You Marriage? Interesting Questions....
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|Tue, 05-11-2010 - 11:39am|
Please answer the questions before reading the paragraphs below.
How Do You Protect your Marriage, form threats, cheating, etc,?
If someone approaches you at a bar or something, how do you handle it? How do you resist cheating?
What Makes a Good and "Happy Marriage:?
Do you consider you Marriage an important part of your identity?
Do you have a lot of positives in your marriages? Do you celebrate the positives? (Making a big deal of the small stuff? )
Do you have high standers, and expectations in your Marriage?
Are you happy within yourself, and if so, or if not, do you think that affects your marriage?
These were questions that were on the Today Show from a marriage book called "For Better", and I thought that they were interesting, They say that women instinctively protect their relationship, and also that it is a part of their identity. The positives in your marriage, even the very small ones, if you celebrate, do something new, simple or fun, the positivity keeps love alive. Happy couples set high standards for each other, if you have a low standard for your marriage, that's what you'll get, vise versa. Couples that have high standers are couples that last for the long haul. Also, if you expect your partner to make you happy, your making a mistake, you have to be a happy, for the two of you to be happy together. You get what you ask for. One thing that the author was really stressing was the positivity, and celebrating positivity. Also, have lots of sex.
All of the things that I have written in the previous paragraph, were proven statistically, in this book. I thought the questions would be fun. She had a lot of numbers and percentages to go along with what I paraphrased, from her interview. It looks like a good book. It focuses on Happy Marriages, and how to keep your marriage happy.
I thought these would be fun questions!
* Robyn *