Never Marry Someone That Views Them-Self as Doing You a Favour
As the title of this article says – Never marry someone that views themself as doing you a favour or taking a step down. If you do, they will make sure that they spend the rest of the marriage getting their “compensation” and the whole time they’ll have no empathy because they will think that you’re the “lucky one”.
I’m not an expert in these things just an underpaid graphic artist so I wanted to share my feeling with you people. There are lots of selfish people out there that constantly need their ego fed daily.
A MISTAKE REPEATED MORE THAN ONCE IS A DECISION, move on if you don’t feel LOVED. When we fall in love we start making future plans but remember if plan A didn’t work the alphabet has 25 more letters.
Don’t worry about love because you will know when it’s right; we all have that gut instinct about our heartfelt emotional feelings, so learn to trust it; sometimes you need to be alone and have a serious conversation with your heart.
When you allow the wrong people into your heart things can and will go missing like joy, happiness, peace, love…Yes, people steal those things too and move onto their next victim.
If you’re currently in a relationship you will know it won’t always be fun and joy, from time to time you WILL say or do things to hurt your “other half” and they will too.
I remember arguing at school over something silly and our maths teacher taught me a simple lesson I adopted into any relationship I’m in; he said “2+4=6 but so does 5+1 so the way you do things is not the only way, so respect other people’s way of thinking.
Apologizing first does not mean you’re wrong and they are right, it just means that you value your relationship more than your ego.
Not everyone who is single is lonely – Not everyone who is taken is in love
If you’re married and feel the romance is fading from your marriage there are ways to get it back, see the following information below.
Schedule a date night
Heard this advice before, haven’t you? Sure, it’s be great to go out to a fancy restaurant once a week, but there’s a budget to keep and children to watch. Who has the money or the time? Well, you probably do if you use a little imagination. Are you on a tight budget? Stay in and make a gourmet meal together. Cant find a sitter? Try swapping children with other parents you watch theirs on Friday night and they watch yours on Saturday night.
Spice up your lovemaking
Even when you’re truly in love, romance tips for the bedroom tend to fall by the wayside when you’re trying to deal with everything else that goes on in life. If you feel the passions faded a little, put some real effort into reviving it. Take some time to actually talk about your turn ons and desires. Sometimes just a book on love-making ideas can be enough to get your motors running again.
Audit your behavior
For some reason, it seems the more familiar we become with someone, no matter how much we love that someone, we tend to forget our manners around them. We end up criticizing, nagging, and taking them for granted. Its not comfortable to admit, but most of us develop a few bad habits overtime. That’s why it can help to take a cold, hard look at how you treat your spouse and work on less-than-loving behavior that might be killing the romance.
Have real conversations
Find you have nothing to say over dinner other than; Hows the roast? or worse, can’t think of anything to say at all? If so, make talking to each other again a top priority PDQ. Remember, for those in love, romance tips that are effective don’t always on the roses and candlelight part. The foundation of romance is emotional intimacy, open conversations about the things that really matter.
Both common sense and sociological studies hold that the more each partner invests in the marriage, the more they generally get out of it. When one partner freely expresses their love, it sets off a cycle of giving and giving-back between you that’s hard to hold back.
The nice thing is that it only takes one partner to kick off the cycle. You just want to make sure you don’t get stuck in the position where you’re being taken advantage of or feel resentment if you don’t get as much in return.
If you’re starting to feel like the average chicken soup has more romance in it than your marriage does right now, its time to do something about it. A dull spell can lead to serious marital problems all too quickly. So, if you want to keep alive your love, romance tips like the ones above are a good place to start.
p.s Have you ever watched a movie more than once and saw sometime you missed the first time, well read this article again from top to bottom.
I’m out!!!…. I hope this helps someone.
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