Three Simple Tips to a Happier Marriage
Three Simple Tips to a Happier Marriage. Whether you’ve been married six months, or you’ve been married for a while longer,we all need to do the things that keep the connection strong. It doesn’t take much at all to begin drifting apart. Naturally, things will go south on their own. The opposite is true for staying close. Here are three simple tips to a happier marriage.
Always Remember You’re on the Same Team
No one is happy all the time. No one’s marriage is on great terms all the time. Disagreements will occur, and it’s pretty easy to begin thinking your spouse doesn’t have your best interest at heart. Try as much as possible to get into the habit of remembering that the two of you are on the same side. You’re friends. When friends have a misunderstanding, they are usually not as quick to blame and get upset as much as a married couple. Stop fighting one another and start fighting to save your marriage before resentment takes over.
Focus on what makes Your Spouse Irresistible
Decide which are your three favorite qualities your spouse has. Of course, they have more than three, but think often of your three favorites. What are some of the things they did that made you want to get married in the first place? What are some of the things they still do that you are happy about? The person you’re married to has unique qualities, behaviors and attitudes that no one else has. Take pride in that. Everyone has flaws though, too. Married people who have the ability to focus less on flaws are the happier ones.
Take Time for a Hug Each Day
Physical touch for married couples is imperative, including non-sexual. It keeps the connection strong and can even help build a stronger bond. At least once a day, the two of you should hug as though your two friends who haven’t seen one another in a very long time. At our house, my husband usually gets up about an hour before I do. When I go to the kitchen to start getting my breakfast, he walks over and gives me a hug. It gives me a great start to my day, and it reminds me that he’s my best friend. I totally recommend this to everyone.
In closing, I genuinely want every couple to experience the bliss of being married. Anyone can start using this advice as soon as today. I hope these three simple tips to a happier marriage
will be found useful.