So when you know who you are, you wouldn’t just settle for just anyone when it comes to marriage. Each time I tell people I can’t marry someone who can’t lead me, some would say don’t say that. But it’s the truth, when you know yourself, you wouldn’t want to marry someone who wouldn’t be … Continue reading Whom To Marry
I think one of the keys to staying in love is staying grateful. When you have something and someone good, don’t go looking for something better. Just learn to appreciate what you have. Tell him/her how blessed you are having him/her in your life. Don’t just keep shut and act like you aren’t seeing all … Continue reading Appreciation Goes a Long Way
Over the years, I’ve observed that it is best being friends with people as in that process, you’ll get to know them on a more deeper level. In that process also, people tend to be real. That is, there wouldn’t be any room for pretense. You know them for who they truly are and what … Continue reading Friendship in Marriage
It would be nice growing old with you, I would honestly love to, but do you want to grow old with me as well? Are you prepared for that life time commitment with every change that would come along the line? Because to be honest, we can’t be the same persons we were when we … Continue reading How Prepared are You for Marriage?
I’ve been pondering, when people talk about intimacy most of the time, what do they really mean? Is it always about sex? For me, I would say true and pure intimacy is all about closeness. Someone might say, “sex is what connect two people together.” Oh well, that’s not totally wrong, as sex has its … Continue reading Pure Intimacy
When a child come to his or her parents, and say to them, “mom, dad, I’ve found someone with whom I would like to spend the rest of my life with” I think parents response should be, “oh! That’s a good one my child, but then, are you sure you’re ready for this long ride? … Continue reading 11 Questions Parents Should Ask Their Child Before Marriage