Good day friends, welcome to today’s episode of #adamandeve. Today, we will be discussing “7 WRONG REASONS TO GET MARRIED”. Do invite your friends to follow the conversation.
Saturdays, tons of ‘owambe’ weddings happen & it seems everyone is in a hurry to “catch the bae” & feature on Bella naija.
It’s February and there’s a major countdown to the “love season” February 14th the frenzy is high. If care is not taken, a lot of single people will come under pressure and depression.
The decision to marry is the biggest decision that most people make in a lifetime, it is safer to make that decision carefully.
Marriage is hard work, but so is divorce. Marriage is a delicate issue. The wrong choice of a spouse can cause an irreparable damage to one’s life.
If you buy a wrong house, car or television set, you can make do with it for a time and after a while, replace it. However when you marry the wrong person, you have made a wrong choice that would last a life time.
WHEN YOU MARRY FOR THE WRONG REASON, YOU MOST LIKELY HAVE MARRIED THE WRONG PERSON.
Reason Not to marry 1; Continue reading
Good day friends welcome to another episode of #adamandeve. Today, we will continue our discussions from previous weeks. I do hope this discussion has been very helpful.
In continuation from last week, there are some factors that need to be considered before marriage happens. Is he or she accountable? This is being answerable to somebody else and this is needed for days when trouble wants to crop up.
The foundation of any relationship is trust, be it in a family bond, a work relationship, and especially in a marriage. The other person should be able to rely on, not just the truth of your words, but on dependability and consistency of your actions.
The basis of that trust is accountability. Can you trust each other’s words? Is there consistency of actions and attitude?
When couples are mutually accountable they allow for total access into each other’s lives. They can trust each other. Accountability must be more than a noble declaration. It must become a lifestyle or else, it will not work.
Decision making: Does he seek your input before making decisions, especially one that affects both of you?