When Frank Sinatra crooned, ‘Love and marriage, love and marriage, go together like a horse and carriage,’ he was singing a universal truth. Without love, marriage is just a business arrangement. You want more than that from your marriage. You want the full fairy tale of wedded bliss, the fireworks of love, passion and romance. The funny thing is that if you want all that you do have to get down to business in your marriage. Here are 3 ways to ensure your marriage is full of love….
Your love marriage vows
Presuming your marriage is or was based initially on a mutual love attraction you have the perfect ingredients to guarantee a lifetime of married love. Remember your marriage vows. Marriage vows are legal declarations of love and the promise to love each other for a lifetime. They are truly significant and magical parts of a marriage ceremony and need to be honoured and treated with respect. You and your partner make a vow to love each other. A vow is the most solemn and earnest of promises. It is an unbreakable commitment. Treat it like that and it will become so for you. When you acknowledge your total commitment to that vow, you will move heaven and earth to make sure you keep your promise. You’re gonna love your partner whether he or she likes it or not!
Love and marriage go together
Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage not only because they sound like a perfect match, but also because they forge a working alliance and they make a journey together. You and your marriage partner are going on a journey together. You have united as a team. Sometimes it will be you ‘pulling the cart’. Sometimes it will be your partner. The best love marriages occur when you pull the cart together and are heading in the same direction! Be prepared to take 100% responsibility for taking your marriage where you want it to go. Pour your love into your marriage. Sweat for your marriage — that’s real love!
You can’t disparage love and marriage
The love marriage is an ‘institute you can’t disparage’. That’s an elementary fact if you want a lifetime of wedded bliss. To disparage means to belittle or disrespect. Sometimes it seems like much of the media is hellbent on disparaging love and marriage. There really aren’t that many role models of long-term loving marriages being paraded in the media. Don’t buy into their paradigm of a world where love marriages are unlikely, funny or doomed to divorce. Respect your love marriage, give it attention and care. Work hard and creatively to keep the chemistry bubbling between you and your beloved.
Love is a verb enacted in marriage
Love and marriage, you can’t have one without the other. Marry these two together to forge an unshakeable alliance. Don’t be lazy and wait for love to keep happening to you. That’s a sure way for your marriage to slide off the rails. Emotions require you to get into motion. That mean’s get off your butt and do something. Love in marriage is a verb. It’s something that you choose to do. You consciously choose to love your partner and demonstrate that love through your actions, choices and words.
So what actions, choices and words will you use to grow this incredible love marriage of yours every single day? Why not emulate the love strategies and secrets that have built the most successful, most fulfilling marriages? It makes sense to discover and copy directly what the top 1% of long-term happy couples do to build terrific marriages. That’s exactly what is contained in The 50 Secrets of Blissful Relationships. Consider shortcutting your learning curve with this resource and taking 100% responsibility for the health of your married life and love relationship. This is the way to a lifetime of love and marriage happiness.
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Copyright 2007 Anne Amore ~ May you be now and forever blessed. And so it is.
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