When we decided to write this post, we already anticipated that some people will disagree with a few of these 10 commandments. But then again, these are perhaps the same people who struggle with problems because they don’t follow these commandments. If you decide to follow them, be aware that your marriage/relationship will change for the better. Here they are: Continue Reading
We can’t describe how happy we are every time someone who was waiting and praying for their love life, at long last starts dating. It is an exciting time where there is a transition from being alone to finally having someone. All of a sudden there are new possibilities, you start planning your wedding in your head, and you wake up every morning excited, and for some reason the birds seem to sing just a little louder and sound more beautiful now.
It’s a shame to see that many couples don’t have a fighting chance of making their marriage work because of their own arrogance.
We can often see that some of the problems that couples argue about are really simple and logical to solve. But because no one wants to back down from an argument or own up to their mistake, the environment at home just keeps deteriorating.
Unfortunately many people don’t see how arrogant and proud they are, and think that their partners are to blame for most of the relationship’s problems. To prove this, just ask most couples who in the relationship has the highest percentage of improvement to do so the relationship can work, and almost every single time the husband will blame the wife and vice versa. Continue Reading
Before we proceed with this post, let’s look at what the urban dictionary says a Casanova is:
Casanova - A smooth-talking charmer who has mastered the art of finding, meeting, attracting and seducing beautiful women into the bedroom. Once he accomplishes his goal, he leaves the woman in fear of having a relationship and proceeds to find his next conquest. Continue Reading
It’s amazing to see the ability that men and women both have to completely misinterpret what the other one says sometimes. Actually, sometimes we completely twist what we heard the other person say in our heads and give it a completely different meaning. Continue Reading
Our mind is inherently selfish. This is something that is part of the human being, and with the passing of years this has become increasingly worse. We see so called “relationship experts” driving home the message that you have to see what you can get out of a relationship and making people respect you and love you, but you hardly see anyone talking about giving more of yourself.
As promised from our previous post, here is the most important part of communication: Continue Reading