This should be one of the best and the most serious texts and articles you have read recently. It is one article pure with real and honest words from a divorced woman about the marriage and love. It should be one very good story and lesson for you in the same time.
This is a story of woman that is divorced and was ready to open her heart and soul with you. She got divorced after 7 years of marriage. Based on the years spent in marriage she learned some very valuable things.
Consider these tips:
1. Always seek out the best in him. Dwell on those things, not what you don’t like about him.
2. Have sex with him. Often. All the time if need be.
Best advice received from an older woman on the eve of my wedding 12 years ago: Make love a lot, especially when you don’t feel like it. Making love is a balm, it covers and heals a lot of the wounds we inflict on one another in a marriage. When you feel like you just aren’t close to your spouse, that’s the time to take off your clothes and get close.
3. It’s not your job to change or fix him. We are all on a journey.
4. Tell him how big/strong/smart/manly he is all the time. They tend to forget.
5. Never forget or take for granted that your man chose you.
6. Laugh. Even when it’s not funny, laugh. Laughter heals so many ailments in a relationship.
7. Take responsibility for your actions – and help him do the same. Accountability is a must in a solid relationship.
8. Love him in his love language. How he needs to be loved may not be the same way you need to be loved.
9. Make yourself look pretty. The more feminine you act the more it reminds him he is a man.
10. Be present. Give him your time and attention when he needs it. In my experience, during those times I did serve him, he over time, served me.
11. Never talk about other men, even if they are fictional or movie, even if it’s to say “you are so much hotter than that guy” Most men already think they are, so this will confuse them.
12. Be willing to have him sexually. Let him know you need his masculine presence, that you trust him fully.3.
13. Give him space. He needs times to find his new self (we change constantly) before he can give of himself.
14. Allow your husband to love you his way instead of comparing his expression of love to your own ideals. If you keep comparing, you may miss the most beautiful moments of tenderness.
15. Forgive. Don’t let history hold you or your man hostage.
16. Never underestimate the power of simply touching each other. Sometimes it can say what words can not.
17. Always, choose love. Love is action, not emotion. Don’t miss that.