Throughout my program I will try to help you develop strategies to save your marriage. For the most part these strategies revolve around situations where you and your spouse still live together, or you at least have regular contact with your partner.
However, there are cases where one spouse has left the home. This happens for a variety of reasons that we will explore in a moment. But suffice it say that when a spouse leaves home, for whatever reason, it can be a devastating experience—especially if you don’t want to divorce or you
have been working on rebuilding to save your marriage.
It may be that you find yourself in this situation right now: Your spouse has left home and you are wondering how you can get him or her to come home and work on rebuilding your marriage. The pain, worry, and frustration that this kind of situation causes are often overwhelming. But you aren’t helpless in the face of this circumstance.
There are things you can do to try to get your spouse to reinvest in your relationship, come home, and do the work necessary to rebuild your marriage. I want to help you learn how to do exactly that in this guide: to improve your chances. In this guide I will give you a set of strategies you can use to attempt to achieve this goal if your partner has left home and you want him or her
to come back so you can rebuild.
The techniques in this brochure can be very effective. I have seen people get back together and rebuild their marriage using the information in this guide. However, they are not foolproof. If your spouse has left home, you are in a situation where the chances of rebuilding your marriage are diminished. There’s no reason to mislead you about that.
Nonetheless, there is still some chance that you can rebuild your marriage, and you won’t know whether or not that is possible unless you give the techniques in this guide a chance. A marriage that is mostly dead is still a little bit alive and you may still be in time to stop your divorce.
While the chances that you can rebuild your marriage are diminished, they haven’t evaporated completely. Your spouse may still have some hidden interest in coming home and trying to work on your marriage that even he isn’t fully aware of. Accessing that desire and bringing it to the surface can help rebuild a marriage that is truly on the verge of collapse.
Doing this is not as straight forward as you may think. Some of these techniques are counter-intuitive: They revolve around ideas that, on the surface, may not seem like the best way to get your partner back. They have a rationale, however, which I will explain, and these strategies have proven very effective for some of my clients in the past. In short, the methods work, even if they aren’t always obvious.
Having said that, it’s time to get started on getting your spouse to come home.
I have identified three typical scenarios that explain why your spouse might have left and will give you tools that could encourage your spouse to come back. In the remainder of this guide, I will go through each scenario, one by one, investigate the rationale behind why your spouse left, and look at techniques you can use for getting him to come home and start working on your marriage again.