Families logo

Six activities to keep your marriage intact

A marriage in turmoil

By Shi WeiPublished 6 months ago 3 min read
Six activities to keep your marriage intact
Photo by Skye Studios on Unsplash

By the time you realize you're in a state of a marital crisis, it seems like it's too late to fix anything. Well, that's not quite accurate. These are six steps to rekindle a broken relationship and stop the divorce papers.

The contract you signed on the day you exchanged vows requires a lifetime of commitment. When you vow to be together, you make yourself the best gift you can give to your spouse. But on your wedding day, everything is easier said than done. But over time, when the danger of a real roller coaster comes your way, you sometimes ask why the church must exaggerate it.

If you're facing this situation, here are five suggested activities to keep your union intact.

Discuss happiness and fussing.

Talk about your marriage. If you can, list all the good things you, your partner and your relationship have going for you, and always make room for appreciation. If you find something in the process, keep it and write more about it. Discuss your points of improvement. However, you do not need to write them down because they are destined to be forgiven and forgotten. It's easy to forget what you can't see.

Keep the kitchen alive.

When food is not shared with those around you, cooking loses its main purpose. In addition, even Martha Stewart's most delicious recipes are tasteless when you're not talking to the people at the table. With these facts in mind, experimenting together in the kitchen could be the perfect opportunity for you to enjoy each other's company. It will spark light-hearted conversations that will lighten the mood. You must also practice teamwork. After all, you don't want your stomach to suffer.

Think back to the day you started your journey.

Get out your wedding album and flip through your happy times together. Didn't she dazzle you with her blooming halo? How did he manage to get the garter off your leg? How many times did your guests clink glasses to witness the prelude to your honeymoon? Your wedding photos document how happy you were and how happy you were with each other. Can you simply let it slip away?

Allow yourself to be of service to others.

A marriage in crisis can also be overcome by sacrifice. Giving up your soccer playoff tickets to go window shopping or canceling a belly dancing class at the gym to have a big meal you could eat could mean being willing to go the extra mile. These gestures will have a positive impact on your relationship. When you spend more quality time together, fidelity will be nurtured. It will make you feel good about your married life.

Tie your tie tightly in bed.

In the room, you can be unpretentious. In this sense, it is the best place to enrich your love for each other. Go to bed together. Snuggle under the covers, have as many pillow fights or pillow talks as you can, and listen to your favorite love songs. Explore and satisfy your spouse's sensual needs. Get turned on. No one peaks.

Communicate love.

If you agree with Charles Noble's famous quote, "First we make habits, then habits shape us," you believe that expressing your love to your spouse every day is not an ordinary routine. It shapes the way you treat your spouse. Don't reserve your words of deep affection only for special occasions. You should always express your love for your spouse.

Your marriage doesn't have to end in misery. If you both do everything you can to save your marriage in crisis, then time will ensure that it succeeds. Instead of focusing on the negative aspects, engage yourself in activities that will keep love alive. Of course, every couple has the right to live happily ever after.


About the Creator

Shi Wei

I like to travel, but I don't like to arrive at my destination.

Reader insights

Be the first to share your insights about this piece.

How does it work?

Add your insights


There are no comments for this story

Be the first to respond and start the conversation.

Sign in to comment

    Find us on social media

    Miscellaneous links

    • Explore
    • Contact
    • Privacy Policy
    • Terms of Use
    • Support

    © 2023 Creatd, Inc. All Rights Reserved.