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Building a Solid Foundation is Critical for Your Marriage

Posted February 5, 2012 by in Articles | No comments yet

A fact that many married-to-bes often tend to laugh off is that you can’t live on love alone. Even if you think that you’re completely in love with your spouse, you need to know that feelings change in time and it won’t last forever, so your relationship will need to adapt in order for you to stay together. Knowing what to expect from marriage before you say your “I dos” can save you a lot of heartache as you go through life. The problems that you have before you even get married don’t just go away on their own just because you’re married now, so you need to work to get rid of them. Don’t fool yourself that you can change your spouse once your married or that marriage in itself will make everything right.

In today’s world, couples marry without thoroughly examining their true feelings or thinking about what could happen in the future. Some couples marry mere months after first meeting each other which certainly isn’t enough time to get to know each other properly. The reason that couples usually do this is because they figure that divorce will give them an easy way out if they run into trouble. After all, so many other couples are doing just that. Couples need to work on building a great foundation if they want their marriage to last a lifetime. About the time that the romantic love phase is passing into history, they realize they can’t stand being married any longer. By the time couples reach this point though, there are plenty of complications in their lives that keep them from getting divorced as easily such as children and finances that are tied together.

Couples with solid marriages know that they have to work on their relationships every day. A solid marriage helps dramatically in terms of keeping the family running properly since the marriage is the core of the family unit itself. Couples who went into marriage knowing the things about their spouses that were going to drive them crazy over the years, who expected the starry-eyed phase to end someday, and who knew that marriage wasn’t always going to be easy stand a far better chance of staying together for life

Anyone who knows about making a marriage work will likely state that communication is one of the most important factors. If you don’t talk to each other, you lose touch, even if you live in the same house. Couples need to spend quality time together, so even if you have a rather hectic schedule, you will still need to find time for your spouse. Don’t put your head in the sand regarding the issues in your marriage. You will likely only make the problems worse by ignoring them. Doc No. 34Sdlhgsdl -sds

Kristie Brown writes on a variety of topics from health to technology. Check out her websites on Save my marriage and Free marriage advice

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