I resolve that the smiles and joy we enjoy as partners in this relationship will get better over time.
I have seen cases where the beginnings of the relationships were sweeter and more fun than when they got older. I hear people say the sparks or thrills are no longer there.
Some wonder what happened?
They simply find it difficult to make things progressively better. The truth is, smiles and joy are the outcomes of what you do regularly. It is like telling yourself that there is no need to plant trees when there is a need for furniture in the society.
What you do could either bring smiles and joy or frowns and sadness into your relationship.
What are those things that bring the smiles and joy?
Selflessness, sensitivity, enhancing each other’s sense of worth, maintaining friendship and willingness to be vulnerable before each other are some of those indices that produce joy and smiles in relationships.
How are these indicators playing out in your relationship?
Work at making these an everyday experience in your relationship and go ahead to make these affirmations:
I will be sensitive to my partner.
I will act selflessly towards my partner.
I choose to see value in my partner.
I am open to my partner and responsive to any necessary change I have to make.
We pray that your relationship will experience bliss.
Yours will be a reference to many relationships.
Resolve to make your home inspiring and step out to change the narrative that states “Relationships Are Failing.”
We are on a campaign that “Relationships Are Working.”
If this book has helped you in any way, kindly get as many copies as possible to give to the people you know need to hear this.
You could as well share some of the thought provoking statements in this book on your social media platforms. Be kind enough to reference the author.
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