Some women feel that it’s really a bad thing to remain single. Some who reach the age of 30 get overly worried about this situation.
But you know, what’s worse than being single is being involved wit…

Some women feel that it’s really a bad thing to remain single. Some who reach the age of 30 get overly worried about this situation.

But you know, what’s worse than being single is being involved with and or being married to the wrong person.

The following guidelines will help-
the single woman in search of the ‘right one’ and,
the ‘involved’ woman in determining if this relationship is the ‘right one’

1. open communication
If the lines are open, then any relationship is ‘workable’. Being able to say what you feel at the time you feel it is important. This ensures honesty and assures acceptance in any relationship.

2. common interests
If there is common ground to work on then any relationship will thrive. Being able to enjoy conversations, activities, and other passions that are held important and worthwhile by both parties will certainly cause their relationship to flourish throughout the years.

3. intellectual compatibility
If one can communicate on a level that the other will ‘understand’ then both parties will never run out of things to talk about. Being able to relate to one’s partner is key to lifelong companionship.

4. sexual compatibility
Though sex is not the reason for any marriage, it plays a vital part. Being able to satisfy one’s partner and to be satisfied by one’s partner in the area of physical intimacy is key to an AFFAIR-PROOF marriage. Couples must be able to openly and honestly discuss their preferences and or desires in this area.

5. spirituality
Marriage IS an institution appointed by God. He blesses it, sanctifies it, and guides it to success. Common faith in and dependence on the Bible and its truths will cause any marriage to survive trials and testings that will challenge the marriage. There is peace, satisfactionArticle Submission, and assurance from seeking God and His will in your marital relationship.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lyka serves with her husband in two religious organizations, which are both training and equipping ministries. She’s a  teacher to her homeschooled kids. She’s also involved in an online center for ministry wives. Visit their resource portal at http://mwfrc.blogspot.com