I know you never argue, but somehow A (Alexandra) and I seemed to stumble upon disagreements frequently enough to have had to call a “family sit down meeting” (more than once) to talk about how we each want to be treated whenever disagreements arise. It’s funny… I figured people who had a good marriage either
I love vacation. Warm beaches, time-off where you can disconnect from the never-ending checklist and always full email. There’s something about getting away for a stretch of time to recharge your inner batteries to breathe a little slower and a little deeper.
Just so you know–I write, to learn. My curiosity of how to have a good relationship drives me to seek out truth. I’m no expert; just merely curious. And I’m curiously amazed that a consistent date night with my wife has understatedly revolutionized our marriage. In other words; we’re a lot freaking happier now. I
I just may be the master of not saying things the way I intended to. I’m sure you can relate. You say something one way, it’s misunderstood, and taken another way.
I was engaged within 3 months of dating, and married on the 8th month of our “will you be my girlfriend” anniversary. So, don’t mistake this advice as an endless courtship that takes war strategy to figure out. This is simple. Pay attention to the strengths & weaknesses of who you’re with, and don’t brush
Our lives are short. Like, short-short. We don’t know if tomorrow comes, we only have the very present space that we’re living in right now. It’s scary how little time we have on earth to share the love with the people we surround ourselves with, especially our life partners.
It’s easier to roll over and pretend nothing’s wrong … it’s better to deal with the issue so you can start out tomorrow right. Here’s 4 reasons why you and your spouse shouldn’t go to be upset!
Has your significant other ever said something and it got under your skin? I know you’ve probably never done this … just them ; ) Personally–I’m tired of those arguments where you really don’t know what you’re bickering about. So I began to pay attention to the words Alexandra and I used before a argument
You know what–I wouldn’t have learned some of my hard relationship lessons about who I am and who my wife is if there wouldn’t have been a strong conflict. I don’t think your life should be lived in conflict; that’d be awful. But honestly, sometimes you just have to get out what you’re thinking &
I’ve done it. You’ve done it. Every relationship that’s ever existed has done it. I know–I’m making it sound a bit dramatic, but you know that having a good relationship comes at a price. It really takes you and your significant other each giving 100% to let go of the endless cycle that every other