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Ways to Help Mend A Broken Relationship

If you have a broken relationship in your life, you know that it can be hard to heal a broken relationship. Sometimes a relationship can be so broken it can’t be mended, while other relationships can be mended over time. You have to look into your heart and see if that relationship is worth saving.

You can choose to take it out of its misery or nurse your relationship back to health. If you have love in your heart for that person, know that you can work hard to repair and reverse the damage that has been done. Here are ways to help mend a broken relationship below.

5 Tips to Mend A Broken Relationship

5 Tips to Mend A Broken Relationship

Listen

Listen to what the person is telling you on how they feel and what is going on. Don’t get distracted or interrupt when they are talking. Truly give them all your attention, and look them into their eyes and really hear what they have to say. If they say the way you said something hurt them in a specific way, acknowledge it. Don’t dismiss any of their feelings.

Express Yourself

After you take the time to listen to your friend/spouse, it is now your time to express your feelings. Be open and honest how you feel, no matter what it is. By being totally transparent about how you are feeling will help truly see if you can repair this relationship and get it back on the right path to healing.

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Take Responsibility

If you did something wrong to cause the issue you need to take responsibility and acknowledge your mistakes. Sincerely apologize and work hard to not make the same mistakes again. When you admit you are wrong, it really shows the other person you can try and make things better.  If the other person is the reason, they need to do the same. No excuses just take responsibility for your role in the issue at hand.

Forgiveness

Forgiveness is one of the hardest things to do in mending a broken relationship. Letting go of past hurts and not bringing them back up or running those thoughts through your mind over and over again. You have to both learn to forgive and let go of the past to be able to move forward. If you struggle, maybe seek counseling with the person to really help get through the issue.

Patience

Make sure that you give time to allow the broken relationship to heal and gain that trust back. Whether this is a family member, significant other or friend, all of these types of relationships take time. It won’t be easy to sit and wake, but allowing adequate time to heal, will help drastically. Take baby steps in working to build up trust and get the relationship back on the right foot.

5 Tips to Mend A Broken Relationship

Relationships and friendships are fragile. We all have feelings that can get hurt and sometimes people come into our life with bad intentions, it’s part of life. Learn how to mend your broken relationships with my tips today. If all else fails, you can walk away knowing that you all tried your best to mend that relationship. Sometimes friendships or relationships are a part of our life to provide us with a simple life lesson, if that’s the case, be confident knowing that you did your all to mend the broken relationship and are now ready to figure out what you can learn from the broken connection.

Brandy Ellen is a born and raised NH resident who enjoys living life to the fullest. Raising 3 kids and a pug, Brandy spends her free time writing for her two blogs – ParentInfluence and Brandy EllenWrites. Brandy is also a ghostwriter for other blogs, click here to hire Brandy to write for you.

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