When purpose is unified, it reduces unnecessary dissipation and increases the productivity level of both parties.
Enough of the big grammar. You’ve got to pay attention to your values, interests and the picture you hold of your future. Until you are clear with this, it might be difficult to recognize the right partner to settle with.
What drives you as a person?
What are those things that are so important to you?
What easily get you irritated?
What makes you happy?
Where do you see yourself in the next 3, 5, 7 or 10 years from now in the area of; career, business, Family, social and physical?
As you begin to answer these questions, it will paint pictures in your mind and put you in a position to know what kind of man or woman you want in your life. Until you define “YOU”, it will be pretty difficult to “IDENTIFY” the preferred person. Some people are more concerned about who to marry when they have not fully discovered themselves. Who you are and are meant to be in life will determine the choice of partner to settle with.
If you are married, you can begin to see some of those areas that are creating disagreements in your marriage. Be real with yourself. Assess the issues objectively.
Were these things in place before you got married?
What exactly were the major reasons you decided to go with this man or woman in marriage?
If they were not there, there is no need to feel bad about them. Wherever we are in our marital journey, we can always unlearn and relearn new ways of doing things “IF” we “REALLY” desire that change.
As a married person, you might ask; so how do I make progress from this current reality? Staying with “BLAMING SELF” would only make right decisions more blurry.
As a single person, you might equally be asking how to make the right choice for the right person to marry?
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