There is Purpose in Your Relationship

Cynthia Greene, MHR, Marriage & Relationship Visionary Strategist
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The purpose of marriage can seem like a complicated one. Many believe it is to provide emotional and physical intimacy. Some believe it is about accomplishing something bigger than the two of you, while on this earth. It is more than making your partner happy. We believe that God puts two people together in matrimony for a reason. It is important for them to figure out what that reason is when they become one in marriage.

There are many different ways to define a couple’s purpose together. There is no right or wrong answer, but rather what works for you both. This will help create a healthy and happy relationship while maintaining your individuality.

For a marriage to be successful, the couple needs to have a common goal in life. Marriage helps us understand ourselves better and makes us live more responsibly. Marriage has four key purposes: companionship, family building, sexual fulfillment, and financial security.

There are many purposes of being a couple, but the most important is to be there for each other, physically and emotionally. This is the ultimate way to work through your issues. You'll learn how to be more understanding and empathetic towards one another by listening to what they need, without judgment. Relationship building isn't always easy, but it can be fun when you figure out your purpose together.

How to be a successful couple?

A successful couple is one that stays in love and cares for each other daily. Sometimes it can be tough to keep the spark alive in a relationship, but it is crucial to know how to maintain the bond between two people.

Some tips for a successful couple are: Spend quality time together, have some fun activities that you enjoy together, use technology to keep your relationship going even when you're apart.

There have been many books written on being successful and healthy in relationships. Still, the most important advice is always the same:

● Stay committed to your partner.

● Show them love every day and give them an outlet for their own feelings.

● Never take each other for granted.

Successful couples have at least one thing in common: they are willing to work hard for the person they love. They not only put their time into the relationship but also into themselves.

A happy and strong marriage is not just about following a set of rules; it's about self-care and being genuinely happy for your partner.

Tell your spouse that you're thankful for having him or her in your life

Just as we are grateful for having partners or spouses in our life, it is also extremely important to show gratitude to them. Expressing gratitude can change the dynamics of a relationship and make it better, not just for you but for your spouse too.

It is easy to let things slip by in a daily routine and forget the importance of telling your significant other that you're thankful for having him or her in your life. But by saying thank you, you will give them a great reminder of how much they mean to you and how much they are worth.

Thankfulness has a lot of purposes. It can empower people, make them feel better about themselves, and even improve their health. But the most important thing about gratitude is that it feels good to be happy and thankful for someone else.

Whether you are married or not, this is a great activity to do with your spouse to express your appreciation for one another. You'll feel better about yourself and create positive energy in your relationship as well as in your life.

At the beginning of every year, my husband and I sit down together to discuss and write down our goals for the New Year. This helps us to stay focused, on the same page and reach our highest dreams. Remember, Teamwork makes the Dreamwork! Stay focused on each other all year long. Don’t allow time, the busyness of life and your own selfish motives keep you from growing together. Looking for resources. The In Love and Loving It Academy is full of great surprises, tips and other couples just like you.

The Marriage Visionary,

Cynthia Greene, MHR

Remember: “If you build it, it will last”

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Cynthia Greene is a Certified Professional Life Coach, Prolific Speaker, Best Seller Author & has a Masters in Human Relations. She has been helping others with creating strategies to build successful marriages and relationships for over 20 years.

Waldorf, MD

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