I am getting married in November 2012. It is an arranged marriage and was fixed in Oct 2011.
Since the time the marriage was fixed, I and my fiancé’ faced a lot of obstacles (including obstacles from relatives etc.) and the dates were postponed twice.
I now want to ensure a happy married life. Although it is an arranged marriage, I want to ensure that I give my partner a lot of love, respect and affection.
I am very happy about the marriage. Congratulations and Best of luck for everything in life.
You are the only person who asked me “I want to give my partner a lot of love, respect and affection.”
My special prayers will be there for you and your husband.
As and when any obstacle comes, just say, “I submit this to the feet of Divine” and move ahead.
Don’t have any ill feeling towards anybody.
- Thank the marriage day in advance.
- Thank your parents, his parents and all those who are involved in performing this marriage.
- Thank the marriage hall.
- Thank the cook.
- Thank the attendees.
- Think and thank everyone who is involved in this marriage.
- Chant “SWEET CHESTNUT, WALNUT, HORNBEAM, TOGETHER DIVINE ORDER”
My husband never talks to me lot but talks to other girls and women.
When we go to function he shares all his works to other women which he has not told me. If I call him to any place he says no time, but spend time for his mom and his sisters.
I want my husband to respect me and share only to me.
Do you respect your husband?
Yes I respect him, help him a lot and I tell all the things to him before he asks or others tell him.
But many a times I have come to know about him from others – business or family matters. Only if I ask him he will say. I feel hurt at that time.
He wants me to invite his brother and sis-in-law, but argues with me and starts a fight. But never ask them a word if they talk false of me.
Do the forgiving exercise.
Write TOGETHER DIVINE daily 100 times and 11 times with the left hand (if you are a right-hander)
Please check out this blog: http://findlifeanswers.wordpress.com/2012/03/13/i-deserve-respect/