How to Build a Meaningful Jewish Relationship
Marriage was meant to be an once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon. This is where one person would devote their entire life to be with another. In today’s world, this devotion would not last till death, but in many cases relationships would not even make it to three years. There have been many cases in which people get married and then split up in just a month. So what exactly is causing this worldwide pandemic of failed marriages or failed relationships? Is this inevitable or can we do something about it?
The first thing people forget to do in a jewish relationship is to put their better half ahead of themselves. Well, this simple act of selflessness is the basis of a lot of religions. If only people would put others ahead of themselves, then the world would be a better place. A relationship doesn’t require you to sacrifice yourself for the whole world--just for the person you care about the most. If you would put your partner’s needs above your own and she likewise, there would be no issues in what both of you would want.
You should be able to relay all your thoughts and feelings instead of just keeping them accumulated inside. Communication is not just having something to talk about like issues and future plans, it also entails being absolutely truthful. Any problems you have should immediately be out in the open. Lying would just lead to more and more lies and one day it would be so big and complex, there is no way back. Being truthful from the very beginning would clear any traffic that you would have in your communication bridge.
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