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Being Newly-weds is a beautiful feeling. However, making it work is a totally different hustle. These are the 4 habits newly-weds should cultivate for marital bliss.
There is that unidentifiable fire and warm taste within you. You just want the whole world to know you are happy to have found the love of your life. We feel it too, but if you are looking to have a blissful marriage, there is still work to do. The next four habits are more for you, not your significant other. Granted a young marriage can only last when the two people agree to make it work.
Practice the idea of relating.
Relating is the way you two connect. It is time to move from the idea of having a husband that is solely yours to actually relating with him. We all are generally self-centered and not others oriented. We all love connecting, as long as it is on our terms. Relate with him!
Work on your personal growth
Try not to expect your spouse to be more than what you are not to him. If you don’t listen to him, don’t expect him to do the same. If he isn’t doing what you want, you do it to him first. If you like roses and he isn’t sending you some, send to him first and then maybe leave a note in it saying, “I wish you do send me roses too”
Have staying power
Try not to jump off the marriage train, at the first sight of conflict or unhappiness. Being married is not all a smooth ride filled with elation. There are bumps and each varies in intensity and depth.
Learn to iron things out as newly-weds
Always wanting to be right is not the way to go when it comes to making a marriage work. Try to practice compromise. Anyone will tell you it isn’t easy to do, but most successful couples had to do it.
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