A marriage demands a lot of attention, love, respect, understanding, and the willingness to make it work. Many times, couples often complain about how things have changed after their marriage and how better off or happier they were during the dating phase.
This is a common complaint of many married couples. But what most fail to understand is that just as you need to woo your partner in the dating phase and be careful about the relationship, the same goes with a marriage. Issues such as physical and emotional intimacy, uncontrolled anger or suppressed anger and hurt, financial matters and even infidelity are a few factors that can create resentment between partners.
Here are 7 tips that can help prevent resentment from destroying your marriage: