We all know marriage is hard work, we only have to look at the divorce rates to see that, yet luckily there are a few little tips which may just make for a happier marriage.
It may sound trivial but curing snoring could well be one little tip that could have a big improvement on many peoples marriages. It’s well known that sleepless nights or interrupted sleep has a big negative impact on a person’s behaviour, making them much more irritable and quick to anger. This sort of situation would inevitably lead to more and more arguments, which is never going to be a great way to spend the rest of your marriage.
If snoring is causing you or your partner to lose sleep it might be time to stop snoring and get back to a happy harmonious marriage. There are a number of different snoring aids available to help you eliminate your snoring problem. These can range from simple things such as wearing nose strips and mouth guards to surgery or even sleeping with a tennis ball. If all else fails of course you could always buy ear plugs!
If you do manage to get your snoring under control there are a few other tips for having a great marriage:
Love – most relationships will start with this but how many will lose it along the way. Often it’s not just a simple case of hoping love will stay with you, sometimes you are really going to have to work hard at keeping it.
Compassion – things will go wrong from time to time so it’s always important that you are there for your partner if and when this happens.
Forgiveness – we are all humans and we all make mistakes so it’s important to cut your partner some slack every now and then when they do make mistakes. No relationship can last without forgiveness.
Intimacy – we aren’t just talking sex here, intimacy is so much more. Take time to hold and touch each other, even if it is such simple things as holding hands or staring into each others eyes.
Friendship – not only should you be friends with your partner but should allow them to have friends outside of the relationship as you will both need your own space every now and then.