In marriage you have to be always respectful of your partner, when an argument is about to blow up, (not that this will happen within you marriage of course :-))
Always remember that in a Marriage relationship it takes two ‘to tango.’ When one party is angry, the other should be understanding and not argue back. The calmer party should try to listen to the cry and the hurt behind the upset.
Marriage is a life long journey together. There should not be an EXIT sign within a marriage relationship (there are of course extinguishing circumstances). Often it is just too easy to end the relationship without really trying, when things do not seem to work out.
Marriage is hard work, a daily effort. Yet I guarantee you in the end it is worth the effort.
My wife and I have now been married for over 40 years and are more in love than ever. Our love has matured from a passionate lust to a deep, lasting love. How did we do it (as have so many other couples)?
Every relationship has its ups and downs. You have to work at your marriage.
As you walk through life together, you are bound to at times irritate one another. Little things that never bothered you initially might start getting on your nerves. That is normal. Your spouse is not perfect. Neither are you (well may be :-)) my spouse that is (just in case she reads this).
Marriage is about love. Love is about acceptance. Forgiveness, Respect, Acceptance, Tolerance.
As human beings we are tempted. Temptation is everywhere. Succumbing to temptation and having an affair could mean the end of a marriage, or at very least endangering it greatly. Always remember your spouse. Consciously stay faithful to protect your marriage.
Is being married easy? No it is not. But with hard work it will be well worth the effort!
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