The early years of marriage tend to receive a negative connotation in the minds of some people. These years are often described as the "hardest" or "difficult". As I have pondered this phenomenon and whether or not is has been true thus far in my life, I came to a few conclusions. Yes, the first year was hard but not in the ways one might expect.
1. Accept your spouse for who they are You can't change them and you married them for a reason 2. Always think the best of your spouse Remember they are doing the best that they know how 3. Love your spouse when they are being unlovable Because He first loved us (1 John 4:19) 4. Never talk badly about your spouse to other people (friends, parents, children) Your words have power, seek to edify your spouse 5. Communicate It shows respect for your spouse and keeps you both on the same page
Some things are worth settling for, but these 5 traits are a must in any man you're considering.
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