Don’t Take Your Marriage For Granted!
It’s easy to let your marriage become routine. You know, the same ol’, same ol’. But if you’re not careful, that routine can turn into taking your marriage for granted. And that’s a dangerous place for any marriage to be.
Sure, life gets busy. We all have our careers, our kids, our hobbies, and our personal commitments. It’s easy to let your marriage fall by the wayside when you’re juggling all of those other things. But if you want your marriage to thrive, you need to nurture it and cherish it. You need to work on it every day.
It sounds like a lot of work, but it’s worth it. A strong marriage is the foundation of a happy life. It’s worth putting in the effort to make sure your marriage is everything you want it to be.
Here are some things you can do to make sure your marriage is everything it should be:
– Talk to each other every day. This doesn’t mean you have to have long, deep conversations every day. Sometimes just checking in with each other about your day is enough. The important thing is that you’re staying connected and communicating regularly.
– Make time for each other. This one can be tough, especially if you have kids or demanding jobs. But it’s important to schedule time for just the two of you—time when you can focus on each other without distractions. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy; a movie night at home or a walk in the park or around the block will do the trick.
– Keep the romance alive. Yes, even after years of being together, you still need to make an effort to keep the romance alive in your marriage. Plan special date nights, write love notes, and don’t forget the little things that made you fall in love in the first place!
– Pray together. This is perhaps the most important thing you can do for your marriage. Ask God to bless your marriage and to help you both grow closer to Him and each other. Praying together is a wonderful way to deepen your connection with each other and with God.
A strong marriage takes work—but it’s so worth it! If you nurture your relationship and cherish your spouse, you’ll reap the benefits of a happy, healthy marriage. So don’t take your marriage for granted! Work on it every day, and watch it flourish before your eyes!
Pesa and Whitney Shayo
Live Your Best Marriage
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