Marriage is not a business ground.. both parties must contribute their quarters to make it work
Partners have become so competitive and transactional in their approach to marriage life. This by all means, redefines the very essence of marriage in our growing societies.
So many single folks, especially the ladies have concluded that whoever comes for their hands in marriage must be rich in all financial ways. But they forget to remember money can disappear any time if not well managed.
Both the husband and wife must show a progressive and unfailing commitment to push the marriage forward.
If you are a wife or a husband and all you want is finding all avenue to rip your partner off all in the name of marriage you are not only wicked but a clog in the wheel of progress.
If you are a husband always cheating or taking advantage of your wife monetarily because God has blessed her financially, you are the worse partner God ever created…..yes!
Likewise, if you are a wife and all you do is find all possible loopholes to cheat, take and extort from your husband without any iota of pity for him, you should know you are not loyal to him and you are a perfect example of the Biblical Delilah and your practice is witchcraft and you can never progress with your deeds. Just ask yourself, what did Delilah gain and how did she end after transacting Samson with his enemies?
Marriage is growth in the possible direction and can never work when both parties do not support each other.
The attitude and mindset of many spouses during dating or relationship is what they transfer into marriage. This is why it is imperative for younger folks to understand what relationship is meant for before embarking on it.
A well managed relationship leads to having a good marriage. If you are having a bad relationship at the moment, it’s either you start making things right or you end it. Don’t think “MARRIAGE” will change things for good, it mostly doesn’t. Most times, it ends worse than you one can imagine.
Love and life is about sharing, not giving and taking: but giving and giving.