Behaviors to protect your marriage before it is too late.

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Written by Shahar Sherif

Life coach and marital relationship consultant. I studied coaching in one of the best American INLP centers, and I am currently lecturing in the same center for Arabic-speaking students.

24 May، 2024

Marriage stands as the most crucial relationship of all.

 As we know,

In maintaining a happy marriage, it’s important to acknowledge that spouses experience ups and downs, which may result from a lack of awareness or misunderstandings. To prevent the situation from deteriorating, we need to clarify certain behaviors that we should uphold to keep the marriage happy before it’s too late.

1. Psychological compatibility

The alignment of social, cultural, educational, and ideological perspectives between spouses facilitates mutual understanding and a shared vision for the future, including mutual goals and consideration for each other’s desires.

2. Maximize the joy of quality time

Spending quality time together is essential for a happy life. If you choose to spend time apart, it may indicate issues in the marriage.

3. Respect

Respect in marriage, setting boundaries, and understanding each other’s value and importance is the key to a lasting relationship because love without mutual respect does not endure.

4. Your partner’s priorities should be a priority in your life

You should prioritize each other, strengthen your marriage, and strive to make each other happy.

5. Attention to love

In a marriage, love, and intimacy between spouses are like spiritual nourishment. Maintaining this unique intimacy is crucial for a healthy relationship.

6. Compliment

Gifts on special occasions and nurturing a renewed relationship can help alleviate boredom and silence. Gifts on special occasions and nurturing a renewed relationship can help alleviate boredom and silence.

7. Avoid Criticism

Partner criticism is ineffective, leading to control rather than improvement. It undermines trust, leading to anger and resentment.

8. Acceptance

Accept your partner as they are, without seeking to change their personality. Instead, focus on and encourage their lovely temperament, and be grateful for their good qualities.

9. Understanding

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Mutual understanding makes married life easier. Stop fixating on your partner’s mistakes to create security in marriage.

10. Apologize

Recognition of a mistake when it occurs and an apology enables the partner to forgive, respect, and love.

11. Attendance and support

Always be there for your partner in their time of need. Your reassurance and direct support are crucial for a successful and strong relationship.

12. Avoid taking your partner for granted.

Neglecting your partner’s needs and taking their presence for granted may cause them to stop loving you.

13. Maturity

Maturity and responsibility form a special bond between partners.

14. Avoid blaming or making accusations.

When issues arise, it’s important to avoid blaming or accusing others as this can hinder finding solutions.

Because marriage should be wrapped with love, compassion, and tenderness.

Answer these questions

  • Is your partner not expressing their love for you?
  • Does each partner try to change the other’s personality?
  • Is your partner constantly criticizing or intentionally embarrassing you?
  • Are you feeling unsupported and unencouraged by your partner?
  • Does your fun fade away over time?
  • Are you not a priority for your partner?”
  • Is your partner not appreciating your presence in their life?
  • Have you lost your true personality in front of your partner?
  • Is your partner excessively nervous and emotional?
  • Is your partner controlling you, and you cannot reach yourself?
  • Do you not feel safe with your partner?
  • Have you lost confidence in your partner?
  • Does your partner always lie to you?
  • Is your married life, not the way you want it to be?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, we are here to find solutions.


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