Every couple has gone through a rocky period — that time when every argument turns into a battle and you question whether either of you are still in love. Maybe it only lasted a few days, or you are still in the middle of it. At times you may feel as though you are the furthest thing from your spouse's mind. But, if you are lucky, things have started to turn around, and you are beginning to notice signs that your spouse is falling back in love with you.
Putting the pieces back together after a big falling out is no easy task. There are hurt feelings, and maybe even some trust issues. There can be a fair amount of bitterness lingering, as well. Dr. Margaret Rutherford, a clinical psychologist and blogger for Huffington Post warns that "bitterness is something that kills not just a relationship, but the soul of the person who feels it." Letting go of resentment is the first step in working things out, and Rutherford adds, "forgiveness is essential in a long-term relationship."
If you want to make things work, and you believe your spouse does, as well, it's never too late. Watch carefully and see if your partner is showing signs that they are falling back in love, too.