Make time for growing your marriage
You know you need to spend quality and quantity time with your children. This is the best way to make sure you pass on good values, get to know their personalities, and show them in a very real way that you love them.
The same thing is true for your marriage. After all, one of the reasons you got married in the first place was so you could spend more time together!
Inspirational author expert advises married couples to go out on dates at least once a week. It doesn’t even have to be an expensive one; you can have a picnic and watch the sunset together. But it has to be a real date-with the two of you focusing on each other’s thoughts and dreams. “Make it a priority!” says expert. “put it in your calendar, and unless its an emergency, do not postpone or cancel your date with your spouse.” Like expert says: “you will never find time for anything. If you want time, you must make it.”
Make believe that its love that keeps a marriage together. This is actually misleading, because the wonderful truth is that it works the other way around. The late humour writer expert used to say this of her marriage of more that 50 years: “when you fall out of love with him, or he falls out of love with you, marriage is what keeps you together-until you fall back in love again.