Contrary to what many believe, being stubborn in marriage can actually be really good – when used accordingly. People often associate “stubbornness” with so much negativity, that most people hardly see its real essence and value.
By definition, being stubborn means having determination not to change one’s position or attitude about a certain something. It’s otherwise known as “mental resilience” and according to how it’s used, being stubborn can get you through a lot of things as much as it can get you into trouble!
Case in point: if you’re being stubborn to take a good advice, then you’d obviously miss out in getting a situation turned around to your benefit. But if you’re stubborn or have built some mental resilience to never give up on some goal or passion that you have (to fix your marriage, for example) then that’s when being stubborn can actually help.
After all, it is those who persevere who end up reaping the rewards. There’s a lot of truth to the “Quitters never win and winners never quit” cliché, wouldn’t you agree? There are a few cases where quitting is an option: quitting an addiction or gambling. Other than that, there’s always good cause to go after a goal and work on it relentlessly.
When it comes to your marriage, your spouse’s stubbornness might get at you, but if you’re stubborn in marriage for your own reasons with the purpose of helping the marriage back to its feet, then you’ve already won half the battle! This is what Mend the Marriage is designed for. Building a mental resilience and following a path that a few have dared to take to fix their marriage they’ve worked so hard to build on. Sometimes kids are involved, sometimes they’re not. Whatever your case may be, you need the mental resilience and proven techniques to empower you to mend your marriage.
If you’ve been reading up to this point, then you are already subconsciously starting to build resilience to never give up. Your next step is to grab the e-book “Mend the Marriage” so you’ll be on your way towards not only building resilience, but taking active steps to repair it as well. Building resilience is the only the second part in the book’s ABCD system and has worked for many people realistically save their relationships, one step at a time.
The choice is totally up to you. Will you be a statistic and add to the number of divorcees each year… or will you be stubborn in your marriage and at the very least, read the book and get guidance on what to do to build that mental resilience? Take action. If you’re a woman, click here. If you’re a man, click here.Share