Both of you have chose each other as lifetime partner. Respect and show appreciation for all the little things he or she does for you. Be encouraging and supportive, letting him or her know you always have his best interest at heart. Also, choose the right time to talk about issues.
In the initial newly wed months, Bret and I were shaken by our conflicting attitude towards marriage. Went through rocky times that tormented us so much we thought of giving up on each other.
My close friends taught me how to pray to God and miracles happened. Soon, Bret and I no longer let the evil voices destroy our marriage. We were determined to start afresh and learn to make right decisions to embrace this marriage with love and commitment. I saw his effort and I know he will always be there for me.
Spoken to many married individuals, be it male or female. The conclusion is always the same.
“Before marriage, a girl has to make love to a man to hold. After marriage, she has to hold him to make love to him.” – Marilyn Monroe
It is understandable … if the man is tired after a long battle of work…However, I feel really angry when I hear men especially fathers who cheat on their wives. By the time you know she had cried all night for you when you were out fooling around with people you might not even know, it might be tooooo late. Little children crying night after night, hefty legal fees to arrange seperation, remarry only to find the same problem arising and worst, incurrable disease.
There is always a heavy price to pay for every sinful action. He or she may not know now.. but you know what…
“I saw that – Karma”
So, run away from evil.