I’ve touched on this topic in my blogs by describing an affair as a theft, a criminal act. When you have a surreptitious affair while you’re still in a committed monogamous relationship, you have committed a crime against your personal integrity as well against your partner from whom you’ve stolen choices. Most people committing adultery […]
You aren’t automatically happy if you marry the “perfect” person. Many couples who are “meant” for each other don’t know how to save a relationship when it has trouble. Why not? Because they don’t have an understanding of relationship dynamics – how they develop, how they force you to grow up, change, and learn about who you are.
When couples talk about sexual desire, they are really talking about what it is to want and to be wanted. Do you feel wanted? Do you want your partner?
Many of us feel uncomfortable making decisions because we try to avoid the responsibility that ultimately comes with whatever we have chosen. Being decision-adverse, however, makes us dishonest in our communication and affects the quality of our marriage.
Commitment is the decision to be responsible for and to yourself. When you’re committed to yourself, you can’t get away with blaming your partner for the lack of passion in marriage.