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Belle Yambao, Contributor
 
July 19, 2011

Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo: 5 Steps to Take When Your Marriage Falls Apart

Find out how to cope if you've reached the point of "irreconcilable differences" with your husband. By Belle Yambao
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As the old saying goes, “Ang kasal ay 'di tulad ng kaning isusubo, na iluluwa 'pag napaso.” If you and your hubby want your marriage to work, you both have to be committed to it. There may come a point when enough is enough, however, and when that happens, the best thing to do is to acknowledge it no matter how much it hurts. If you have trouble coping with a difficult marriage, check out these five tips for living an independent life.


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(First published as "Nikki Valdez reveals her marriage has fallen apart + the first 5 steps to take if this happens to you" on Female Network)

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  • iah Jul 20 2011 @ 11:22am Report Abuse
       
    hi i'm iah i have i a relationship 4years and 7 months-pakiramdam ko wala na ang sweetness nmin pero strong pa din relationship namin..
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  • edskie1974 Jul 26 2011 @ 02:05pm Report Abuse
       
    hello everybody!!!i'm less than a year married to an aussie,we communicate 3 to 4 times a day since andito pa ako sa pinas...we get along nman,pero recently ived noticed parang nanlamig na cya sa akin,palagi na nya ako iniinsulto if d ko agad cya maintindihan sa gusto nyang ipahiwatig.pero ang shocking dun ang ang pgsabi nya na hes no longer happy and bored with this long distance relationship,and yan ang dahilan kaya irritated and unhappy na dw cya,and he even wants to cancel his trip this coming oct.tinanong ko cya anong dahilan,o ano ba ngawa ko bakit bigla na lng nanlamig cya,pero sabi nya disturb lng daw cya financially dun sa application for spousal visa.ryt now,i dont know where i stand?hindi ko nman cya pinursige na i petition na ako pero bkit parang nwalan na cya ng gana sa relasyon nmin?ask lng po ako mga sis,ano gagawin ko?worried na masyado ako sa mga ipinakita nya sa akin...bago lng po ako sa site na to and i hope mapayuhan nyo ako sa problema ko...thanks in advanz!
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  • wittynet Oct 09 2011 @ 09:39am Report Abuse
       
    you know you must not pursue him anymore, forigner has different perspective in life, dont make assumption that he will do everything for you, dont rely to much, be strong,ok....
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