10:9 "Therefore what God has joined together,
let not man separate."
2:24 For this cause a man shall leave his father and mother,
and shall cleave to his wife;
and they shall become one flesh.
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Well Do You Know Your Partner?
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Marriage Tips and
Getting married is easy. It's fun, it's a big party!
Staying married.....now that's another matter!
- I choose to Love my husband/wife
- I choose to have fun and be joyful with my spouse
- I choose to be patient with my mate
- I choose to be kind to my mate
- I choose to please my mate
- I choose to have self control in our relationship
- I choose to forgive my mate
- I choose to honor my mate
- I choose to trust my mate
- I choose to be understanding to my mate
- I choose to grow with my mate
- I choose to encourage my mate
- I choose to help my mate
- I choose to be truthful to my mate
- I choose to be faithful to my mate
- I choose to be unselfish with my mate
- I choose to be hopeful with my mate
- I choose to speak in love to my mate
- I choose to be my spouse's mate the rest of my life!
- Learn to exit the argument. Successful couples know how to
exit an argument. Happy couples know how to repair the situation
before an argument gets completely out of control.
- changing the topic to something completely unrelated;
- using humor; stroking your partner with a caring remark ("I
understand that this is hard for you");
- making it clear you're on common ground ("This is our
- backing down ( you have to yield to win)
- and, in general, offering signs of appreciation for your partner
and his or her feelings along the way
- (If an argument gets too heated, take a 20-minute break, and agree
to approach the topic again when you are both calm. When a
heated discussion is going nowhere, call for a time-out.
- Seek help promptly. Turn to God and ask Him for a strategy
to overcome your problem.
- See the problem as an Opportunity for God to perform a miracle.
"Couples that pray together stay together".
|When couples try to read the mind of their partner they
generally guess wrong. This is especially true in couples who
argue a lot. The individual who tries reading the mind of their
partner often assume they know what their partner is feeling and
thinking. These assumptions are often in error and create more
problems. Individuals who expect their spouse to read their mind
are asking for trouble and playing an unfair game.
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