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A Healthy Marriage Relationship Must Be Honored By All!

I was married for almost 10 years that ended in a divorce and looking back at what I know now, I would have done some things differently. I would have focused on our communication more and gotten to know her better when we were dating.

The marriage relationship takes two people who are like minded and mature. My ex-wife and I did not see things eye to eye almost from the start, yet I always hoped that we would grow together and work together on our marriage. 

  1. In your marriage relationship, do you need to always be right?
  2. Do you work together as a team or individual players?
  3. Are you good at forgiving?
  4. Are you good at apologizing?
  5. Is your marriage partner your best friend?
  6. In your marriage relationship, do you need to always be right?

The marriage relationship takes two people who are like minded and mature. My ex-wife and I did not see things eye to eye almost from the start, but we worked hard to try to keep the marriage alive even though she gave up on us because she wanted to find herself, yet I always hoped that we would grow together and work things out in our marriage. If a marriage is centered on God and each other, the success of the marriage should be okay, but commitment, sacrifice, and teamwork need to be present. ~ Bill Greguska

 

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Principles That Will Help Any Marriage!

  • A happy wife is a happy life!
  • A happy marriage is the union of two people who can forgive.
  • Understanding the importance of headship and mutual submission in the Bible and your marriage? Ephesians 5:21-25
  • What are expectations about situations where one of you might be alone with someone of the opposite sex?
  • How are tasks shared in the home: cleaning, cooking, washing dishes, yard work, car upkeep, repairs, shopping for food, budgeting and paying bills, and other household concerns and responsibilities?
  • Have you shared with each other your fears, strengths, weaknesses, vulnerabilities, goals, desires, and plans?
  • When differences come up with each other, do you resolve them by talking them out or covering them with a rug and ignore them? In other words are you a healthy, loving, decent fighter?
  • Are you able to admit you might be or were wrong in any situation?
  • Can you agree to disagree in a loving way?
  • How do you decide the frequency of enjoying sex together?
  • Who does the checkbook—or are there two checkbooks?
  • Divorce or even the word divorce, should not even be spoken or an option to be considered! 

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