Get Your Marriage Back on Track

Author: Cheri Timko

Posted On May 26, 2021

Fixing broken relationships isn't impossible. In this guide, we discuss the steps needed to make an effort towards getting back on track.

Save your marriage with these expert-backed steps that'll help rekindle romance and put it back on track! Discover how today!

Struggling with getting through a rough patch in your marriage? This guide will help you both get back on a positive path together. Learn practical solutions that can make all the difference for you and your spouse.

Make sure your marriage is on the right track with this helpful guide. Find out how to get back on track and stay there.

Feeling lost in your marriage? Read this comprehensive guide to learn tips and strategies to help keep your relationship going strong – start getting back on track today!

Get your marriage back on track with these actionable tips! Learn effective strategies and tools to rebuild your relationship in a positive and constructive way. 

Do you want to strengthen the bond between you and your partner? This guide provides resources which can help you get your marriage back on track quickly.

Is your marriage off its original track? Get your marriage back on track with these simple tips! Learn how to rebuild trust and communication with your partner.

Struggling to find a way to get back on the same page with your spouse? Let us help you get your marriage back on track with our advice and practical steps.

The Pandemic was stressful. For EVERYONE. Really, no one was spared from some difficulty. Yet, what we each faced was a unique experience. There was no universal set of circumstances. In fact, many of us experienced opposite effects. Some of us were hard hit financially, while others did better than usual. Some of us had lots of free time, while others had almost none.

How To Get Your Marriage Back on Track

Steps to Put Your Marriage Back on Track

Get Your Marriage Back on Track blog

Back on Track

Couples, married or dating, experienced a variety of challenges. For some couples, they had a lot of extra time together, while others saw each other less. For some, the Pandemic was an opportunity to grow closer to one another. Others found the experience to be very hard on their relationship with increase bickering, disagreements, and emotional distance. Many more people are questioning their relationship than ever before.

As the Pandemic restrictions start to ease and we go back to our old routines, it is time to get back on track with our relationship, too. Here are some suggestions to consider:

Take stock of your relationship.

  • What were your wins over the last 18 months? 
  • What are the hardships that you experienced as a couple, and as individuals? Recognize that things may have affected you differently. 
  • What are the lessons that you learned from your unique situation? 
  • What needs some adjustments?

Have an honest conversation about which parts of the relationship need some work.

Consider how you will invest your time and energy to make things better. I suggest doing more than “trying harder with the same old solutions".

Get Your Marriage Back on Track

Be patient with one another.

Both of you have experienced hardships. Having a generous, compassionate attitude allows you to recognize what isn’t working and address the difficult parts with a future-focused, growth mindset.

Identify where you need help.

You can find new-to-you suggestions by reading articles or books, watching YouTube videos, or following a Relationship Expert. Or, it might be time to get some professional help from a couple’s therapist or relationship coach. If you think you could benefit, don’t wait. Most couples wait far too long to get help. Don’t wait until one of you are ready to walk out the door.

Recognize what works well in your relationship.

Looking at the big picture means that you give credit for the good and the bad. It tempers the struggle by reminding you that the relationship is not defined only by the difficulties.

Most couples can recover from stressful times. It might take some intention and action, but it is worth the effort. We already have so much invested in our relationship, and saving it spares us of so much pain and hardship in the long run.

Learn more about Relationship Coaching with a seasoned expert here.

Cheri Timko - Couples Relationship Coach

Hi! I’m Cheri. I help seasoned couples ditch the disappointment so they can dare to date again. When disappointment, frustration, and hurt builds up, it can weaken or kill the feeling of being “in love.” I help you to release the resentment so that you can rekindle the romance, work as partners, and have fun again.

If you're ready to get to work, email me at to chat about the next steps.