Publisher: Titania Hudson
Series: Love Matters Series
Publication Date: November 09, 2015
Binding: Kobo eBook
Entering into a marriage is never a bed of roses. Romance, happiness, peace and a meaningful lifestyle are what many men and women seek in a life after marriage. Yet the aspiration to achieve these end results can only be achieved with the mutual support of married couples. In the absence of the main pillar of support - TRUST - in a marriage, your hopes for a life of happiness with the mate you are bound to, will never manifest if you don't strive to work towards the same goals as a pair.
So, be prepared to tide over the storms that might occur from time to time and rock the stability of your marriage. Fend yourself from the bouts of irrational jealousy and the feelings of distrust that surface when you are plagued with self-doubts and worries about your mate getting tempted by the pleasures of the outside world and the attractive people circulating in their inner circles.
Though many couples try to hide behind a veil of secrecy, hoping that the skeletons in their closet will never be exposed. Such discreetness only leads to fear, anxiety and erects a wall of distrust between you and your spouse. Harboring too many secrets within each other can hurt and even topple an almost perfect marriage in the making; After all, one of the most precious gifts of a fulfilling marriage is the ability to trust your mate almost wholeheartedly, even if it's not 100 percent—trust that he will be true to you emotionally; trust that she does what she says she will do; trust that he is the same person on the inside that he presents on the outside; trust that she has your best interest in mind.
This creates safety, security and a deeper capacity to love - the most critical ingredients for a perfect relationship recipe. So, quit feeling resigned and take a hard look at ways to save your crumbling marriage with an open mind and renewed vision. If you truly love the person you chose to marry right from the beginning, there's no way you will ...