What You Should Never Do Regarding Your Marriage
- Do not get counsel from individuals that are not married or struggling with their lives or marriage. Ask these questions: have they left their parent’s home; are they happily married; are they financially independent; are they good parents; why qualifies them as marriage counselor?
- Do not divulge or discuss your private matters or issues with a third party without the other partner’s consent or approval. Doing so is the assassination of your marriage before the world’s eyes.
- Do not neglect your partner’s cry for help or assistance, nor physical or emotional needs; Be sensitive to each other.
- Never cheat on your partner.
- Do not scream or talk down on your partner. Don’t be verbally abusive;
- Never go for days and harbor hatred and hostilities towards the other; Forgive;
- Never put a stumbling block on your partner’s dreams, vision or Ministry.
- Never dominates conversations at all times with your partner.
- Never take an uncompromising stance on matters that are sensitive in nature and affect your partner’s interest, if it does not violate the Lord’s will or commandments.
- Do not be physically abusive to your partner. Never lay hands for whatever reason;
- Never call the cop on your partner, except it is a life-threatening situation.
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