Marriage Sherpa Introduces Advice about Saving Relationship

Marriage Sherpa released notes on how couples can prevent their relationship from falling apart. Body:

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Live honestly by being open with your partner. It actually brings you closer together if you know you can confide in one another about your deepest thoughts and feelings.

Wilmington, NC (PRWEB) September 12, 2012

Marriage Sherpa recently created an article advising couples to stop being passive and instead actively participate in strengthening their relationship. The website advices couples to be honest with each other and stop using outdated practices.

The website also reminded couples that they do not get into a relationship just to ruin it in the end.

Frankness, for Marriage Sherpa, is the key. “When you do have something you feel strongly about—express it to your partner,” the website adds.

Marriage Sherpa says people have to realize that a relationship should involve two people who can openly communicate. “It may even sting your partner a little to hear what you have to say, but tamping down your feelings in the mistaken notion that it saves the relationship is actually a dishonest way of living,” marriagesherpa.com continues.

“Live honestly by being open with your partner. It actually brings you closer together if you know you can confide in one another about your deepest thoughts and feelings,” advices the website.

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