When you are married, your allegiance shifts from your parents to your spouse, and together, the both of you form your own entity of marriage. Listen and apply the leave-and-cleave principle in marriage.
One of the keys to a successful marriage is living out a shared life with your spouse—shared interests, shared moments, shared friendships. How far are you willing to go to intentionally grow together in your marriage?
Do you take the time to have deeper communication with your spouse? The secret is in practising the art of listening in your marriage.
Couples tend to drift apart rather than towards each other at the end of a long day. Choosing to intentionally connect with your spouse each day makes a world of difference in the strength of your marriage.
Positive communication can go a long way in marriage. If you want to ensure positive communication with your spouse, pay attention to the way you communicate to him or her.
It’s easy to see the flaws and weaknesses of those closest to us. The secret to a strong marriage, however, is in learning to complement your spouse through these two simple ways.