If you see a married couple with no children don't always ask them "Guys when are you about to have some kids!" Be sensitive. You have absolutely no idea what is going on in their lives and what Allah has written for them. Even though you mean well, just be sensitive to their situation. Please SHARE to remind others
The tone of your words will set the tone of your marriage. Your words have the power to build up your spouse or to tear them down, so choose to be your spouse's biggest encourager; not their biggest critic.
If you see a married couple with no children don't always ask them "Guys when are you about to have some kids!" Be sensitive. You have absolutely no idea what is going on in their lives and what Allah has written for them. Even though you mean well, just be sensitive to their situation. Please SHARE to remind others.
In marriage, you will win every battle if you fight it together and you will lose every battle if you fight it against each other. In good times and bad, remember that your spouse is always your partner and never your enemy.
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Over time, spouses become so close to each other that it is almost as if they can read each other's minds. They develop a secret langauge which is often silent, and even small things like "Let's eat out tonight" or "can you make me a cup of tea" are conveyed via a nod, smile or wink which only the two of them understand. This is a result of making an effort and working on developing a close relationship with your spouse, and is one of the fruits of a happy marriage.
We should remember that saying 'I love you' is only a beginning. We need to say it, we need to mean it, and most importantly we need consistently to show it. We need to both express and demonstrate love. By expressing love we bring ourselves joy knowing that love is not just one moment, but an ongoing, free flowing experience that enriches our lives.
When your boat is caught in a storm, it is not wise to jump into rough waters. Go to the one who helps you mend what must be mended, encourages you to express what concerns must be expressed in the proper manner, and urges you to compromise what may be compromised. Situations change, and hard times do not stay forever. Impatient lapse of judgement can make you regretful for a lifetime, whereas wisdom & patience goes a long way in developing a healthy relationship.