Sweeping your true feelings under the rug does not mean that a situation is resolved. At some point, your feelings will resurface and has the potential to cause some damage to your relationship. Take a look at our Move Past the Past article.
It's hard to move on from past hurts. Here are some tips that can help: 1. Express your feelings of pain or take responsibility for your actions if you are at fault 2. Make the choice to move forward and come up with a plan that minimizes the chance of the situation reoccurring 3. Forgive... Continue Reading →
Focus on the present joys that you have. Meditating on past hurts/circumstances will only hinder the enjoyment of what you have now and will have in the future.
Both love and sex must be present for a successful relationship. Through sex, a couple deepens their love, deepens their emotional connection, and builds trust. Check out our article and audio on: The Naked Marriage
When love is present in a relationship, sex is more meaningful. This brings about a sense of fulfillment from the experience because both physical and emotional needs are being satisfied.
Overcome discomforts by creating new experiences with your spouse. Try a new sex position or vary one you've already tried. Experiment, implement, and have fun.
Many couples find themselves in a cyclical sexual routine; each action can be predicted by either spouse. This can result in boredom. Surprise your spouse by doing something totally unexpected while having sex. After all, variety is the spice of life.
Celebrate the goals you achieved last year and discover new ones to work on together. If you didn't meet your goals for 2019, put a different strategy into action that will bring you closer accomplishing them.
Marriage goal setting tip: Do some personal reflection before you and your spouse actually begin setting goals together. By discussing your personal reflections first, you'll have a better understanding of what your relationship needs and what kind of goals you should both work towards.
Set short-term and long-term goals for your relationship. Goals are not just meant for finances but can be used to build up one of the greatest relationships you'll ever have!