How To Nourish Your Relationship With Your Husband?
September 7, 2011 12:47am CST
How to nourish your relationship with your husband is the topic that had assigned to me to tackle in a small group of married women. Nourishing once relationship is actually every couple's important business and is a very complex issue that many couples have been dealing with for many years now. As I am pondering about the topic and I was about to start making my outline, I was surprised for unable to write down atleast my introduction. Then, I remembered my family here on MyLot. I have been not around online for almost a month, I guess. But I believe that I can get significant ideas that will help me get through with the outline from many married women here. It was hard for me to develop the topic so I resort to our discussion section here at MyLot expecting to get a help. Thanks in advance.
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7 Sep 11
I think that it's important to spend quality time together. Doing things together that causes each partner to draw closer to the other. For example things that allow time to really open up and communicate. Like taking a walk, going to a dinner at a place where you can focus on the needs of one another. Listening to each others thoughts and feelings on a matter. This will nourish the relationship.
15 Sep 11
I had successfully made my speech to women last week and I had been burdened of some cases where relationship in a marriage has been hurting some women. Wives have been surprisingly upset on how their respective husbands treated them after wedding. An attitude that they never had imagined before they had committed to their respective man in a marital vows. Nevertheless, they have been given hope that everything will going to turn out right by clinging to God and praying for their spouses. Nothing is too hard to our God. He alone can change one's heart. I suggested that they just keep on showing good deeds to their men while entrusting them to God and God will make a change..a better change in their relationship with their hubby and in their home, at large.