Evergreen Seasoned Marriage
My first marriage advice for every newlywed couples, is that you must throw your dating overshadowing into the a waste bin or trash it in a trashcan because the stage of your dating has ended. And right now, you are into building a life-long relationship you will dwell in; and enjoy throughout your life existence. Good a thing you have now accepted your spouse without an element of double mindedness, doubt, lack of trust nor fear of any kind, but with unconditional love, to love and to behold your darling love in the best of your ability in order to create a happy and successful home than can stand evergreen in all seasons.
Secondly, you need to be ready to do everything in your might to ensure that your marriage works out as one amongst the rare marriages of emulation. But to belong to this calibre, you have to cultivate emotional maturity, sensitivity, creativity, and at the same time, be physically, and spiritually sound in order to be capable of the upkeep and maintenance of your new marriage.
Thirdly, it is my candid advice to all newlyweds, not be insincere at all, but, try to emphasize on your "attachment Bond". An attachment bond is the emotional connector that ties your hearts together as one, and deepens overtime. The attachment bond comes naturally into the marriage when both of you have whole heartedly fulfilled your first sexual relationship as husband and wife. Once this happens, both of you have to quickly readjust and queue in and commence building your family out rightly. Your "nuptial knot, or attachment bond" needs to be given every due attention to, especially, if you desire to achieve an evergreen marriage that can survive all seasons.
Fourthly, no matter the degree of any marriage advice designed for newlywed you may have come in contact with, love, patience and respect to yourselves can never be overemphasized in your oneness, and growth as a newlywed couple. This, will help you achieve an intense respect and build trust in yourselves, thereby, keeping your marriage secure both from external and internal attacks.
As Newlywed couple, I have this as my fifth marriage advice to you: both of you need to understand yourselves as quickly as you could; to be able to know how and where to pay attention to your emotions with due benevolence and keenly pay attention to your feelings. You need not just to listen with your ear, but with your heart also. You need to hear your spouse though with your ear, but with deeper understanding in your mind as this will lead you to primary understand what your needs are at all time; both spiritual, material and emotional needs. Therefore, demonstrate the practical love above that which ordinary words of lips promises can express; but that love which your behaviours and attitudes can indepthly express. As I have said earlier, try to understand your spouse's heart, and both of you should ensure that you respect each other. Most times as you come to you to share hearts with yourselves, be free and pay due attention with love; for your attention is the paramount powerful way to quickly give you understanding, and therefore tolerate your spouse.
My sixth marriage advice for every newlywed is that you have to make earnest efforts to understand that your better-half is from a different background from you, both of you own attributes quite very unique from yourselves. I advice that you should patiently study your each other very well in order to understand yourselves very well. Bear in mind that both of you are not of the same background, as a result, what your spouse may react to could be different from what you will react to, therefore, you need to study and understand yourselves to the core. Besides, avoid anything that could cause quarrel in your marriage. Actually there is no way, you can live as one without disagreement, but I advice that you give no opportunity to any form of disagreement, argument or misunderstanding nor any form of marriage squabble that may want to threaten or overshadow your marriage.
My seventh marriage advise to the newlyweds is that you have to use one mind in harmony, to confront and solve with immediate effect, any conflicting issues that would arise in your marriage; because a little leaven, leavens the whole lump. Reserving in the cooler any unresolved conflict or misunderstanding repeatedly can mature at any time and develop into a more difficult problem that could give birth to divorce threat or outright divorce. Therefore, amicably resolve any question of marriage squabble, misunderstanding or quarrel without delay.
On my eight marriage advice to the newlywed I have this to say, instead of clinching your fists or bearing long faces, you can also opt for a marriage advice from a marriage advice expert or a marriage counsellor to help you out of difficult issues, then both of you will make up and continue to live peaceably in your evergreen marriage.