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ajbabe
25th August 2011, 12:12 AM
CONSTANTLY TURN TOWARD EACH OTHER, RATHER THAN AWAY

When you pass your spouse sitting at her desk doing some work, do you stop and rub her shoulders, give her a kiss on the cheek, and whisper something nice in her ear -- or do you just walk on by? This is the meaning of "turning toward" as opposed to "turning away."

Happily married couples have ways to constantly be emotionally close to each other. Marriage research shows that happily married couples do a lot of turning toward each other whenever they get the chance. They look for ways to be physically and emotionally close to each other. Turning toward each other means making each other your number one priority.
Another important aspect of turning toward each other is doing things together that you both enjoy. Taking walks together, drinking coffee together after dinner, and listening to music together, are all examples of how couples turn toward each other.

A powerful way to turn toward each other is to show the ultimate respect -- by standing when your spouse enters the room. Sounds old-fashioned? It is. But it's a powerful way to turn toward your spouse, make him/her feel very special.

Couples who "turn away" from each other don't develop closeness.

These habits may seem small, but when practiced intentionally and consistently, they will form the backbone of a deeply fulfilling marriage.

Pope Bitterz D'Alomo
25th August 2011, 12:56 AM
Explain "turn away"

When she keeps kicking and bugging me whiles i'm sleeping all because she wants some and i "turn away" can you blame me for not developing closeness ? :D

ajbabe
25th August 2011, 01:01 AM
yes i blame you. you no why? becos u r unlovable.

Pope Bitterz D'Alomo
25th August 2011, 04:06 AM
yes i blame you. you no why? becos u r unlovable.

as for u :glee: