After a person has been in a relationship for some period of time, they become too comfortable with their spouse. They believe they can say anything to this individual.
Because communication in a marriage is extremely important, sharing one's thoughts is a very good thing. Or is it?
It seems too often that the words that are said to spouses aren't always nice. People are too quick to insult or say negative things to the ones they're suppose to love. Then they immediately reply, “I was just kidding”.
In too many marriages, the golden rule is completely forgotten. “Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you.” Or in plain terminology: treat people the way you want to be treated.
People don't seem to care about their partners feelings. They believe their come-backs are funny and don't stop to think how their words might hurt.
Knowing when to keep silent is very important. Knowing how to say things that will build up one's spouse is a key to a successful marriage. And sometimes, it is better to remain silent.
Spending quality time with each other is always a good thing. Doing things that both parties enjoy is important.
Take up dancing. The Imperial Dance Studio on 3550 SW 34th Street teaches various types of dances.
There won't be time to talk, you'll be spending time together, and having fun all at the same time.