8 Important Things That Sustain A Successful Marriage. By GANY SAAD

Building and sustaining a successful marriage entails mutual efforts between couple. Here are the 8 important things that sustain a successful marriage. Read them below:

1 LOVE AND COMMITMENT

love is a decision to be committed to another person.
feelings come and go, but a true decision to be committed lasts forever.

2 SEXUAL FAITHFULNESS

sexual faithfulness in marriage includes more than just our bodies. It includes our heart, mind and soul.
guard your sxuality daily and devote it entirely to your spouse and no one else.

3 HUMILITY

An essentially building block of a healthy marriage is the ability to admit that you are not perfect, that u make mistakes and that you will need forgiveness.

4 PATIENCE AND FORGIVENESS

Because no one is perfect, patience and forgiveness will always be required in a marriage relationship. i personally think patience/forgiveness is the most important for a healthy marriage.

5 TIME

No relationship would work without time investment. Any successful marriage/relationship requires intentional, quality time. Relationship with your spouse should be the most intimate and deep relationship you have so it requires more time than any other relationship.

6 HONESTY AND TRUST

Honesty and trust becomes the foundation for everything healthy in a marriage. But unlike most essentials on the list trust takes time. it may take a month, a year, of being who you say you are and doing what you say you’ll do. it takes time so start now cheesy.

7 COMMUNICATION

Successful partners communicate as much as possible. They communicate hopes, dreams, fears and anxiety. And certainly kids, groceries, cheesy schedules and utility bills. communication cannot be overlooked because it’s an essential key to the foundation of so many things on the list.

8 SELFLESSNESS

More marriages are broken up by selfishness than any other reason. We all blame it on finances, lack of commitment and infidelity but selflessness is the root cause of broken homes.