9 Words to Avoid in your Marriage
Words can build a relationship. It is also words that can pull down a strong relationship. No matter the challenges that you may be facing in your relationship it is expedient that you strive to speak words of edification in your relationship, for every word spoken has a way of affecting the psychological and emotional makeup of your spouse.
Please note that this write-up is designed specifically for married women.
Here are some of the words to avoid in your Marriage:
– Criticism: Avoid criticizing your husband. Don’t even say it is a constructive criticism. There is nothing like that when you use constructive with criticism, it is like when you say sweet smelling excreta. Don’t criticize your husband.
– Lies: Don’t tell lie, say the truth always, put the devil to shame.
– Abusive words: Don’t ever abuse your husband or his family; you will definitely regret it if you do.
– Murmuring: Avoid murmuring, speak your heart out. Murmuring is not a communication; speak out’ let your husband know what you want.
– Nagging: Your nag can be dangerous; you can NEVER win a man by nagging him.
– Curses: No matter how angry you are; don’t curse your husband. That won’t solve your problem, it will only aggravate it. Bless only, don’t curse.
– Threatening: Don’t issue a threat, don’t threaten to divorce, separate, kill yourself, kill somebody, etc. it is a sign of immaturity.
– Leaking of secrets: Avoid leaking any secret between you and your husband to somebody, don’t ever do it.
– Outburst in angry: Some women tongues do
become poisonous like the tongue of a snake whenever they are angry. They speak to hurt, to pull down, to destroy, to reveal secrets and to make sad and unhappy. This is very wrong; anger is not the problem but what you do with your anger.
Culled from Bisi Adewale’s How to Win Your Husband’s Love and Attention