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How to Live a Happy Married Life
Happy Married Life, Married Life
ON 16-09-2016

It can be easy to have a fun and romantic courtship period, but you may worry that your marriage wonít last once the initial spark has died down. However, if you want to live a happy married life, then you have to work on keeping the romance alive and on continuing to growóboth with your partner and as an individual. Though itís not always easy, you can make your marriage thrive if you and your partner are willing to put in the effort.

Respect your spouse. If you want to have a healthy marriage, then you have to make your spouse feel like your equal and take his feelings into account whenever youíre making a decision or just going about your day. If you treat your spouse like his opinions donít really matter or like you always have the final say, then youíre bound to have an imbalance in your marriage. Make sure that you give your spouseís views the same seriousness that you give your own and that you take the time to listen to your spouse and make him feel like you care.

Work to be kind, loving, and understanding to your spouse. If youíre having a bad day and snap at him, make sure you apologize; give him the basic respect he deserves instead of thinking you can do whatever you want because youíre married.
You should also respect your spouseís privacy. Donít go snooping through his phone or computer if you expect him to feel respected.

Work to keep your relationship in the present. If you care about your spouse and want to have a healthy and productive relationship, then you should avoid getting hung up on past mistakes you both made or keep reminding your spouse of his failures; instead, work on reinforcing positive behavior, enjoying your present time together, and thinking of all you have to look forward to. If you really care about your spouse, then you will be considerate of his feelings and wonít bring up the past just to get a reaction out of him.

Though itís not always easy to let go of the past, you shouldnít bring it up out of spite. Remember that your spouse is a living, breathing person too and that you shouldnít bring up the past just to hurt him.

Take the time to listen. Listening is one of the best ways to be considerate toward your spouse. Donít just zone out when your spouse is talking about his day or wait for him to finish talking so you can say what you want to say; make an effort to really hear him out and to care about what heís telling you. When youíre having a real conversation, put away your phone, make eye contact, and be considerate enough to really listen.

Of course, we all zone out from time to time. If that happens during a conversation, donít pretend like youíre following; apologize and figure out what your spouse was really saying.

Ask your spouse questions to show that you really do care; you donít want him to feel like heís boring you.

Sometimes, all your spouse needs after a hard day is for someone to listen to him. You donít have to feel compelled to give advice all the time.

Be attuned to your partnerís moods. If you sense that something is wrong with your partner, take time to embrace him and ask what's the matterómaybe that's the time he or she needs your attention the most. Don't ignore that opportunity. If your partner isnít ready to talk, then you donít have to push it and make things worse, but you should show that youíll be there when he is ready and willing to open up.

If you and your partner are out in a social setting and you notice that something isnít quite right, donít ask about it in front of everyone; pull your partner aside to show that youíre really paying attention.

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