Problems In Day To Day Life

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Problems in My Day to Day Life

One of my problems in my day to day life is not having more valuable time with my spouse. We both work and go to school and there is just a few hours during the day to see each other everyday. When it comes to seeing each other during those free hours there seems to be less valuable time together, because of the day to day barriers and conflicts we encounter.
This problem becomes more conflicting when barriers such as watching television and surfing the web comes into play. Every day there seems to be some type of different sports game on television, and when it comes to watching sports, men tend to not pay attention to anything, not even people they love such as their spouses. That's when conflicts get started and the ladies get really mad, because they get no attention. Typically men usually bond by doing ...view middle of the document...

Even though family members and friends can give you good advice on how to manage your marriage, is not always good to follow everything that they say, because that advise can make you better, or break your relationship, because everybody has different thoughts.
Communication is always the key in any relationship but since you see your spouse everyday, the routine of your day takes away from spontaneous conversations. Everything change when you get married, when dating there was no such thing as communication problems with the girlfriend. Back in those days you could talk for hours and hours on end. Each story was listened to with devout attention, you were so interested in each other that there was no endless supply to the conversation. But ones you get married everything totally changes, because you see each other everyday less to talk about.
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My solution for this problem of not having enough valuable time with my spouse, will be to ease off more on the sports games on television. By cutting of on the sports will help me to communicate and conversate more with my spouse and it will make her happier at the same time. I know for the fact that while men loves sports, women hate them because they get no attention at all. Another possible solution will be to have a better understanding of each other, because if men and women understood how the other ticks, many communication problems could be alleviated.
In conclusion while people get into trouble in their marriage because they have not developed their abilities to listen and communicate, they marry for one reason and one reason only. They want to spend the rest of their lives with their partner together. In order to have a successful marriage communication is key. With that being said, hopefully I can change my day to day problem and have more valuable time with my spouse so that the good relationship that we have can last forever.

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