Don't worry with your problematic marriage. Read this article to solve all your problems and get the love back into your marriage.
Of course there is a lot more to solving marriage problems than what I give you here, but what I give you here should get you off to a good start.
People often ask me why marriage is so difficult and why it causes so many problems. My answer is always the same: "Marriage does not cause problems, nor should it be problem laden. Marriage should be a vehicle of love."
However, every married couple faces an occasional problem. The difference between a successful marriage and a failing marriage is what they do with the problems, or better yet, what they do with what causes the problems.
In this article I will reveal two of the most common "marriage problem causers" and give you solutions to each so that you can exchange these problems for a loving and caring relationship.
Marriage: Solve Problems Through Thoughtfulness!
Thoughtfulness is the opposite of self-centeredness. Continually putting yourself and your desires before your spouse will kill a marriage fast.
I'm afraid that the idea of loving self has gone way too far and plays a huge part in destroying happiness and marriages. No, you should not love yourself by putting yourself before your spouse.
True love always shows concern for the other person and is willing to sacrifice for the well-being of the other person. So love your spouse and be thoughtful of his or her needs...and watch the problems dissipate and the love grow.
Of course, the ideal is both of you putting each other first. That's what love is all about.
Marriage: Solve Problems Through Loving Respect!
Showing disrespect is another marriage killer. Whenever you show your spouse disrespect (or visa versa) you are shouting to your spouse, "You are not valuable to me."
Too many married people feel like dirt because of the way they are treated by their spouse. Don't be guilty of doing this to your spouse. Show respect for one another. Be careful to speak kindly. Use the words "please" and "thank you" often.
Men, treat your wives like ladies. Open the door for them. Speak to them gently and lovingly. Listen to what they have to say attentively. They need to know they are important to you.
Women, let your husbands be men. Don't ignore what they say, but show that you care about their ideas and opinions. Nothing hurts a husband more than feeling like his word means nothing. They too, need to know they are important to you.
Marriage problems do not have to dominate your relationship. If you are having problems with your marriage, solve them by starting to put the above advice into practice today.