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Help, I Want To Get My Wife Back - I Messed Up But I Want To Save My Marriage Now

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It's already a good start if you have admitted to yourself that you messed up. Now, you are asking yourself "how to save my marriage?", but you don't know what to do. Then this article will be of great help to you.

Shouting, screaming or even crying "I want to get my wife back" is not going to help. You have to take actions. What kind of actions? Well, if you really want to save your marriage, you better be ready for some begging to get your wife back. Forget about ego at this time, or things may get worse. Remember, it's you who messed up!

No matter what she says to you, just shut up and accept it, don't try to find excuses to cover up your mistakes. That's what I would have done too if I was trying to get my wife back. And, please don't lie, long term relationships are based on truths, not lies. The problems must have been a big deal because that's why they put your marriage at risk.

The next step is to convince your wife that you have changed. Maybe you have done that already, but this time, you have to use more than just words to make her believe it. If you have wondering "how to save my marriage?", then you have to stand up and do what it takes to make it happen.

How To Save My Marriage

You may have to change the way you are, it should not be a big deal if it is going to save your marriage. Don't let pride come in the way. Pride may make believe that you good the way you are. But remember, "the way you are" has put your relationship at risk in the first place.

So, let go of the pride and do what it takes to get your wife back.

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