10 Marriage Advice for Newly Married Couple
Without a doubt marriage is a beautiful gift and a true blessing. But it also can be difficult. Marriage is not easy but most of us will agree, it’s absolutely worth it. The beginning of a marriage can be challenging for new couples as they figure out what this new label means for them.
Most people ask what are the tips that helps to succeed in married life? What necessary advice would you offer a young couple on their wedding day?
We have gathered words of wisdom for newlywed couples. Some of these are great general rules for a happy marriage, but many are newlywed specific.
INTELLIGENT AND CREATIVE COMMUNICATION
Start with open discussion. But if you think discussing something could turn into a big argument when you regret saying something, write an email. This way, you have the opportunity to explain the problem calmly and fully and the other person has time to react without misleading or cutting. Some people might say that writing emails instead of talking is weird or disorienting, but it really helps in first few years when everything is new.
LEARN TO PRACTICE EMPATHY
It is inevitable that the two of you have disagreements with each other. Sometimes it escalates into rage and even a fight or two. Take a minute to breathe and try to see things from your partner’s point of view. Try to find a way for them to see things differently than you do. Even if you still disagree with them, if you can understand where they are coming from, it will be easier for you to resolve the issue.
GO AWAY TOGETHER
Travel together, and not just for your honeymoon! If you can go on vacation together, you’ll be ready for married life. Traveling is the most exciting, but often the most stressful, experience you can have as a couple, and for the most part, being together in unfamiliar places and circumstances can help you get closer together. Sometimes it feels like “we against the world” when we are away, which has done wonders to keep our marriage very happy. It also makes us appreciate our home life, which sometimes seems mundane, but after a few weeks of walking in the woods or carrying suitcases around the cities, coming home to a happy married life is a blessing.
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QUALITY TIME TOGETHER
Do your best to enjoy time together. It can be something as simple as making your partner laugh every day. We have seen many couples living completely separate lives. They not only work separately but also have different friends, different interests. In my opinion, this leads to a couple breaking up rather than staying together. Sure, it’s healthy to spend time apart, but make sure to spend quality time together. In the end, the two will be together for decades. It is essential to find ways to spend those decades together. Travel together. Cook together. Exercise together. Spend time with your friends together. Spend quality time and grow together as a couple.
LEARN YOUR PARTNER LOVE LANGUAGE
Of course, we all use our own favorite love language to express our love to our partner. But that may not be the best way to receive love. Because your partner might express their love in different way. So you must learn your partner’s love language and start “speak” it. It can be as simple as giving them an extra hug every day. Or can be buying flowers or chocolates every time you come home. Learn their love language and express your love with that.
PRIOTIZE TRUST AND HONESTY
Honesty and trust are the two essential pillars for any strong marriage. For a happy and lasting marriage, both parties must be patient with each other, give each other space, encourage each other, and above all, give you best to the relationship. Focus only on the good and watch the love grow!
DO NOT GO TO THE BED ANGRY
I would say never go to bed angry. Communicate, when you’re angry, pause, walk away, then come back to the matter when you’re calm. Leave the trifles, leave the past. Don’t hold grudges. Talk nonsense and no matter how angry you are, never call your name. It hurts more than anything.
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YOU ARE IN THE SAME TEAM
Remember, in the midst of stupid arguments and tough days, you’re both on the same team. Remembering that neither of you is intentionally hurting the other, it’s essential to continually improve your communication skills, which will help lay the foundation for growing trust and love.
Be a team from day one. Try to avoid things like “my money” or “my house,” especially if the proportions may be uneven. You guys are together, so work together from the start and share your life as partners, not roommates. When you do fight (and you will), remember that and don’t throw those terms out as a way to hurt the other person. Each person brings valuable elements to the relationship. One day, the situation may change and the words you used may come back to you.
DREAM AND SET GOALS TOGETHER
We strongly believe in making dreams come true. Don’t expect them to happen. Don’t wait for the can-we-do-it-when-we-retirement plan. But act on them now. To achieve this, we discuss and dream together. And then we started planning how we could work on it. Not all dreams are instantly achievable, and all dreams may not be as you wish. You may need to save some money. Or you have to quit and that seems like a really big step. Or you may need to put your work aside for your partner’s. But working on those dreams together, as a group, will make marriages stronger and happier.
Choosing to marry someone is choosing to marry all part of them. Getting married is an exciting new adventure for couples but that doesn’t mean it is always easy. There will be up’s and downs in a marriage that may feels like a roller coaster but when you love each other it is a wonderful ride.
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