The Reasons Why He Cheats On You

Posted Sunday, February 2nd, 2014 | Tagged in : After An Affair, Overcoming Obstacles, Save Your Relationship | Get Your Ex Back, Tips By Admin

There is nothing worse in a relationship than being cheated by your partner.  All of the confidence and trust that you built into the relationship is ruined when this happens. It creates a climate of distrust and suspicion. And it results in deeply hurt feelings. He may never be able to fully regain your trust again, even if he acknowledge he was wrong and asks you to forgive him.
But, why do men cheat in the first place? There are numerous reason why. In general the most common reasons why men cheat are listed below.

1. To get his revenge

If you have cheated on him, he may be the kind of man who wants to get back at you, by cheating himself. Even if the mistake took place in the past,  and you thought it was long forgiven, he may justify his cheating on you, since you did it first.

2.  For the thrill of it

For some there’s a  thrill and excitement that comes from cheating. The risk of not getting caught cheating can provide more of a thrill, than being faithful in their relationship.  For some men, cheating is a fun activity, a game that they create for themselves, whether then stay true to  their actual relationship.

3.  He hasn’t been caught cheating

Some men will continue to cheat if they haven’t been caught by their partner. They feel that they haven’t done anything wrong, since she doesn’t know about it.  They think, what she doesn’t know, doesn’t hurt her. For this reason, most men will continue to cheat until they are caught by their partner.

4. To boost his self-confidence

One of the best ways a man feel confident about himself, is to have members of the opposite sex be attracted to him. A man feels better about himself when women are drawn to him and fall in love with him. To him, it is worth cheating for this reason alone–it is a boost to his ego.

5.  He no longer loves you

The commitment he made to you, is now ignored, since he no longer loves you. It is now his excuse to cheat. If you still have feeling for him, you need to remind him of that love. Rekindle the memories you had together when you enjoyed being around each other. If that fails to set things right again, you will have to decide if your relationship can be saved.  Cheating is not always seen as the end of a relationship, if it is something you can accept from your partner. But it does reflect an immaturity when a person is willing to risk everything by cheating. To take the chance of ruining a relationship, shows a disregard for the feelings of your partner. But if you can gain insight and understand the reasons behind his cheating, you will be able to discuss your feelings about it and let him know the consequence for this action. Do not be afraid to discuss serious things with your partner. He may come to realize that the consequences for cheating is a risk that he doesn’t want to take, when he will lose what means the most to him–you.

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How to save a marriage

Posted Saturday, June 15th, 2013 | Tagged in : Marriage & Relationship, Marriage Help, Save Your Marriage, Tips By Admin
Untitled-1Marriage can be something really special. You get to share everyday with the person you love. But, it can also be challenging and frustrating. The question of “How To Save A Marriage?” is a difficult one. It means dealing with serious issues.  And it is different for each couple. Only you can determine what will work in maintaining and preserving your marriage

Through time there has been tried and tested ways that couples have discovered ways on how to save a marriage.  If you want to save your marriage, there are things you must do.

Such as:


Mistakes are a part of life. Give your husband or wife a chance to make things right with you. When you forgive, you have to mean it. You must show it in your words and actions. There’s no greater impediment to saving a relationship, if you cannot forgive.


Learn to live with your wife’s or husband’s shortcomings. No one is perfect! Don’t react to every little thing in a negative way. Don’t try to change the person you are married to. Your acceptance is the best thing to give, it says to him or her, I love you just the way you are.


Meet your your wife or husband halfway. Be open and flexible. You don’t have to compromise everything. But you should be willing to compromise sometimes, to meet their expectations. If you are the personality type that has to always have your way, it can leave your partner feeling imposed upon all the time. If you are not willing to compromise the problems will continue between you.

Choose thoughtful words

Avoid hurtful words. When the situation has grown intense, choose your words carefully. Speak with a kind tone. Harsh words can drive a wedge between the two of you.  Your words can make it better or worse. So think before you speak. Thoughtfulness is a key ingredient in how to save a marriage and secure a strong relationship.


Don’t assume things based upon your partner’s previous reaction and decision to something . Give your partner an opportunity to explain their actions. Don’t draw a conclusion, before having all the facts. Instead of presuming something, talk things over. Listen to each other with an open mind. Try to work out an issue where you both can agree on a solution.

Never tolerate abusive language nor physical abuse.

If the situation ends up abusive, wait until things calm down, before proceeding toward a solution. Never stick around when there’s physical abuse.  Get professional help as soon as possible.


Be willing to apologize if you have done something to hurt your partner. But don’t apologize just to make things better. You really have to mean it. Give thought to why you need to apologize. If you made a mistake, be big enough to admit to it. Don’t let pride get in the way.

Maintain Intimacy

Intimacy is very important to keep your relationship strong. It is a key component in “How To Save A Marriage.” A lack of intimacy can make you vulnerable to go outside of your marriage. If you are having problems, don’t withhold your love as a way to deprive your partner. Nothing can destroy a relationship or marriage more, then a partner feeling unwanted and unloved.

Appreciate your wife/husband.                                               

Find ways whether big or small to always show your wife or husband that you value the things that are done for you.  Take the time to express your love with words and deeds. The only way your wife or husband can know how much you appreciate him or her, is by you showing it.

Save My Marriage (Ten tips on How to Do It)

Posted Monday, May 27th, 2013 | Tagged in : Marriage Help, Save Your Marriage, Save Your Relationship | Get Your Ex Back By Admin


Everyday you are bombarded by all kinds of advice about relationships and marriage. At mrmarriagesaver  we want to give you important information that you will find helpful.  It is a good idea to think out of the box. Don’t automatically dismiss something without giving it a try. It could be the one thing that will save your marriage. So if you are searching for ways to save your marriage, before it is too late, help is available. At you will find resources in the form of articles, products, and services that can assist you with taking on the challenge of saving your marriage.

The ten things listed here are a place to start when you need an answer to your question, “save my marriage.”



  1. Ask yourself if the spark is still there. If you have fallen into a routine, a comfort zone, you are going to have to shake things up. There has to be a commitment to want to save your marriage. You may have to seek outside help or find resources for ideas and ways to recapture what you once had together.
  2. Is there communication? Second point to look at and ask yourself about is the communication. Is it good? How often do you say the following things to your partner?
    – How are you?
    –  How do you feel about us?
    –  What can we do together to make things right again?
    Notice that none of the phrases contained the word “I”. Make an effort every day to get to know your partner again, their thoughts, their feelings. Ask open-ended questions that will get you talking again.
  3. Look at your weekly routines and make changes.  If you have a guys’ night out and she has a girls’ night out, then choose one night that is just for you as a couple.
  4. Do something spontaneous, out of the ordinary! Suggest to your partner that you book a last-minute trip somewhere. When on the trip, don’t just lie around the pool, go out on boat trips, jeep safari or other thrill seeking adventures. Make it a fun and exciting time together.
  5. . Avoid being critical of your partner.  If you are constantly criticizing your partner then they will always be on the defense. Ok, so she has put on a couple of pounds since you married, chances are so have you.
  6. Don’t have arguments, have discussions.  It is completely untrue that arguments are good for a marriage. Discussions are better as each side can calmly put their point across and at the same time listen to the other. If you feel tempers are getting heated, explain you are walking away and will be back to talk when you have calmed down.
  7. Take the spotlight off yourself. Instead of saying I want to talk, rephrase it to, “Can we talk?” Start thinking like partners, who are working together like a team for the success of your relationship. And as partners the words, (we) (us) should be an integral  part of how you communicate.
  8. Are there any outside influences causing a change in the marriage? Did problems start when you changed jobs, moved to another house, made new friends? If there are any outside influences that you feel are causing a problem in your marriage, then get your feelings out into the open about it. Don’t keep unhappy feelings festering inside.
  9. Put yourself in your partner’s shoes. Think about how he or she feels. You want to go out tonight and he/she does not. Did they have a hard day at the office? Do they feel well? Would they rather do something else? Like watch a game, or cuddle in front of the television?
  10. Don’t just take. Remember give to your partner.  Taking for both partners is natural. Most people enjoy being on the receiving end of things. But, it’s like that old adage, “It’s better to give then receive.” Even if you don’t believe this, you know that when you give something to someone, it has a way of making  you feel good. And to the person that  you are giving something to, it makes them feel loved and appreciated by you.
    If you try the things above and it does not work out for you, don’t lose hope. There are other resources available to you. An independent view can often shred light on the issues that are causing problems in your marriage that you cannot see.

Can My Marriage Be Saved?

Posted Monday, May 27th, 2013 | Tagged in : Marriage Help, Save Your Marriage, Save Your Relationship | Get Your Ex Back By Admin


If you have had serious problems in your marriage, you are probably asking yourself the same type of question, which is, can my marriage be saved?”

There are certain factors that can indicate whether a marriage can be saved or not. The key factor is, do the two of you want to save your marriage?

When my wife cheated, I felt ripped apart. No way, I thought, could I forgive her. Nor love her again. I needed time to forgive. I needed time to think. And I needed time to heal. I could not may a quick decision based on how I felt at that moment. To me, the question, could my marriage be saved, was no. At that moment, my emotions were intense and out of control.

If your feelings are similar, you need to wait to sort through things, then decide what you should do. But no matter how critical the situation is, the answer to the question, “can my marriage be saved?,” will have to be determined after you have had enough time to assess the situation to decide what’s the best course of action for the two of you.

Look at the following statements. Select the one that best describes your feelings and thoughts about your wife or husband.

  1. Even though I was cheated on, I still love my wife. My family and closest friends told me to leave her. But their advice bothers me.
  2. didn’t spend enough time with my wife. I was busy working. And when I was home, I was preoccupied with other interests. Thinking back, I now know that I took my wife for granted. Not that it is an excuse for her unfaithfulness. But the way I treated her, contribute to her looking outside of our marriage.
  3. When I describe my husband I use words like “thoughtful”, “responsible”, and “considerate.” He’s also a good provider and helps me with the children. I realized that the positive words reflect how I really feel about him.
  4. Despite the anger and hurt I feel, I don’t want to give up on my marriage. I don’t want to end my marriage over a momentary indiscretion. At one time we were “crazy in love”. If I felt that way then, maybe I can feel the same way again.
  5. In a moment of intense bitterness I considered divorce. I did not even want to try to save my marriage. But after some soul searching, I couldn’t bring myself to get a divorce.
  6. If we are both willing to look at what went wrong in our marriage, to understand and make things better, then our marriage can become stronger.

Of course it won’t be easy to save your marriage. It may take professional intervention. It will take a lot of talking and listening. And you will need to make the effort to understand and have the patience to hang in here when things get tough. Nothing less than a commitment to your wife or husband will be needed to see the marriage through. Only then will you be able to answer the question, “can my marriage be saved?”

How To Keep A Happy Marriage

Posted Sunday, September 2nd, 2012 | Tagged in : Marriage Help, Save Your Marriage By Admin

Marriage can be something really special. You get to share everyday with the person you love. But, there are times when it can be frustrating and even exhausting. Here are some simple things you can do to help keep your marriage happy.

Listening to your wife or husband is a key element in having a successful marriage. When your spouse needs to speak to you, stop whatever you are doing and take the time to listen. Marriage is all about sharing  information and expressing how you feel with each other.  It’s important to listen when your partner speaks.

Trust. Most couples agree that trust is a necessity in marriage. Without it, everything that your wife or husband does is question by you.  To build a strong happy marriage, you must be able to pursue different interests and foster outside relationships with others. For this to take place, there has to be trust between you.

Communication helps you understand each other better. It doesn’t solve all your problems. But if the two of you are talking to one another there’s a chance that a solution can be found.

Admit Mistakes. Acknowledging that you made a mistake is not an easy thing to do.  Admitting to a mistake and saying you’re sorry is one of the hardest thing to do. Pride or ego has to be sat aside.  If you made a mistake, say so,  apologize and be done with it.  It’s an important thing to do in maintaining a happy marriage.

Don’t Compare Yourself with Others. Treasure what means the most to you. There may be times when seeing others who are more affluent make you feel badly, especially if you are struggling from one week to another trying to survive economically.  You must never allow jealousy or envy to creep into your mind, because of the success of others. Everybody situation is different.  Keep in mind that just because some married couple are well off financially, it doesn’t  protect them from not having problems. Treasure moments you have with your family.

Plan Your Finances. One of the most common causes that keep couples from having a happy marriage is finances. Mortgage payments, car installments, utility bills, credit cards, repairs, and a lot of other expenses can put strains onto a marriage. It is a good idea to spend time with your wife or husband in planning finances.   Keep track of where your money is going to control your spending as a couple. The two of you will be amazed at how much money you can save by tracking those dollars and cents.

Things You Can Do To Get Over An Affair

Posted Saturday, August 25th, 2012 | Tagged in : After An Affair By Admin

It can be devastating to discover the one you love has had an affair. The anger and hurt can overwhelm you, leaving you feeling utterly betrayed by the person who you trusted and gave your heart to.

After you experience being cheated on, you have to reclaim yourself from an affair. If you are going to continue your relationship, you must free your mind from the memories of it. If you decide to stay in the relationship you must determine the path forward of how to proceed toward making things whole again after an affair. Even if you decide to end the relationship, you must get over it.

Seeking a professional to help you work through problems and restore your relationship is recommended. But you need to accept responsibility in making important decisions about your life. It’s your marriage, and you need to take charge of it.

The effect that an affair has on a relationship is personal. There’s no formula that can be package into a solution that is guaranteed to keep the two of you together. It comes down to your love for each other and a commitment to save your marriage.

There are some time-tested things you can do to get over an affair that can work to save your marriage.

1.You must forgive.

No marriage can survive an affair unless there’s a willingness to forgive. If anger and bitterness take root and fester in an unforgiving heart, the marriage is destined to fail.

2. Seek help.

If you are open to outside help, you can get a qualified marriage counsellor who’s trained to work with couples in resolving their marital problems. There is also on-line resources you can download that offers help in the form of videos, audio, and e-books. This method is preferred by many for its affordability and privacy. Also, Spiritual guidance can be a source of help and comfort. Having someone to talk to and pray for you, can get you through a rough time. And there’s no substitute for loving friends and family, when you need support.

3. Be gentle to yourself.

Don’t blame yourself for your wife’s or husband’s infidelity. Each of us have to be accountable for the choices that we make in life. There are enough burdens  each of us have to carry. Don’t take on the blame for partner’s affair.

4. Let Go and Move On.

Don’t pick at and rehash the affair again and again. Let go of the anger and hurt. Like a sore that’s picked at, your relationship will become infected with the lingering effects of the affair, if you cannot or will not let go of what happened to you.

5. Do things that you enjoy.

Dine out with a friend. Take in a movie. Go on a trip to some place where you have been longing to visit. Listen to some music that you enjoy. Read a book that inspires you.

6. Take the time you need to get over an affair.

Don’t rush yourself into doing anything before you have had time to reflect and heal. Give yourself the time you need to ponder your choices, before deciding what you want to do about the affair.

7. Prepare yourself to say “good-bye”

After a lengthy period of time has passed, and you still haven’t got over the fact that your wife or husband had an affair, it’s time to say good-bye. If you are looking at your partner’s emails, sifting through his or her text and phone messages, then the trust is gone. It’s time to accept that the relationship has not been restored, despite your efforts. You have no emotional security nor stability in your marriage any more.  It is rife with suspicion and distrust. In order to obtain a sense of well-being, you need to be able to have the kind of relationship where you can love and trust again.

Getting over an affair isn’t easy. You tried. Sometimes staying in a relationship no longer works for you.

How To Repair A Broken Relationship After An Affair

Posted Saturday, August 25th, 2012 | Tagged in : After An Affair By Admin

For most couples, the worst thing that can ever happen to them is to find out that their partner had an affair. The relationship becomes strained. The pain of it can leave you with a sickening feeling. And the trust disappears. Thoughts of what to do consumes your time.  And there doesn’t seem to be any easy answers of what to do. Or how to repair a broken relationship. The hurt and anger causes you to badger your partner day and night about what he did to you . As time passes, you realize something has to be done in order for your relationship to survive your partner’s affair.

The information provided here offers some clear cut things you can do, if you are trying to figure out, how to repair a broken relationship.

Seek professional advice.

When you discover that your partner has had an affair, don’t just ranted about it. Throwing a fix isn’t going to change anything. Even though dealing with an affair is difficult, make a decision to do something about it. When something is broken it needs to be fixed, repaired. There are couples that can speak from experience, that getting a professional, helped them to determine how to repair a broken relationship.

Tell your partner about what’s really bothering you.

When trying to work through an affair, it’s important to be open and honest. Let your partner know how their infidelity made you feel. Try to get  him or her to really listened to what you have to say about the affair and its affect on you.

Talk about the “why”

The problem with talking is that one of you can go off into a tangent. Try to avoid this. Stay on topic. Make sure you know why your partner cheated. It is important to have an understanding as to why the person that you love had an affair, to restore trust again. Insist on complete honesty from your partner. It will help you deal with insecurities about the relationship.  It may be painful to hear the reasons why. But when you learn what they are, the two of you can resolve those reasons, and strive to move forward in your relationship.

Sincerely Apologize

Take responsibility for your actions. When you do something that hurts the one you care about, be a stand up kind of person and apologize. Don’t make excuses, saying, “I just couldn’t help it.” Don’t argue “it’s wasn’t my fault.” Acting this way, makes it seems like you don’t want to take responsibility for your affair. Let your partner know that you made a horrible mistake. And that you are deeply sorry for it.

Re-establish what you expect from each other.

Knowing and establishing what you expect from each other, defines your relationship. If yours is not an open relationship, that should clearly say to you, “I want you to be only with me!” There’s no wiggle room, when this is understood and accepted as something you both agree to. So after there’s been an affair, it’s important to go back over and re-establish those things you expect from each in your relationship.

Get to know each other again.

Take some time to romance your partner like when you first met. Get away to a spa together where you can soothe your senses with a scented hot bubbling jacuzzi bath. Take a relaxing massage. Cuddle up and watch a movie together. Take a stroll along the beach. Go back and do those things that first excited you about your partner. The things that ignited your love and made you feel you had the only person in the world for you. In time you will discovered, how to repair a broken relationship.

Convincing Your Wife Or Husband To Save The Marriage

Posted Monday, July 2nd, 2012 | Tagged in : After An Affair, Relationship Advice, Save Your Marriage By Admin


It is a fact, that if you are married, you will have problems to overcome. If the problems are serious,  and you have decided to work at keeping your relationship together, prepare yourself, it will not be easy in convincing your wife or husband to save the marriage when they want out.

To convince your wife or husband to save the marriage you must:

Accept responsibility: None of us are perfect! As the old adage says, “To err is to be human.” Acknowledging and accepting responsibility for the mistakes you made in your marriage can help resolve conflicts and hurt feelings. It shows your wife or husband that you realize that you contribute to the problems in your marriage.

Talk and Listen: Let your wife or husband know how you feel by talking things out. Use “I” statements. Don’t say, “You hurt me.” Instead say, I felt hurt.” Try to avoid saying “You” in an accusing tone or voice. Take the time to listen. Let your wife or husband tell you their concerns and how they feel. Be willing to listen to a different perspective about your marriage. Talking and listening to each other can create an atmosphere where it is easier for your efforts at convincing your wife or husband to save the marriage.

Seek Advice/Counseling: If you are a person of faith, you can seek the advice of your pastor. Ask that prayer be offered for the reconciliation between you and your wife or husband. If you prefer a secular approach to solving your marriage problems, you can seek out the advice of a professional marriage counselor. Approach the subject of marital counseling with sensitivity. Understand that your wife or husband may be unwilling to even consider counseling. They may feel pressured by you and think you are blaming the problems in your marriage on them. Don’t stoop to any form of manipulation by pleading with them. Don’t threaten to harm yourself, if they refuse to agree to attend marriage counseling with you.

Look After Yourself: Get the proper amount of rest to look and feel your best. Even though you are going through a difficult period in your life, don’t neglect to take good care of your health. Make sure you perform your everyday responsibilities. If it is necessary, get someone to help you with the issues you may be struggling to overcome.

Give it Time: Even though your wife or husband is not responding positively to your efforts, don’t lose hope. They just may need time to realize your commitment to the marriage and that it is worth saving. If the end result is that your wife or husband decides to continue the marriage, having had the patience to see things through, will make the waiting the best thing you ever done.

Five Key Elements On How To Save A Marriage

Posted Tuesday, June 26th, 2012 | Tagged in : Marriage Help, Marriage Made Easy, Save Your Marriage By Admin

In today’s world, more than 50% of all marriages end with divorce. Against such odds, it is a necessity for couples to learn how to save a marriage. When problems arise you must try to act in a calm manner to resolve the conflict between the two of you. It certainly won’t be  easy due to the intense feelings that occur in marriage. But if you take care of the basic issues that the two of you have,  there’s a good chance you can prevent the more serious problems from ending your marriage.  While there is no magic formula, you can join the many couples that have learned the key elements on how to save a marriage. 

Control your emotions.

Discuss issues when you and your partner are in a frame of mind to have a conversation together. It’s important for both of you to talk openly about what’s bothering you without being agitated with each other. When emotions are out of control you may say things in anger. Try to work out the issues between you amicably, where the two of you can reach a resolution you both can agree to. Realize you both will see things differently about the issues that affect you. It is not necessary to agree on everything. But you must be able to reach an understanding.

Continue to Talk.

When you marry someone you plan to build your life together.  If the two of you stop talking to each other it can create distance between you. After awhile it’s like two strangers living together.  When communication is lacking the two of you lose the intimacy and closeness that is a part of marriage. You must take time to talk about things. This is a key element on how to save a marriage. So leave the attitude that “if he isn’t talking why should I?” Don’t make the situation worse, by shutting out your partner with the silent treatment.  Talking things over is the best chance to resolve your problems.

Don’t beg your spouse to stay if they want to leave.

Crying and begging your partner to stay may annoy him or her.Your spouse may get turned off and say “That’s the reason I am leaving, you are too pathetic and needy”  Or they feel sorry for you and decided to stay for a while. But it is only temporary.  It is  no lasting solution to your  problems. Both of you must want to stay together. There can’t be pressured. If your wife or husband wants some time alone to think about things, give them the time they need. The time apart could have a positive impact on your relationship.

Don’t involve your family and friends in your marriage problems. 

If you want suggestions on what to do about your problems, consult a neutral party. Avoid talking about your marriage problems to your friends and family. It can cause resentment to build up. It is not a good idea to have friends and family choosing sides. It is okay to accept support from family and friends during difficult times in your marriage. But don’t want them being blamed or targeted with resentment by the other partner.

Seek marriage counseling for help.
If you need expert counseling don’t hesitate to seek it out. Be sure to check their credentials. Even if your partner refuses to go, you should attend the counseling session for what you can get out of it. It can provide you with guidance and support at a time when you need it the most.  It will be worth the effort just to come away with some answers on how to save your marriage.

Fixing Your Marriage Can Help You Live Longer

Posted Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 | Tagged in : Marriage Help, Relationship Advice, Save Your Marriage By Admin

Fixing your marriage is hard work. Not only do you have to repair the damage already done, you also have to learn how to safeguard your marriage for the future. You have to make changes in the way you communicate and connect with each other. And it  can also be tough on your budget. Couples therapy and couples coaching can cost hundreds of dollars. The alternative is relationship help books and online help, these methods can be much more cost-effective at fixing your relationship.

So why fix your relationship? According to one study, it can actually help you live longer.

Published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, the study found that divorced individuals are 27 percent more likely to die than married people. In fact, according to the study, married people life expectancy is better when compared to individuals that are widowed or have never been married. The results? You guessed it! Married people, overall, have a longer life expectancy than all of them.
Another study estimated the amount of time that married people can expect to live than their single friends. Researchers found that married men could live between 8 to 17 years longer than their single friends. Married women were expected to live between  7 to 15 years longer than their single counterparts.

But why?

One reason is, married couples are often have better benefits. They have a higher income level. Married couples are also likely to encourage each other to eat better, to exercise and to go to the doctor. Married couples also tend to take fewer life-threatening risks than single people, this is especially true in regards to single men.

So, this is all great news for married couples, right? Yes and no. It is good because it does indicate that there is value in marriage. But, there aren’t any studies on how an unhappy marriage can affect health and life expectancy. If there were, it is certain that life expectancy and the health of the unhappily married, would adversely affect them.

undefinedStress, depression and anger are all bad for your health. These things are all felt in an unhappy marriage. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Many couples who  start experiencing struggles and lose the connection with their partner, simply throw their hands up in the air and see divorce as the answer. Others claw at their partner in an attempt to reconnect. But this usually drives them further apart. There are better ways of fixing your marriage or relationship. The benefits to your health and life expectancy is worth it.

A good marriage provides love, acceptance, and companionship. These are just a few of the things to living a longer healthier life. To enjoy these wonderful advantages of being married, is just the icing on the cake. At Mr Marriage Saver, you will receive support and find resources in the form of articles, products, and services that will provide you with answers to help you build and maintain a lasting marriage.