A RELATIONSHIP expert revealed how he saved his marriage before it ended terribly.
This simple trick could actually help plenty of couples.
Drew Daniels, who shares plenty of advice for couples, said that all he needed to do was put his phone down.
"The quality of my marriage has probably improved 60 to 75 percent in the last month simply because I made a random decision to engage with my wife in meaningful conversation for 30 to 40 minutes per day, instead of being on my phone and putting my brain through a microwave," he admitted in a video.
Following his "shocking" revelating, many women took to the comment to support him.
One wrote: "I’m truly glad you made this change but the fact that men have to 'discover' this while women are practically BEGGING for emotional connection."
A second one shared: "If this doesn’t show you that women literally just want you.
"No one cares about money or any of that s**t! Just YOU."
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And a third added: "meaningful. that's the ticket.
"Sometimes I want to sit down and talk like adults instead of everything being a joke."
Previously, another relationship expert revealed that if your man says he's just friends with the woman you're worried about, he might already be cheating.
Cory Skonlnik, 33, took to social media to claim the phrase "She's just a friend" is a huge red flag.
He claimed that when anyone uses this phrase it means: "I keep this person around as a backup for whenever I get bored.
"They may replace you if you leave. In fact, they may already be acting as a valuable side piece to me.
"If you complain about my shady behavior with this person, I'll make sure you seem like the controlling one."
Many actually took to the comment section to agree with him, with one person writing: "If this person was really just a friend, she would understand his boundaries and respect his relationship."
A second claimed: "I learned that if another person isn't introduced by name, only as a 'friend', stay vigilant."
And a third spoke from true experience, saying: "Yep, and his 'friend' is now his wife after I left when I caught them cheating."
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