Archive for ‘Daily Marriage Tip’
Instead of becoming quickly offended by your spouse’s words, ask for clarity first.
What is your favorite board or card game? Collaborate with your spouse and plan a game night at home!
Today is the feast day of the Queenship of Mary! Mary, Queen of Heaven and Earth, intercede on behalf of us and our families.
“Strive to enter through the narrow gate” (Lk 13:22-30). Jesus reminds us today that His way is not the easy way. Let us pray that we have the courage to trust and follow the Lord always.
Even though family life can be stressful sometimes, remember to laugh and be joyful nonetheless.
Self-care is a must in order to properly care for others. Consider getting a massage or going for a jog today; encourage your spouse to do the same!
Do you remember where you and your spouse went on your first date? Revisit the location or re-create the scene.
If an issue arises in your marriage, communicate directly with your spouse. Talking with others about the problem will not solve it. Keep personal issues between you and your spouse.
Do not be afraid when loving another becomes challenging, for “life is not about waiting for the storm to pass; it’s learning to dance in the rain” – Vivian Greene.
If something is weighing on you, go to your spouse for emotional and physical support. Remember that he/she is there for you!
“In this world you will have trouble; but take heart! I have overcome the world” (John 16:33). It can be discouraging for families to remain hopeful amidst daily violent occurrences. However, Jesus’ words in the Gospel today bring us hope.
God reveals Himself to us in mysterious ways. What are some of the ways that God has revealed Himself to you and your family members in the last year? Contemplate and make note of these.
Looking for a fun family night at home? Find old home videos and reminisce with family members. Don’t forget to watch wedding videos too!
Marriages and families glorify God! All words and actions between family members ought to reflect the joy and unconditional love of the Lord.
As long as the summer months are still here, embrace the warm weather! Drive to a local state park and go for a hike or long walk with your spouse.
To genuinely listen is no easy task. Nonetheless, listening is an essential part of communication. Need tips to listen better? Check out this For Your Marriage article: http://www.foryourmarriage.org/just-because-youre-quiet-doesnt-mean-youre-listening/.
The stage of ‘falling in love’, while beautiful and irreplaceable, can fade in the later years of a marriage. True Lasting love is a product of intentionality, choice and sacrifice. Jesus’ death on the cross is proof of this.
“Blessed are those servants whom the master finds vigilant on his arrival” (Lk 12:35-40). Let us remember today that we ultimately belong to God, and let us pray that we always seek His will before our own.
Sunsets are one of the best things about summertime. Go out and watch the sunset this evening with family members and friends!
Looking to get away for the weekend? Consider taking a quick vacation with your spouse to “recharge” before the summer ends. Google search “best weekend getaways near me” for ideas!
Children first learn what love is from their parents. Let us remember to set a good example for children so that they learn to love others well.
In the midst of arguments, fight against the problem and not against your spouse. Remember that you and your spouse are on the same team.
When you feel frustrated, silence can sometimes be the better alternative. Think before you speak, and take time to decide how best to respond to your spouse.
Go out of your way today to encourage your spouse. Words of affirmation are a symbol of hope and love.
“Take care to guard against all greed, for though one may be rich, one’s life does not consist of possessions” (Lk 12:13-21). Let us remember today to be rich in love for God.