Best 31 of Marriage counseling quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 15 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

A kiss a day keeps your wife's wrath away.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Try to respond to your partner instead of reacting.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Johnnie Dent Jr.

A wife's power is not to prove her husband but rather to improve him.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Compatibility doesn't determine the fate of a marriage, how you deal with the incompatibilities, does.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sanjeev Himachali

A successful marriage needs much more than, love, care, and feelings. A woman can choose to be totally submissive in a marriage, like in a patriarchal set-up where she will have a happy married life, but not guaranteed if she will be happy or not. Or she can decide on what makes her happy and choose that life. Marriage is not about the happiness of one person at the cost of other.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Ben Zehabe

Every friend, every neighbor, and every family member wishes that you retain your golden heart. No one wants to see your love sullied. Yet, they all know a dark circumstance will find you eventually. Know this: You are being hunted--like game. Life will knock you down with some unexpected misfortune. Resolve now, to help your partner get back up. Only a determined family kills its wounded. When everyone else abandons him, come back for your husband. pg 55

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rollo Tomassi

Every touchy-feely therapist will tell you to open up and express yourself, but all that leads to is the negotiation of desire and the disingenuous obligations based on those terms.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Deborah Moggach

Douglas Ainslie: Look. Can you hear yourself? Can you? Do you have any idea what a terrible person you have become? All you give out is this endless negativity, a refusal to see any kind of light and joy, even when it's staring you in the face, and a desperate need to squash any sign of happiness in me or... or... or... anyone else. It's a wonder that I don't fling myself at the first kind word or gesture that comes my way, but I don't, ou... ou... ou... out of some sense of dried-up loyalty and respect, neither of which I ever bloody get in return. Jean, his wife: [long pause] I checked my emails. There's one from Laura.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Roy B. Blizzard

It was during my study in Israel that I came to the realization that most of what I had learned in my courses in religion in the United States was outdated or in error. In order to understand what the biblical position is on any subject and, particularly on the subject of sex, one has to do it from a Hebrew perspective.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Johnnie Dent Jr.

Relationship math suggests that It is rare for two people to enter marriage and one person is to blame for everything that goes wrong

By Anonym 16 Sep

Angel H. Davis

God does not call us to something without equipping us to do it. He faithfully gives us everything we need to walk with Him into the abundant life.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Johnnie Dent Jr.

The power a wife is not to prove her husband but to improve him.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

A good marriage, where both partners are exclusively committed to each other, keeps them healthier both physiologically and psychologically, by directly influencing the nervous system and immune system.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Michael S. Joyner

No Matter What, When, Where or Who … He is Forever My Daddy ~ MJ

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

Don't constantly make angry your wife. Once she throws you out of her heart, there is no appeal

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

I thought there was no use for me in reading Sun Tzu and Machiavelli because I am neither a warrior nor a politician, but it turned out to be useful when I married

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rose Franken

It was funny how she valued his respect--hardly any married people she knew seemed to have that feeling toward each other, yet it was a point of pride in both of them to maintain a level of mutual regard.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

My wife does not need the whole country to play politics with. We are only the two of us at home but she plays the highest form of politics with me. That’s why I don't understand her ways. I think I need to do a bit of political science to understand her

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

Married life is not for the faint hearted. Sometimes it can look like an ugly battlefield

By Anonym 15 Sep

David W. Jones

Comparing marriage to football is no insult. I come from the South where football is sacred. I would never belittle marriage by saying it is like soccer, bowling, or playing bridge, never. Those images would never work, only football is passionate enough to be compared to marriage. In other sports, players walk onto the field, in football they run onto the field, in high school ripping through some paper, in college (for those who are fortunate enough) they touch the rock and run down the hill onto the field in the middle of the band. In other sports, fans cheer, in football they scream. In other sports, players ‘high five’, in football they chest, smash shoulder pads, and pat your rear. Football is a passionate sport, and marriage is about passion. In football, two teams send players onto the field to determine which athletes will win and which will lose, in marriage two families send their representatives forward to see which family will survive and which family will be lost into oblivion with their traditions, patterns, and values lost and forgotten. Preparing for this struggle for survival, the bride and groom are each set up. Each has been led to believe that their family’s patterns are all ‘normal,’ and anyone who differs is dense, naïve, or stupid because, no matter what the issue, the way their family has always done it is the ‘right’ way. For the premarital bride and groom in their twenties, as soon as they say, “I do,” these ‘right’ ways of doing things are about to collide like two three hundred and fifty pound linemen at the hiking of the ball. From “I do” forward, if not before, every decision, every action, every goal will be like the line of scrimmage. Where will the family patterns collide? In the kitchen. Here the new couple will be faced with the difficult decision of “Where do the cereal bowls go?” Likely, one family’s is high, and the others is low. Where will they go now? In the bathroom. The bathroom is a battleground unmatched in the potential conflicts. Will the toilet paper roll over the top or underneath? Will the acceptable residing position for the lid be up or down? And, of course, what about the toothpaste? Squeeze it from the middle or the end? But the skirmishes don’t stop in the rooms of the house, they are not only locational they are seasonal. The classic battles come home for the holidays. Thanksgiving. Which family will they spend the noon meal with and which family, if close enough, will have to wait until the nighttime meal, or just dessert if at all? Christmas. Whose home will they visit first, if at all? How much money will they spend on gifts for his family? for hers? Then comes for many couples an even bigger challenge – children of their own! At the wedding, many couples take two candles and light just one often extinguishing their candle as a sign of devotion. The image is Biblical. The Bible is quoted a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one. What few prepare them for is the upcoming struggle, the conflict over the unanswered question: the two shall become one, but which one? Two families, two patterns, two ways of doing things, which family’s patterns will survive to play another day, in another generation, and which will be lost forever? Let the games begin.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Curt Hamner

EVERYDAY ADVENTURE: LIVING THE MYSTERY OF MARRIAGE “See marriage as the high risk, even heroic, adventure that it is, in which one risks one's all in a partnership, filled with hope, 'till death do us part.” Leon R. Kass, Wing to Wing and Oar to Oar Every marriage, family, church and community needs to have a conversation about the future of marriage. This conference is the place to begin to prepare yourself for these crucial conversations.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Marriage is not a competition. Marriage is completion of two souls.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

Sometimes divorce is the best thing that can happen to marriage

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

I came into marriage with love but when I got there she refused the dictatorship and fled away, I and my wife are looking for her. Anyone who finds her please contact us. We swear not to harm her again

By Anonym 17 Sep

Dave Samples

Men are a compilation of every experience and relationship they have ever lived through. Some experiences have bettered your man while others have battered him. The man standing before you is the result of a lifetime of surviving.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Dennis Adonis

It will always be foolish to ask a cheater if they would ever cheat on you.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Chinelo Okparanta

You'll marry your studies? Marry your books? You already have one degree but you want another. You'll marry your degrees?