Marriage brings with it tons of responsibilities and liabilities. Hence post wedding life is mean enough to put before you many stumbling blocks and swipe away all the romance and love from your relationship. It takes much of endeavour to strengthen your relationship and bonding and keep your wedding spiced up.
WedAbout brings you the initiatives you can take to keep friendship and togetherness strong after marriage.
A few of small gestures can bring that beautiful curve on your spouse’s face. Let your expressions flow in the form of love filled texts or mails. Those little effortful surprises can do wonders too. For instance, a simple act of cooking your beau’s favorite meals prepared for a candle light dinner set on your terrace under the moonlit sky can amaze them (after all it need not be an expensive affair always)!
Old is gold, indeed it is. Rejoicing the old moments of togetherness will give you reasons to love your soul mate even more. Travel the pleasant past by means of pictures, videos, snapchats of the old lovely times and fall for your fella all over again.
Being effortful yourself is important but understanding and appreciating each others’ efforts is even more important. Be pleased about what your better half does for you. Appreciate him/her not only in private but publicly too. It makes them realize their importance in your life. It will make them know that you’re super proud of them.
Fuel your wedded life with excitement and adventure. Let your age remain nothing more but a number and be venturesome to your heart’s content. Go together for hiking, jogging or even cycling. It not only helps you spend more time together but also helps you understand each other (more like friends), thus strengthening the relationship. Go for dates like you always did. (Or like you never did!)
It’s always a pleasure to treat your beau’s ears with those “three words”. Keep reminding your partner how much you love them. Let him/ her never forget how important they’re in your life. Vocalize your emotions. It builds a bridge of communication which takes your trust and understanding to the next level.
It is important to know that an act of one affects both. Understand that “We” and “Us” are your strengths. Abide by “Two bodies and one soul”. Be the support system of your partner and make them realize that you’ll always stand right next to him even in the worst of conditions. Try understanding each others’ unspoken words.
Let your relationship with your partner not be superficial. Know that your soul-mate is not just a person you took wedding vows with. Let him be your friend, a confidante, a guide, a lover and a partner (in crime) too!