This video shares how to have a better marriage beyond your sexual relationship. If you are a Christian women looking for relationship advice and want it from a Christian girl perspective, then check out this video!
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I have decided to expand my horizons a bit! Here is a new series on my blog! It may spill over into my YouTube channel who knows! It is entitled Marriage Mondays! I did write one a while back, to try it out! You guys seemed to like it so lets get it going! Even if you are not married some of these posts may still help with those of you in relationships!
The little things matter! In love and marriage, it is important to always remember that your spouse may not always outwardly express what they may be feeling, but it is your job to stay in tune with not only their needs but also their wants!
Not only does this make them feel special, but it also makes them feel needed and wanted. Sometimes we find ourselves so wrapped up in our own worlds that we forget to stop and assess what’s going on around us.
It is during these times, that the ones closest to us, might find themselves needing us the most. So, we have to, as they say “take time to smell the roses”. Slow down and connect with your spouse, so that you can attend to what they need.
Did you know that 93% of communication happens nonverbally. There was a study done by Dr. Albert Mehrabian, author of Silent Messages. He found that only 7% of communication happens through words and 38% is expressed through vocal elements. More the 55% is communicated through nonverbal elements such as facial expressions, gestures, posture, and related body language.
Next to God, your spouse has to be the second top priority in your life, more than work or other activities. If they are not happy, it will begin to effect each of you individually; then it will begin to effect your marriage.
So pay close attention to both their verbal and nonverbal cues. If you only listen to the words that you hear and ignore what you see, you are truly missing out on 93% of the bigger picture. Give it a try this week, be attentive to your spouses wants as well as their needs and see just how much you make them smile! Attention to nonverbal cues is essential to keeping a happy marriage!
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I have some problems with my ex girlfriend. We broke up a week ago, but yesterday she suddenly ignore me. cuz i came to her place i tried to talk to her but she is ignoring me she dont want me there she dont even want me to sit anywhere in her room. i always asked her if i still have a chance to have her back she always say maybe maybe not like why dont she just tell me cuz i know that she know but the problem is she dont tell me anything. she compared me over her ex boyfriend which is cause of some of our break up. we broke up severel times. but im here still holding on. i dont know what should i do now she completely ignoring me again. and i think she have feelings with her ex cuz she said im no good to her but her ex always understand her those stuff. please help me. and if i just need to move on please help me how.
It sounds like she is distancing herself from you. Therefore, you need to give her the space that she is requesting. If she is interested in her ex boyfriend the two of you don’t stand a chance.
In your situation I would let this one go.
Take it one day at a time. This video should also help: