“Give the people what they want!” . . . goes the marketing maxim of our day. When it comes to “anger management techniques” and marriage issues there is a gulf between what people want and what they need. by James Hess There are many anger management techniques available. At work . . . upholding good […]
Which Passionate Marriage Activities do you share with your mate? That is… Besides being passionate about each other because… It’s KMA’s 1st fb passionate marriage activities participation game: Today will be your chance to share with the world what activities really get you excited and feeling super fulfilled. You know. Stuff that that you just […]
Do you intentionally appreciate your mate — everyday? When I first met Sarah in High School, let me tell you… I was instantly infatuated with her. I loved the way she walked, talked, joked, and shared her feelings to me. I intentionally did everything I could to get to know the real Sarah every single […]
“Keep Marriage Alive”: News that affects your marriage, for the better! At Keep Marriage Alive, marriage blogs are reviewed regularly so that marriage building news can be provided on a regular basis to help under-gird what Keep Marriage Alive is all about, helping couples “keep marriage alive“. One particular blog reported on a forum […]
What happened to those happy married people you once were with your mate? What happened to the once happy marriage the both of you shared?
Many couples start out as loving, caring, fully romantically involved marriage partners who stand tall and walk proudly together. They are full of hopes, dreams and excitement for each new day.
So, didn’t you set your sights on reaching the top of the mountain together for your marriage? Do you have to end it all or is there a way to bring function, excitement, harmony and happiness back into your ailing and failing marriage? The answers are that your happy marriage became a real testing marriage and there is hope to regain and dramatically improve your marriage to become very happy and satisfying. All it takes is willingness to make changes to build trust and understanding. It takes learning how to cope with problems together. Appreciate and help each other to reach the fullest possible potential of each others happiness together. If you have to do it alone then do it and get to action implementing the new ideas and techniques for happy times to be here again for your marriage.
Get with your spouse and make sure that you see steady progress in these and other aspects of the mood and feel of your marriage. Work towards the positive, happy relationship changes that will kick start your marital happiness, romance and constructive passions to form a more perfect “mountain top” union for your marriage.