Functional and Strong Marriage

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How To Have A Strong Marriage?

There are many marriages out there have not seen happiness right from the time and day the couple said ’I do’’. The leading factor has to do with misunderstanding each other. There is always a call to action by both the male and the female when building a strong marriage. The only happiness in marriage should not be the very day both partners sat together in the limos heading for their wedding venue. Strong and happy marriage can go beyond this.

The best couples are those who have been able to build their marriage upon a strong foundation. Here in this article, I will take you through some of the steps on how you can build a strong marriage.

Celebrate Marriage

Marriage should not only be lived, it should be celebrated as well. To make this successful, both partners can decide to organize family and friends to join them celebrate each of their marriage anniversaries. This is meant to keep the marriage fire burning or rekindle it where the flames might have blown out.

Financial Compromise

To state the obvious, the absence of money sucks in marriage and may easily rock the strong foundations of the marriage. This is very common when the man has not secured a job after losing one. In order to stay aloft, the man has to secure a job fast but what happens when fast is not fast enough? The woman would need to come in handy. First, she should understand and empathize with her man during this trying time and in case she is employed herself, it doesn’t break a bone to chip in and pay the bills while the man is unemployed.

Showing Appreciation

Married couples should complement each other every day and the cause for the compliment doesn’t have to be a big achievement, it could be something as little as going for an early morning workout together. Ensure that every meaningful occasion is honored and gifts are given as a remembrance of the same. Say how wonderful you think your partner is and that you think they are the best thing that has ever happened to you. Remember, it is these little instances of appreciation that go a long way in helping cement those fragile walls of a marriage.