7 Bad Marriage Habits You Should Stop Today ...

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It is important to be careful not to fall into bad marriage habits.

This is all too easily done.

After you get married, it is tempting to get settled in your relationship and be a little more careless with it.

To prevent that from happening, it is best to stay on guard against bad marriage habits rather than try to fix them after they become part of your relationship.

1. Not Talking Enough

As the months and years go by in a marriage, many times couples talk less and less.

This is not a good thing.

We forget that there are still things we don’t know about each other.

You can always share about your day and the things that you experienced while you were apart.

It is important to continue to make time to talk each day and fight off bad marriage habits such as not talking enough.

2. Talking about the Wrong Things

Sometimes when we do talk, we talk about the wrong things.

It is so easy to get caught up in the business of marriage.

It is easy to fall into the habit of only talking about what is going on with the kids, bills and other necessary topics.

Don’t let this be you.

Make a point of making conversation about something else.

Ask your spouse what they are watching on television or how their day went;

talk about anything to get conversation going.

3. Not Dating Anymore

Dating should not end at the altar.

For the best marriage, continue to date each other for all of your lives.

I know that this can be difficult, especially after you have children.

But it is important to get a sitter and go out once in a while.

It really breathes fresh life into your marriage.2

4. Giving up Goodbye Kisses

I think it so sad when a married couple gives up their goodbye kisses.2

I think those little things are what keep the connection between a couple.2

If you have already gotten out of this habit, talk to your spouse about it.3

Tell them you would love it if you started this good habit again.

It is never too late to fix this.

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