Marriage Monday Tip #3 Don’t let romantic relationships from the past resurface in the present on Facebook or other social media platforms. This jeopardizes the trust in your marriage and can lead to some serious problems. Have a fabulous week!
As a wife, I not only want to be loved by my husband but to also feel cherished. I love it when my husband compliments, touches, and shows me affection in various ways. Every wife loves it when her husband pays attention to her and loves to hear her husband say these words: "You look... Continue Reading →
Marriage Monday Tip #2 Show your kids that your marriage is important and also comes before them: When your kids see the devotion and respect you have for each other, their sense of security will increase. Being in a stable home will promote stability for their future families. Have a fabulous week!
Here are 5 important things to discuss with your intended before you tie the knot. The Past - Start your marriage with honesty. Be transparent with your soon-to-be spouse. Clear up any problems that has the potential to resurface in the future. Ask each other questions... know who you are marrying. Be sure to discuss... Continue Reading →
We've just hit the 200 followers milestone! Thank you for reading and following my blog, friends. Here at loftforum I write short,helpful articles for individuals, wives, husbands, engaged couples, newlyweds and parents. If you would like to see a particular topic discussed on this blog please send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you enjoy... Continue Reading →
Our words have so much power. We say them and can never take them back. We can never call back the hurt or anger they may have caused. Do we ever really think before we speak? We know we should..but do we ever take that extra step? In those first few years after being married,... Continue Reading →
I've often said that it's the little things that couples do for each other that counts towards keeping a happy marriage. Of course the big things count too, I wouldn't refuse to count a weekend getaway to NYC! Doing small things with or for your spouse lets them know that you are thinking about them.... Continue Reading →
Why is complimenting your spouse an important element of having a successful marriage? 1. Intimacy Stays Ignited - After some time, couples can take each other for granted. Giving compliments lets a spouse know that what they are doing or how they look is being noticed. Giving a simple or poetic compliment can work to... Continue Reading →
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There are many opinions about what actions or behaviors show love. Share yours in the comment box below! Think: What do you do that makes your spouse feel loved? What does your spouse do that makes you feel loved?
"Why can't women just say what they mean?" Many men have asked this question. Why does it seem that women say one thing but mean something else? This causes frustration, anger, and sometimes tears. The truth is that while men use a very direct form of communication, women use many forms of indirect communication. She... Continue Reading →
Is sex important? Absolutely! Marital sex is one of the most important part of our lives! Yet, we don't talk about it as often as we should. People tell jokes about it, love to see it in movies, or read explicit scenes in books but hardly talk about the appropriate kind of sex. Why is... Continue Reading →
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One of the things that we as human beings struggle with on a daily basis is time. It seems to be our enemy..it just keeps on going while we're not looking. Many couples desire to invest their time into their marriage but just don't know how to do so. With young children, job schedules, errands,... Continue Reading →