Marriage Assessment (Checklist)
Your situation is not as unique as you may think. Many married couples face the same dilemmas in their relationship, which is why it is easier than you may think to fix. You just need the advice from someone who has the experience. No marriage, especially yours, is hopeless. The mutual love and companionship you and your spouse once shared CAN be revived.

The Checklist
  • Were you friends before you were intimate?
  • Do you have respect for each other?
  • Do you have fun together (laugh, play etc.)?
  • Do you have the same perspective on sex?
  • Is your sexual relationship much more than fulfilling an obligation?
  • Do you and your spouse have similar interests?
  • Do you and your spouse have similar financial goals?
  • Do you and your spouse have similar religious beliefs?
  • Do you and your spouse truly look out for one another?
  • Do you and your spouse respect each otherís privacy?
  • Do you and your spouse trust each other?
  • Do you and your spouse accept each other for who they are and not who you want them to be?
  • Are you and your spouse open and honest with each other?
  • After an argument, do you and your spouse make-up before going to sleep at night?
  • Are you and your spouse, as a whole, optimistic?

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