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"If you're no longer spending any time together, if one or both of you is spending all your time at work, with friends, online—and if feels like a relief not to be with each other—it's a sign that you've already disengaged from the marriage."Some marriages encounter damaging, seemingly insurmountable problems—such as infidelity, the loss of a close family member, or a long sexual drought—and rebound from them.

"If you're no longer spending any time together, if one or both of you is spending all your time at work, with friends, online—and if feels like a relief not to be with each other—it's a sign that you've already disengaged from the marriage."Some marriages encounter damaging, seemingly insurmountable problems—such as infidelity, the loss of a close family member, or a long sexual drought—and rebound from them."You can't go anywhere like that." A good rule of thumb: If it's been a year with no progress, it may be time to call it quits.One of the most important aspects of a healthy marriage is mutual respect, says Savage.When that's gone—when one partner consistently feels dismissed, rejected, and condescended to (and the other partner doesn't see it or refuses to talk through it), you're in a bad place."Marriages that reach this place are toxic—you're no longer civil, and all discourse is either attacking or defending."It may sound hokey, but it's true: In healthily humming-along marriages, both partners work as a team on everything from parenting to running the household to supporting each other in career and personal ambitions.

"If you've both started moving in completely separate orbits, or if you're not working together on day-to-day issues, it's a sign of serious trouble," says Savage.

Infidelity is an enormous hurdle for a marriage to overcome, but just ending the affair is not enough, says Kaye.

For a marriage to fully get past adultery, the unfaithful half of the couple cannot maintain a "friendship" with the former lover.

No matter what he or she says about the innocence of such a relationship, "nothing good can come out of it," notes Kaye.

A major part of marriage involves trying to fulfill your partner's needs while also making sure your own needs are met.

It's a lifelong dance, a give-and-take, and it requires constant communication.