The Ten Commandents of Marriage
Posted by truthpills on 2015/02/18
By Lynne Z. Gold-Bikin
Making your spouse the first priority in your life requires your attention.
This second commandment offers four tips on strengthening your communication skills–including the importance of listening.
Lynne’s third commandment suggests ways to get out of the house and get the alone time your relationship needs–without kids!
5 ways arguments can help build your relationship rather than destroy it.
Speak up, express your feelings and watch your relationship grow.
Don’t impose your pre-marital baggage on your new spouse.
Keep the derogatory comments to yourself and instead say something nice.
Rehashing past arguments will not make the current issue easier to resolve, it will in face make things more difficult.
With one commandment to go, the Ninth Commandment states that all relationships must find shared interests in order to survive.
Too often in a relationship, people forget about their own needs. The Tenth Commandment gives you that permission.