a few hubs are there already.. However all of us has one or other piece of advice that we may not be keen to create hub about... Well you can add here
Any one advice that you think is most important and would create a big difference in a married relationship.
I have a hub on this and some question/answer trail however would love to hear from those who do not have a hub who missed posting that killer advice in hubs.
Maintain respect for your partner as their own individual person who has chosen to team up with you on this exciting journey. I mean this as opposed to viewing your spouse as a work-in-progress; something to be molded, improved, and changed to suit your fantasies.
Learn how to communicate better.
Never find fault in your partner, instead, show them how they can improve.
Try to see things from your partner's view, to better understand where they are coming from.
Never continue an argument past a day. Resolve it or admit it must be nothing important.
Never bring up past issues unless they are occurring again - the past is the past.
Never expect a person to be more than they were when you first met them.
Never cheat - break up - it causes so much less pain in the end.
Never have a backup plan. You're totally into someone, or you're not. If not, allow them to move on.
Don't ask for respect - earn it.
Give as much as you would like to receive.
Never EVER say anything to belittle your partner, as it belittles your own self for being with them.
If you pull back your hand to slap your partner in the face, take a moment to change the trajectory to your own - as you surely deserve it for even considering such an act.
First, and foremost, always remember that your partner is his/her own person. They can't read your mind. They will make mistakes, and as long as they are honest mistakes you can forgive them. Realize that you, yes even you, will make mistakes. Learn to forgive yourself. There will be times when you can't stand each other. The best thing is to realize how much you love and need each other, and you can weather any storm.
One of the biggest reasons my wife and I have stayed together is because in 21 years we never went to bed mad even if it took all night to figure things out.
Face the same direction... not each other.
DON'T yell or scream at each other--TALK to each other if an issue comes up between you.
My husband and I have had a wonderful marriage of almost 21 years now, and not once have we ever raised our voice at each other.
'Course, it helps that we really, really do enjoy being together...
Spice up the sex life...
Heck, I don't know why I'm on this forum...I'm only 17!
I should probably have added..."and unmarried"... on the end of that
communication, no secrets good sex that is totally mutual, and a little help around the house would help
guess that is why I am not married.
Step outside the day-to-day drudgery and look at your partner as if you are crushing on them and wishing to be with them, as you once did. Now, if you are looking over at a chubby hubby picking his nose you may want to choose another time to practice this one.
Anyhoo, it's good to remember the qualities that attracted us initially and to praise said attributes thus encouraging the partner to display them more often. Sometimes I think people in long-term relationships feel that they are just fulfilling a role and not being honored for the unique individual that they are. This can make outside affection and attention all the more desirable.
Play dress-ups on the weekend.
Use good scripting.
"Do you come here often.?"
Very lucky Devina!
Sad to say my advice would suck right now. Hubby has been on furlough for 5 weeks and I'm quite sick of him
However, we've been married 20 years and I say stick it out through the tough times & always say I love you before you go to sleep.
http://hubpages.com/hub/WHAT-YOU-DONT-K … RPRISE-YOU
I wrote a hub about it just now...not porn and not vulgar...
Imagine yourself broke and miserable -- that's what divorce will do for a marriage. Hey, sticks are always stronger motivators than carrots, even if you're using the carrots creatively in the bedroom. I'm not joking!
LMFAO on the floor.....
hey, someone did a hub on orgasms...how the hell is my stick figure hub any worse....it's much milder in my opinion!
I think I can read what's on your mind married women. hehe
Know the BEST and WORST side of your partner, attitude-wise.
a LOT worse is said on hub pages...this is helpful and inforative and not sleazy....
by artificialhaze 9 years ago
I am sick and tired of hearing the same old advice given to your girlfriends. I hate hearing how they should stay in a relationship for stupid reasons. Why is that people think they know whats best when they dont even have a clue?
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