On the brink of a breakup, or see-sawing between reconciliation and separation?
Clinical psychologist and author Andrew Fuller joins The Daily Edition to share his practical tools to recharge your relationship.
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"Relationships are about the contribution we make to one another," Fuller said.
"When we connect with one another, when we protect one another, and when we respect one another, that's when we thrive.
"We are all in the care of one another - so making an active contribution to that makes a gigantic difference."
More time, not less
Fuller says couples need to spend more time together to rebuild their connection when things get stale, instead of spending time apart.
"Relearning your partner and having them relearn who you are is a powerful way to re-enchant yourself with one another," Fuller said.
"You can definitely fall back in love - and you should do it daily, if you can."
How not to get divorced
If you're on the brink of the divorce, then avoid begging or pleading, says Fuller.
"Try to remind the person who's making the decision what life is going to be like without you," Fuller said.
"That's the reality of divorce. So rather than bickering or pleading or trying to persuade, it's about moving away temporarily, and allowing them to think about what's good about you as well.
"If you're always there under their nose, the conflict just circles around."
This article originally appeared on 7News