Wedding Tips Chapter 27

    Wedding Tips

    Don’t let those ‘honeymoon blues’ hit hard – it happens. Just because the honeymoon is over doesn’t mean the fun is too. Besides it was never about the wedding or romantic vacation, it’s about the marriage. The following content is just a few worth-wild guidelines to beat blues. You may know them already but don’t you feel something really sticks after reading it?

     

    Laughter produces so many chemicals in our bodies, it is the ultimate ‘honeymoon hangover cure’. Find something to laugh about with your significant other half. It is good for the soul and generates a happier marriage.

    Don’t let those ‘honeymoon blues’ hit hard – it happens. Just because the honeymoon is over doesn’t mean the fun is too. Besides it was never about the wedding or romantic vacation, it’s about the marriage. The following content is just a few worth-wild guidelines to beat blues. You may know them already but don’t you feel something really sticks after reading it?

     

     

    Laughter produces so many chemicals in our bodies, it is the ultimate ‘honeymoon hangover cure’. Find something to laugh about with your significant other half. It is good for the soul and generates a happier marriage.

     

     

    What do you do after a long days work? This can be applied to your answer… Share it together. If you like to unwind, forget about the dishes or broken cabinet for a day or hour! Relax with your partner. You deserve it.

    If any issues are arising, talk it out! Don’t let it build up because when you finally talk about it – it’s inevitable – it will be a bitter and even spiteful argument. It seems like an obvious one, but just like romantic cliches, it is often overlooked. Set aside your differences and deal with the issue at hand… not each other.

    If you are arguing, think a little and look for the soft emotion. If their angry at you they were feeling something before anger; maybe worry. Use your head and don’t get blinded by one moment.

     

    Creating a couples bucket list is a good one! It is great for thinking about the future and making plans outside of your busy schedule. Think about the short-term and long-term; it will help you tick things off the list. This will help you stay on your toes and you won’t get bored.

     

    Nothing beats a second honeymoon! Take a mini-vacation whenever you can.

     

    Don’t forget complements complement. Don’t use the same ones day-in and day-out because it’ll get outdated. Mix it up – be subtle and extravagante.