What does it mean to be codependent on your spouse? And what are the warning signs you are slipping into a codependent marriage pattern? Read on to find out.
Transactional relationships present a business aspect marked by expectations and reciprocation and some convenient arrangements.
If you feel responsible for your partner’s behavior and emotional state or see your relationship as the sole focus of your life, learn how to overcome codependency and live a wholesome life
Commitment in marriage is like eating the same food for years until you die. After all, marriage is a lifetime commitment. How does one not get bored of it? How does one not crave other options? “It’s difficult but worth it” is the answer you hear from people who have honored marital commitment for years,
To learn to leave and cleave is one of the most important things a couple can commit towards to achieve happiness and peace in marriage. To leave and cleave means to leave your older family which is the one with one’s parents and attach yourself to or cleave to your spouse, allowing the couple space and control over their own lives to build a tighter bond.
Do you look back at the honeymoon phase of your marriage and wonder where did those days go when you couldn’t keep your hands off each other? Instead of lamenting over the lost spark, why not take matters into your own hands and impress your husband in ways that will make him see you in
Your husband is one of the most important people in your life. The one you love with all your heart and share your dreams, hopes and life with. When you kneel before your God, seeking his blessings, you’d want to ask the same for your life partner too.
Husbands often have annoying traits ranging from something banal like refusing to take directions to something serious like being sarcastic and belittling. But one of the most unbearable of the lot is being stuck with the realization that ‘my husband thinks he does nothing wrong’.
As long as you’re bound by the bond of love, the spark in a marriage can be revived. The onus of it shouldn’t fall squarely on your spouse. You too can – and must – take the initiative to go the extra mile and attract your husband all over again.