No woman goes into a marriage expecting to be a bad wife. However, if you aren't communicating with your husband about your needs as well as meeting his needs, your relationship can get seriously out of balance. Marriages, like anything of value, require work and commitment. When you're doing your best to be a good wife, then you'll have a husband who truly appreciates you.
1. Express your feelings and needs. Your husband doesn't have clairvoyant powers. If you want something, ask. If something is wrong, say so. Don't drop hints or figure he'll "come around."
2. Talk to your husband, not about him. Never talk to your friends or your family and say negative things about your husband if you're not communicating with him first. Talking about your husband behind his back is disloyal. When you get married, your first loyalty is to your partner, not to your birth family or your social group.
3. Fight right. Don't let anger take over because it may cause you to say things that you will regret later. Even when you don't agree with your husband, you need to respect his opinion and his viewpoint.
- When you're wrong, admit it. You need to learn to respond to arguments and remain rational so you can recognize and apologize when you've made a misstep.
- Understand that you may never agree on certain issues. No couple has an identical set of morals and beliefs, which means that both of you will need to learn to cope with occasions where you just can't resolve your opinions.
Prioritize Your Sex Life
Schedule sex into your life
- Refresh your sex play
- Kiss passionately
- Make your bedroom a sanctuary for sex.
- Have sex frequently