Be responsible for your actions — Realtalkwithmatty.wordpress.com

Too many people close them selves off to the world and vow never to love again all because they was hurt before and don’t want go through the pain of it again but the truth of the matter is its just a part of life that we all had been through  use this time to […] Be responsible for your actions — Realtalkwithmatty.wordpress.com Continue reading Be responsible for your actions — Realtalkwithmatty.wordpress.com

The Basis Of Intimacy In Marriage

Always love your spouse.Believe in each other.Celebrate each other often.Don’t argue but always reason together.Expect imperfections from your spouse.Fix solutions to problems on time.Go for a walk together once a week. Hold each other’s hands often.Ignite the passion in your spouse daily. Just laugh over issues worth criticizing.Kill the spirit of unhealthy competition.Let your spouse know your movements.Make love like newly weds.No separate room for you both.Oppose any intruder or third party.Pray together always. Quality time should be spent together.Resist every temptation of infidelity. Stay positive to each other’s vision.Take no record of past offence.Utilize every opportunity to bond.Visualize a … Continue reading The Basis Of Intimacy In Marriage

Teach me to love you Series:The love languages

Not everyone communicates love in the same way, and likewise, people have different ways they prefer to receive love. The concept of love languages was developed by Gary Chapman, Ph.D., in his book The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts, where he describes these five unique styles of communicating love, categories he distilled from his experience in marriage counseling and linguistics. The five Love languages and are in five different dimensions of expressing and receiving love. These include words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service, and physical touch. We all may relate to most of … Continue reading Teach me to love you Series:The love languages