this is the most difficult situation to overcome.
Nonetheless, the possibility still exists that there is some hidden interest on your spouse’s part to rebuild the relationship. This may be invisible to you now. It may even be invisible to him right now, but it could be there and if you are going to try and rebuild your relationship you are going to need to uncover that desire.
The way to do this is to follow the same strategies I outlined in scenario #2. You need to pull away, create a sense of mystery, and offer your partner some bait to come back to the relationship.
Doing this will allow you to test and see whether or not there is even the slightest interest on your spouse’s part to rebuild and stop your divorce. If there is, this is the best strategy you have to uncover it. If there isn’t… at least you know the truth.
If your spouse has moved out because he or she feels it’s time to move on, this technique may work or it may not, but the only way you will know for sure is if you give it a try. If you are truly interested in rebuilding your marriage, your marriage is worth trying it out. If any of your social paths cross even indirectly, your spouse is likely to find out that you are dressing better, taking care of yourself, and having fun.
Let me close by saying this …
I have seen marriages come back from the brink of collapse many times. I know it can happen, but it takes two people being committed to the marriage to make that happen. The techniques in this guide are a first step to getting your partner to recommit and save your marriage. If they work, there is some hope you can rebuild. It won’t be easy. You will have to work on many other pieces of your relationship as well. But it can happen.
I hope it happens for you. Good luck.