There really is no one-size-fits-all template for this. Every relationship is as unique as the two people in it and so is its purpose. Not to mention, different seasons of a relationship and the lives of those in it will require regular adjustments in expectations.
The alternative title to this post is: The reality after the hero and the heroine ride/drive off into the sunset. Ha!
Last month for the Marriage Bed series, I wrote on Becoming A Life Partner and the reality that there are no ready-made partners. No one is born pre-configured to be the greatest there ever was at relationships.
Today, I want to go a bit deeper into what it means to work on yourself in the journey to becoming a better life partner.
We learn what to give and receive in relationships from the influences around us right from an early age. From being married, having married friends, and being quite involved in ministry in the context of relationships, I can tell you that many things people grapple with in their relationships emanate from their childhood not even their adulthood.
I’ve written about the power of first introduction before…
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