“Flee temptation.” That doesn’t mean that we stick our heads in the lion’s mouth and think that he won’t bite down. We’re fools to believe so. We’re to run as far from it as possible.
The husband is meant to be the head and you're meant to be the body. Ask him questions like ‘where are you going?’ He is meant to be the direction
I must apologize to my mate because I know he didn’t try and hurt me intentionally. And if I hurt him because I am in pain, well when I have soothed myself
He was not there but I have my key so I let myself in. I met his place unkempt and from the look of things,he had brought a woman there. There was also used condoms in his room.
Marriage is not just about love and butterflies in the belly. Marriage is about love, compatibility on different levels and ultimately choice.
Remember to date your wife and always keep her guessing when it comes to how you show her that you love her. Get clever with the gift giving and remember that even though it’s the thought that counts they can always tell
there are sometimes, no written memo or agreement stating, we are in a relationship. We kind of just slide into it. Actually it is even simpler than sliding into DM's.
At the end of the day, come together and listen to each other, without judgment and with plenty of empathy. It’s a time to offer each other emotional support, free of criticism or pressure.
Erotic feeling which many call love, is not sufficient to sustain a relationship. But when you sync with someone, it creates an invisible strength
Over the years, you’ll most likely find new things that excite you and your husband or wife, and it’s important to be ready to change together over time to fit those things.
The person who got wounded is usually in some deep pain. When the person who caused the hurt says “I am sorry”, that usually lifts the guilt of the person who offended
That way we can educate our partner, which helps them understand us better. With that knowledge, they’ll probably be more careful not to step on our tender zones in the future.
Nigerian filmmaker, Ada Slim has described marriage as an ‘achievement’ as she reveals that she got married to the most ‘perfect man on earth’.