Why Men Wont Commit To MarriageWritten by Jenny Clair
A common reason why men wont commit could be due to their past. Men wont commit if they have witnessed their parents in past arguing or rowing. Their childhood memories could be that of an unhappy one. They may not have been brought up in a happy family atmosphere. If their parents didn’t get on together then they would have seen this situation as normal family life. Men will be much more cautious of committing themselves to a stable relationship if they have been brought up in an unhappy environment.
It is not until men experience a different family relationship that they gradually realise that not all families argue and row. They see how families relate to one another in a different light. They see them talk and discuss situations, plan and negotiate with one another, make arrangements to go out together as a family and, above all, make sure that everyone in that family is happy with all arrangements. This is a situation that works for most families and once a man experiences this for himself he then knows that all families are brough up differently.
It is then, with great care, that he realises that he too would one day like to become part of a happy family. Now that this has opened his eyes he may wish to consider a long term engagement. It will take a long time to convince a man that he doesn’t need to be afraid of commitment. If he takes a relationship slowly then he will gradually see for himself that he too can be part of a caring, sharing, happy family.
Trust in MarriageWritten by Jenny Clair
A couple should trust each other in many ways. When they meet new people they are expected to be trusted not to wonder from a marriage. Not to have an affair or become involved with anyone else. Trust in marriage is also needed when keeping finances under control. A couple should trust one another to respect each other for example when couples have a joint bank account it is on trust that you both use account responsibly and trust that it will not be abused by either of you.
A ‘trust marriage’ means to be reliable, honest, confident, consistent and dependant upon one another. Once you have earnt someone’s trust life becomes much easier. There is no worry of jealousy between couples. Wherever you go you know you are being trusted to do right thing and you have a wealth of respect for each other. There is nothing worse than when couples do not trust each other in marriage. A ‘trust marriage’ should be loyal, amicable and have no confrontations.
Life is too short to become burdened with problems. If a couple pull together at all times then this is what makes a strong ‘trust marriage‘. You should want to help each other as much as you can and be there for each other as often as you can. When two people love each other and trust each other then life is more relaxed between two of you and there us not tension in atmosphere. When two people pull together they can achieve a life time of trust in their marriage. There are no boundaries set, no limits to keep within, no secrets withheld and no misunderstandings between each other. In fact, a ‘trust marriage’ should run in complete harmony.
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