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Quality Time In Marriage Part 2

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Marriage is to be honored by all, and husbands and wives must be faithful to each other. God will judge those who are immoral and those who commit adultery. – Hebrews 13:4 (GNTD)

Honor your spouse. You are each other’s confidant, team-mate, and adviser. 

Spend more quality time with them. Ask about each other’s location and the things they want to do in the future. Ask for some next destination trip with your family. There are a lot of ways to spend more time with them.

Try these things to have more quality time with your wife:

  1. Walk together in the park. You can even take the kids and buy some street food. As you walk together, you will see a lot of beautiful scenery.
  2. Turn on the radio and listen to your favorite music(my wife and kids love this one each evening).
  3. Go for a bike with your wife and discover different roads to go through with it. You can spend living healthier together and have a chance to catch up on each other’s daily activities.
  4. Picnic is not limited to outdoors alone. You can also do it in the comfort of your living room. You can cook grilled food as you feel the camping vibe. You start by helping each other in setting up.
  5. Do not forget to say I LOVE YOU. It acts as a reminder of your endless love for each other.

Spend quality time with your spouse and kids. It need not be expensive. Honor them and Thank God for giving them to you.

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.