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Quality Time In Marriage Part 1


When we were young, Our parents taught us to manage our time like how a wise man runs his business. We want everything to be productive, and every penny counts. Every business deal is a must.

It is the same in the marriage too. It is not all about giving expensive things to your loved ones, giving them all the luxury gadgets in your house, or just dropping by for food without your presence while enjoying it. Marriage is not all about materials and luxury. It is more about time well spent together, exchanging I love you and I miss you, complementing each other strengths, and supporting and giving a hug during tough times.

Your job can inevitably be very demanding when you are pot for promotion. We need a job to send the kids to school, pay the bills, and enjoy leisure at times. However, too much work can affect your married life and quality time with your family.

Remember, you marry your spouse and not your job because, at the end of the day, you work to provide for their needs, so spend more quality time with them.

A family that eats altogether, makes a happy family. Be there when your wife is busy preparing your favorite dinner. Be there when your son is ready to show how his skills improved in school. Also, be there when your child wants to show his exam papers because he passed all the subjects.

Be there with them and your because they need you and your TIME.

After many years of successful relationships in my own life, my mission is to pass on the blessings I’ve received to the many people seeking help in their own lives. I not only help to restore broken marriages, but also friendships, relationships, families etc. I am a faith-based marriage and relationship coach with a mission: To build stronger marriages through faith; to deepen the spirituality of the individual and the couple by accepting an open minded cornerstone of the marriage; to strengthen the communication, commitment, and respect within a marriage through a focus on gratitude, and love.