I encourage you to date your spouse, pursue them whole-heartedly, and understand that dating shouldn’t end just because you said, “I do.”
– Jarrid Wilson
Sometimes a marriage gets stale and monotonous, and we forget to continue learning about our spouse. The same is true in long term relationships, no matter if you’re gay, straight, bi, or whatever. Often times, we forget why we got married or who it is we married when life gets busy and stressful. Our spouse gets neglected, and the marriage fails. I experienced things like this in my marriage…although it was for different reasons. However, I’ve seen it happen in those around me, and I’ve even seen it in some family members’ marriages.
We get married, and then we stop dating. The children arrive, we work more, life gets busier, and before we know it we’re left with an empty house and two people who have no idea who the other truly is anymore. When we say our vows, we promise not to let anyone get in the way…
View original post 698 more words