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For married people to come together and strengthen their marriages,have ideas to share on how to make the marriage better,or just know we are not alone,because we can trust in God.

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my marriage needs prayer 2 Replies

Started by Jon Foster. Last reply by SAMBEKE ELIPHAS Jun 4, 2018.

MAKING LOVE 9 Replies

Started by Gobonamang Edi Robson. Last reply by Mei Feb 26, 2014.

Use of Contraceptives 10 Replies

Started by Ejimok Alice Rose. Last reply by Ole Feb 22, 2014.

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Comment by diana jose on May 24, 2013 at 3:50am

i just joined this group and look forward to learn and share how we ought to live in marriages that God blessed us with

Comment by Steven Reichert on May 10, 2013 at 12:29am

I just joined this group also.  I look forward to meeting other like minded friends, and the not so like minded, that I may understand myself better.  May the Savior richly bless everyone here

 

Comment by Pat on November 3, 2012 at 10:41pm

Hidden Keys of a Loving, Lasting Marriage: Praise Her (At Least) Once a Day

Promise yourself to tell your wife daily what you appreciate about her. Promise yourself—not her—because she might develop expectations and be hurt if you forget. Begin by learning to verbalize your thoughts of appreciation.
Here are some typical statements wives have told me they enjoy hearing:

1. "What a meal! The way you topped that casserole with sour cream and cheese … M-m-m-m … that was delicious."
2. (This next one is great with an early-morning kiss.) "Honey, I sure love you. You're special to me."
3. While in the company of friends say, "This is my wife. She's the greatest!"
4. Put little notes on the refrigerator like, "I loved the way you looked last night."
5. "You're such a dedicated wife to make my lunch every day."
6. "Our kids are really blessed to have a mother like you. You take such good care of them."
7. "I don't know if I prefer the dress or what's in it better."
8. "Do I like your hairstyle? I'd like any hairstyle you have just because it's on you."
9. "I'd love to take you out tonight just to show you off."
10. "Honey, you've worked so hard. Why don't you sit down and rest for a while before dinner? I can wait."
11. "You're so special to me that I'd like to do something special for you right now. Why don't you take a bubble bath and relax. I'll do the dishes and get the kids started on their homework."

In her book Forever My Love, Margaret Hardisty emphasized that women tend to approach life on an emotional plane while men approach it on a more logical, sometimes coldly objective, one. Therefore, when you praise your wife, it's important to use words and actions that communicate praise from her point of view. Anything that is romantic or deals with building deeper relationships usually pleases wives.

© Copyright 2003 Smalley Relationship Center

Comment by Pat on October 25, 2012 at 2:36pm

Comment by Esther Espoza on September 9, 2012 at 11:22am

first of all you must have patience to each other,do your allmost to make other happy,if you are at work just a phone call and say i love you,a little gift,if there is any problem dont yel sit and talk,pray for each other,go for walk hold hand,give each other a kis a hug.these is a little part you can make your marriage better

Comment by wenz on September 7, 2012 at 7:36am

my first time here..just arrive from our happy family seminar and its so great i've found this site...the topics from the seminar relates from some discussions here...God Bless brethren....

Comment by N D Solomon on July 25, 2012 at 11:05pm

Hi! this my first time joining Adventist Online, married people.  God bless you all

Comment by Sibiziwe Jiyana on July 25, 2012 at 12:28am

@Sis Tess Clarke, we will intercede for you.

 

Comment by Tess Clarke on July 24, 2012 at 6:56pm

Hello to my brother's and sister's in Christ. Just join this group. My husband and I we don't communicate with each other as we use to. I would like if you'll can remember us in your prayers. Thanks!

Comment by Samuel LO on July 10, 2012 at 12:39am

It's a good topic for discussion. In my opinion for married couple of making love, two to three time a week in good for health. But we should consider the mutual health condition, if any side is not fit for making love, then the other side should wait and patience. We all should cherish the gifts that God has given to us since the creation of the world and the human being. Comfortable of making love will strengthen mutual health conditions.

 

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