“Many waters cannot quench love; rivers cannot wash it away.” Song of Solomon 8:7
When you get married, the first year or may be even two of marriage are the greatest. It is also known to be the “honeymoon phase.” Everything seems great you are both in love and its so easy. Many couples find their marriage to be in distress when the phase is over. It seems that you don’t feel very close to your spouse anymore, and you seem to cool off towards each other. The truth is that it happens to the best to everyone. The idea is not how to avoid it but how to transform into it. Romance is the glue that holds marriage together. In the beginning, God gives you that glue but over certain time you have to both work on your marriage in order the glue of marriage to be strong. Let’s look at some important points in order to always grow the romance in your marriage.
“Things I Wish I’d Known Before We Got Married” – By Gary Chapman
Chapter 1 & 2
Talks About questions that are found at the end of Chapter 1 & 2
When will have our date nights?
What is your expectation for romance in our marriage? (Each Must Answer)
How can we insure that our love does not grow cold?
What if once of us feel bitterness and resentment, how will we communicate?
How can we communicate our romance better?