4 Strange Advice For Marriage That Work
Here are the 4 strange counsels for the wedding to work:
1. Take a deep breath during a discussion
High-quality marriages do not automatically succeed. Successful relationships require daily doses of weighting, patience, and wisdom. When these things are used, they tend to expel all strife from home.
However, when couples do not control their geniuses and actions, they are sadly taken by anger and harsh words, and that is the mark of many divorces.
Couples who have the ability to breathe deeply during a discussion tend to have dominion over themselves and also over the current problem. They choose words carefully and seek at their best to see the vulnerabilities of the situation, rather than seeking a culprit for the event.
For these couples, love is above their weaknesses and limitations, because of husband and wife, always walk together.
2. Never sleep without knowing what your spouse’s day and children were like
Couples with healthy relationships seek to find true happiness in the home in small things. They care about the well-being of each member of the family, they know how to see them, how they can listen to them. They are always present in the life of your family.
No matter how difficult a father’s or mother’s day has been, a successful marriage has strong and charitable couples who do not allow themselves to fall asleep without knowing how their spouse’s and children’s day was, for their love is matured, so it centers on each member of the family.
3. Do not make important decisions without the concept of your family
A successful marriage takes years to build but can collapse in seconds if it does not have a base. Just as in a building, a cornerstone is required to support all the foundations, and it is only after being defined and fixed that the other foundations can be defined, the same is true of matrimony. The cornerstone known as loyalty needs to be strong enough to bear all the weight that comes with the marriage.
Loyalty is required within marriage because it is a sacred responsibility, so all decisions must be made together. Spouses need to decide the small and big things that will affect the home in partnership, relying on one another’s opinion, for they both became “one” when they made their sacred vows.
4. Do not wait for death to come to love your wife and children
No matter how busy or how troublesome a couple’s life is, nothing is more important than loving who we have in life.
A spouse need not wait for the tragedies to come to understand that his family was the one he most needed to love. Because when people leave, they will not say goodbye.
I have recently been reading a publication of a dear person about the death of his mother. She said that her mother called her an ungrateful woman if she spent a Sunday without having lunch with her, but now her mother was being ungrateful for leaving without even saying goodbye to her.
Many people make the mistake of not loving enough, there are no limits to love, love is within the reach of those who seek it, but there are people too busy to seek or give it. They become absent from loving and being loved, so to some, it comes to divorce, to others old age and death to many.
In divorce, resentments and pain do not allow farewells. In old age, sometimes people suffer from mental decline and even loss of memory.
In death, this is the cruelest, because it does not allow farewells, does not care about the pain of who she is taking, let alone who is getting without the loved one.
So we need to not only say words of love to the people we have in life, we need to demonstrate that love, making them our top priority.