- Avoid giving each other the silent treatment, talk about everything.
- Sleep on the same bed, share the same bedroom (it is your “haven” your “save me” spot where privacy should be guaranteed)
- Avoid doing things or habits that your husband/wife seriously dislikes.
- Listen when you are being spoken to, do not interrupt while your husband/wife is speaking to you because you know better or you are angry.
- Work out your problems privately, if you need help from an outside party, agree together who that trusted person will be.
- Be honest at all times to ensure trust is maintained, do not allow your husband/wife to believe something that is not true by staying silent.
- Go out together, get out of the house and do special things together that would build healthy memories and add colour to your lives.
- Forgive your husband/wife when they have done wrong.
- Study the word of God together; pray together.
Try these tips and watch your marriage flourish!!!
(To be continued…..)
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It is Sunday afternoon, the weather is a bit overcast. I am sitting in my living room with my laptop on my lap thinking about marriage. The thoughts that came were quickly penned to paper, with a hope to expanding them later.
As I browsed the internet, my eyes connected with this lovely poster on Pinterest and I fell in love with it immediately; it makes practical sense. It is never healthy for your marriage when either or both of you begin travelling in your own lanes. It is a selfish and lonely road to travel. As the poster says, we must find points of intersection and connection. Marriage is all about growing together! Good stuff! Note the hash tag on the poster. 🙂
Feel free to send your feedback on this cool poster.
I always desired a family, it was my “little girl into teenaged years” dream. I anticipated that one day, I would have a successful family (of course I defined success how I saw it). Actually, I could say I bargained with God, that if I consistently acknowledged His existence and His power and if I accepted that he knew what was best for my life, He in turn would bless me with a great husband and a great family. I kept my end of the bargain and He kept his end of the bargain; he gave me a great husband and a great family. Continue reading “Investing in your family….”