Sharing Your Dreams and Goals As Married Couples Makes A Lot Of Difference

Marriage is always in progression. The two individuals in the marital relationship journey in stages and grow continuously.

This marital growth entails a lot of commitment, trust, effort and reciprocity. Healthy and well built marriages are not by chance, but are worked upon.

The basic element of “being one” in marriage is companionship. Like friends, couples are open with each other’s interests, dreams and goals.  

A married couple often will find it difficult to deal with certain problems when there is no common goal that is established. Goals enable the couple to realize that both are not competing, instead, working together and needing one another’s help.

Married couples should cooperate and work for these dreams and goals with all dedication and devotion.
Should both you and your spouse’s goals appear to be much different, as they sometimes do, never give up. Talk and recognize both your needs that each goal can satisfy.  You can discover during the process that you both have similar dreams and goals; it was just the direction that was different.  And this can be dealt with as you talk. 

The significant thing here is to share similar priorities as well as personal values in life together with your spouse, that when you take the time to communicate with each other regarding your needs and motivations, you will be surprised to learn that you both have identical dreams and goals. 

Goals can center on your children, the family as a whole, your individual careers, your possessions and your pastimes.

The following are guidelines to better understand and relate with your partner's goals:
1.    Know your spouse.  Pay close attention to his or her habits and values.

2.    Bond and respond.  Whatever that goes on within your spouse’s life, in his/her career, you know that there are dreams and goals in each aspect.  So be sensitive and take part; worry and celebrate in his accomplishments.

3.    Let your spouse influence you.  Be willing to share in his/her decisions.  Understand his/her goals and when you do not agree at some point, at least support him or her..

4.    Compromise.  When your goals do not exactly match, know when to put the brakes if you feel that the conversation is becoming confrontational.  Be calm and tolerant.

When you both have strong appreciation and understanding of all your dreams and goals you become closer together as a married couple, it makes married life a lot more pleasant and easier to handle.  After all, you are partners in life.

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