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Is the Honeymoon Over?

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For example, to have a beautiful flower garden, you need to remove weeds, fertilize and water the plants, plant new flowers and more. If you do not constantly create or postulate the flower garden, it dies away. A marriage is the same way.

If you and your spouse are postulating your family and marriage, the spark comes back. The honeymoon continues. Nothing can come along and ruin things.

Example: "He seduced my wife and ruined my marriage" is another way of saying, "I ignored my marriage for two years, so she found someone who wanted to create a relationship with her."

Example: "He's a pig. He ignores me, drinks beer and watches television all night" really means, "I'm not putting anything into the marriage that he enjoys."

Example: "She won't be as affectionate as she was on our honeymoon" is the same thing as saying, "I've stopped being romantic like I was on our honeymoon."

If you build a desk, it sits there indefinitely. You only need to create it once. If you could just create a marriage one time like a desk, everyone would have a happy marriage. However, it does not work that way.

A happy marriage or happy family is a living, breathing, dynamic relationship. It requires constant creation by everyone in the relationship, on a daily basis.

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