Friday, August 27, 2010

Attend Church With Your Spouse

Let us not neglect our church meetings, as some people do, but encourage and warn each other, especially now that the day of his coming back again is drawing near. Herbrews 10:25

In joining with believers of like mind on worship, not just soul food again, their marriage will be strengthened too. These are just some of the profit that offers assistance to the church after a pair that say "I do."

Attending Church:

• Provides spiritual instruction and guidance
• Turn your thoughts to the truths of Scripture.
• Bring the light areas of your life that may be contrary to Christian doctrine.
• Develop your sensitivity and spirit of participation in the life of others.
• Provides outlets for ministry and participation in the life of others.
• Focus your attention on the majesty of God through worship and prayer.
• It empowers you and your partner through the development of personal faith in God.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Agree to Disagree

We all live under the same sky, but not all have the same horizon.

Few issues deserve a long-running feud or a heated debate with your partner.
It's best to accept simply that they may not see things from your spouse's point of view at times and vice versa. Perhaps their differences of opinion about a center of political view point or a philosophical position. Even the most perfectly matched couple should not expect to see eye-to-eye on everything.

When the disagreement surfaces, ask yourself: Is this a case which can never agree? Could this disagreement have a significant impact on our relationship? Is it worth the conflict that our relationship would have to endure? Some battles are worth fighting. Others are not. Pick your battles carefully.

Don't make mountains out of molehills.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Block Waiting Time on your Calendar for an Appointment with your Partner

The downside of this world is the good habits are much easier to give up that bad.

Before you can access all other appointments in your weekly schedule, book a standing date night with your partner. Schedule this time like you would any important business meeting. Free nights rarely or never appear magically. If the schedule or a bank account cannot be a weekly date, will provide a monthly commitment. If it is almost impossible to pencil in a date movie on Friday, consider a date Saturday morning breakfast at your favorite restaurant or a Sunday afternoon stroll in the park or mall.

Once you have decided by mutual agreement at the earliest convenient time and place, religiously watch this important appointment. Do not let anything or any one to squeeze this time.

This is important to relationship because continuing to date after marriage helps keep the romance alive.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Just Say No!

"Learn how to say No" Does your mouth every time you do, while your heart is screaming no? Being assertive is sometimes viewed as insensitive, cruel or selfish. However it remains to be honest and fair. Your time and your needs are as important as any other person. This does not mean that their "borders" should prevent you ever out of your way for someone else. It just means do not let anger and frustration in trying to build up to a self that never should have been said in the first place.

Procrastination, forgetfulness, doing work halfhearted or backing out at the last minute are often just ways to say no setback. So be considerate and just say no up front. This will also prevent you to get someone disappointed by saying "yes" but deep inside it's a "no."

Say no, so you can say yes to things that are most important to you.

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