Interdependency, or being able to depend on each other, is part of what makes a marriage special and successful. Dependability is one of the top qualities people look for in a spouse, and it should be. If one or both of you can’t depend on each other, the viability of your marriage is questionable.
When you make a promise to your spouse or say you’ll do something for your spouse or family and then you don’t keep your word, you’re letting your spouse down and hurting your marriage. Keeping your word and following through on your promises helps to reinforce the trust that your spouse has in you. Not keeping your word tells your spouse that you simply don’t care, whether or not that’s actually true. It makes your spouse feel unloved or unimportant as if he or she isn’t worth the effort, and it probably makes you feel bad too.
Please Follow, subscribe, comment, and share. Click on the link below On the PLAY NOW button to listen to the audio… Where I read this article to you
Look back on your life and ask yourself;
“What is the most uncomfortable thing I have ever done intentionally to make my life comfortable today, tomorrow, the day after, the years after?”
For the things God has given us control over, like the power to make wealth, whatever is going on in my life right now, I deserve it. So do you.
Decide and Do.