After being married for over ten years, you find out that the children you called your own blood, are not really your flesh and blood. How do you deal with a cheating spouse who also lies to you?
If you are married and are still snooping around your crush, you need to listen up!!
One of the worse scars a marriage can experience is infidelity. Spouses may feel violated and disrespected. However, a couple willing to keep their relationship thriving can survive any form of hurt and pain, if properly addressed and dealt with. Are there exceptions to this principle?
The new baby excitement can take the centre stage of your marriage for the first few months, but that fades quickly when the baby becomes a routine duty and you have to go back to work.
Between the baby or babies and your spouse, there should be a balance to make sure you do not forget your love and desire for each other. Here is how...
What is your thought on sex toys? Why would you need another toy when your spouse is the best toy you will ever have? I think you don't need extras when you and your spouse have a lot to learn from each other.
A few words of wisdom in honour of our mothers. Wisdom is referred to as feminine. Proverbs 31 Is in praise of a virtuous woman/mother.
God's comfort is like that of a mother.
Living in with your lover, or solemnizing your relationship into marriage depends a lot on the history of your childhood. The beauty is that nothing is cast on stone and attitudes can be changed.
Which one do you prefer? Living in with your lover, without being formally married or solemnizing your relationship?
This is a very interesting topic: I feel 5 Minutes do not do justice to address it. There are so many positive outcomes of marriage. We talk about this till the sun sets on the equator.
Please let me know what your benefits are on:
Be yourself, respect them and avoid conflicts with them. That is all you have to do.
Avoid going over the top to impress them as this will eventually drain you.
Thy word is a lamp into my feet and a light unto my path... The Word of the Lord is a strong tower, the weak shall run to it and they shall be safe...
From Genesis to Revelation there are many verses about relationships and marriage. I get my strength and authority from this Holy book.
Understanding, Patience and compromise are the three ruling words during the after-honeymoon days. With so much to hope for and expect, the couples usually find themselves struggling to adjust to the new reality without having to meet some of their expectations...
If two cups are kept together in a box, they cant avoid making heads bang against each other. Couples are no exception and it is perfectly normal to disagree - but what are the most common reasons for fights among couples?
It often starts as a joke, then it becomes a game and eventually a habit that hurts deeper than anyone imagines: intimidation. Marriage is no place to play negative games, especially with your life partner.
After marrying my spouse I started having doubts as to whether I made the right choice. Is it normal to doubt your choices even when you are totally head-over-heels in love?
Are all marriages made in heaven? If they are, then why do some marriages fail?
Let's explore this question for a moment...
There is always something to learn in life: even during Covid lockdown. Most of the lessons we learn inside the four walls of our homes. I have learned my lessons from my family and their extended communities:
Patience with self and others
Love defined in a very new way
Understanding that everyone is as challenged as you are.
If you want to be happy, do not dwell in the past, do not worry about the future, focus on living fully in the present.”
― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart
“Dance. Smile. Giggle. Marvel. TRUST. HOPE. LOVE. WISH. BELIEVE. Most of all, enjoy every moment of the journey, and appreciate where you are at this moment instead of always focusing on how far you have to go.”
― Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass
“F.L.Y. – First Love Yourself. Others will come next.” Anonymous
You’re always with yourself, so you might as well enjoy the company.” Diane Von Furstenberg.
If you love yourself, everything else falls into place. You are your number one fun and you cannot expect people to love you if you do not love yourself; it shows when you don’t love yourself. You show it by the way you walk, the comments you make about yourself, how you treat...
A goal without a plan is just a wish.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, writer and pioneering aviator
“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ― Benjamin Franklin, Founding Father of the United States
Self-improvement will meet nothing if you do not plan to take action. Every minute you are alive adds up to make your life. It would be prudent, therefore, to make the seconds, the minutes, the hours count.
When you wake up ...
“Continuous learning is the minimum requirement for success in any field.” Brian Tracy
Henry Ford said, “ Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. And whoever continues learning stays young.”
“Live as if you’ll die tomorrow, and learn as if you’ll live forever,” Mahatma Gandhi.
Let us start by distinguishing formal education from learning. Learning is what is left after all you studied has faded. It is what yo...