Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Inspirational Married Life Quotes

If your married life is in crisis and you would like to save it these quotes are perfect for you. These are expert married life tips from life coaches and other qualified sources.  

“Love your marriage by first taking care of yourself. So many of my patients say the reason their marriage fell apart is that they became depressed and disinterested in their partner. If you keep working on you, your marriage will stay fresh and vital. Start today by adding a new wedding vow to your list: Promise to take care of yourself so you will continue to age with grace and confidence by your partner's side.” Mary Jo Rapini, LPC

“…When you take responsibility for your part in the marriage, only then will you be able to connect with your partner in a mature, intimate way.” Carin Goldstein, LMPT

“…touching more creates a stronger bond by releasing oxytocin.  Hold hands, rub shoulders, hug, kiss, give high-fives or even fist-bumps or bottom pats.” Lori Lowe, MA

“…it’s important to be okay with each other’s differences.” Lee Bowers, LP, PhD

“…it’s not about the amount of money you spend on a gift, it’s about the thought that goes into something.” Suzanne K. Oshima, Dating Coach

“For men it’s important to understand that women want to be listened to… For women it’s important to understand that men need time for themselves.  By giving him space…you allow him to reconnect with his desire for you and his commitment to the relationship.” Mars Venus Coaching, Life Coach

“The biggest waste of effort in a marriage is trying to change your spouse…Let your spouse be who he or she is and focus on changing yourself.” Dr. Rick Kirschner, Relationship Coach

“See problems…as symptoms and treat those symptoms just as you would treat a chronic illness that seemingly has no cure.” Alisa Bowman, Relationship Coach

“Are you both being fair when it comes to divvying up chores, communicating your needs, expressing dissatisfaction, dealing with finances, parenting, and supporting one another? If not, how can you improve and bring fairness back to the relationship?” Lisa Steadman, Dating and Relationship Coach

“Nothing is more important in a marriage than the relationship between husband and wife. When other things become more important, such as careers, children, and personal pursuits, trouble sets in. Make the relationship your top priority. When you do, the marriage flourishes.” Cathy Meyer, CPC, MCC

“Let go of criticism and blame. Focus on what there is to appreciate about your mate, then honestly and spontaneously express your specific appreciation to them. It's also good to do this for yourself. - Judith Joyce, Life Coach


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