Truth about marriage
The truth about marriage is that it usually begins with a big celebration.
Every one both the couples, family and friends are so full of hope with positive dreams about what gifts to give to the couple and almost forgot to think of how the future of the married couple would be like.
But. having a fabulous married life is not in the celebration or the gifts. There are so many things that are required of couples if they want to enjoy marital bliss.
And so it doesn’t matter if you are a newlywed or ‘old Ball ‘n’ Chain,’ understand that every marriage has its inevitable ups and downs.
Any marriage that doesn’t have some disagreements is probably accruing a lot of stuff, which is can explode sooner or later, so this post is just to show you how to work it out to get good results.
just like everything else in life, marriage also requires work, however, the type of work done in marriage is different from throwing the trash or fetching water up a hill, it is usually the little fun things we do every day that make up happiness in our marriage, not Rockey science!
What are those little things?
Here are them.
1) Always think the best for your relationship:-
Success comes from the mind. In Proverb 23 – 7. The Bible made it clear that “as a man thinks, so is he”. It’s clearly telling us that our life reflects what think in our mind.
That means you’ll only have a successful relationship if you think so, because, when your mind thinks well, the nervous system relates it to the other parts of the body, which starts moving towards achieving the goals.
Simply put, remove every negative thought whatsoever from your mind.
Only dream of things that will bring success to your family.
That’s when you’ll have it.
2) Be independent:-
being Independent is ‘extremely important’ in a marriage. To be happy in any relationship begins with being happy with ourselves.
Having that in mind, you should do whatever it takes to be happy.
Do those things that make you happy, give yourself a treat and have some quality alone time.
The alone time not only helps us to reunite with our inner man, but it also gives us the opportunity to establish ourselves, and check how far we are making progress with our goals and dreams.