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Do you want to know how to eliminate the threat of an affair? Want to be in a relationship where the D-word won’t surface? (The D-word = divorce) Give me 12 minutes of your time and you’ll see what I mean.
Do you like your spouse? How do you show it?
Are you fond of your spouse? Do you admire your spouse?
Today we will talk about why it’s important to honor, respect and be kind to your spouse. Some of us take it for granted, but did you know that if you are fond of your spouse and show admiration, then the likelihood of contempt or an affair is DRASTICALLY reduced?
It takes conscious effort to set aside the flaws, annoyances and teeny, tiny criticisms of our beloved, but it can make or break your marriage over the long haul.
Please, no eye-rolling of public criticisms of your spouse. No one benefits.
One Reply to “Fondness and Admiration – YMMP003”
I enjoyed Marriage Coach Lynn’s topic Sharing fondness and admiration in marriage. She touched base on how pointing out the negatives and not focusing on the positives of our spouse’s qualities can’t hurt a marriage.
Open communication is important. Belittling our spouse, eye rolling, etc can be detrimental. Great tips from Lynn here.