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fatima22
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Posted on Fri, Jun 19, 2009 04:51

In the beginning couples can't wait to see each other or hear from each other, to a point that if these are not fulfilled, they miss each other tremendously.... After they become a committed item, the eagernes, excitement and romance begin to fade, most often from the part of the guys. Even if the relationship is still strong, and the couples get along real well, somehow the 'sparks' are not the same any more... Why is this so? The chase always seem more thrilling, but once the pursuit is caught, a relaxed atmosphere is adopted .. Girls have a tendency to wish for the initial excitement to prevail, while the guys seem oblivious to this. Any advice for couples to maintain the romance in their relationship?


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Posted on Fri, Sep 04, 2009 06:00

ASalaam wa aley Kum Ramadhan Mubarak fellow Trini


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Posted on Sat, Aug 29, 2009 11:31

Sala'am wa aley kum, As a Muslim Brother I can only speak for myself, but I must also assist my brothers that are unaware of their short comings. in order for the excitement within a relationship to prosper each party (male & Female) should understand their purpose in life and then with each other. It?s a very important foundation to build upon, because then both will understand the unspoken expectation or one another. For instance some couples speak over, or at each other and with each other, we all have strengths and weaknesses and its within the structure that couples should work together on strengthening those weaknesses while complimenting each other simultaneously on positive attributes. The Man should also increase his compassion towards his wife, because unspoken languages are the most communicated in a relationship and often times neglected. This speaks volumes more than the verbal language itself. Refocus on what brought both of you together in the 1st place then write the good things and the things that each of you dislike about the path the relationship is heading, and suggest where both of you would like to go, and what can you do presently to implement those changes. Life without a purpose is dream, Allah created us to master the creation, and to live in harmony with all living and non living beings. When it control us we?ve not fulfilled our true purpose he has intended for us. Insha Allah he knows best,


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Posted on Fri, Aug 14, 2009 12:21

salaams....i agree sis u know its up to us to try and kepp the relationship alive . u know its the litle things that count by a rose. dress up for ur husband all these things will inshallah keep the sparks alive..and most importantly pray and make dua for nothing is possible without the supreme being..Allah......salaams


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Posted on Sat, Jun 27, 2009 07:12

i so agree sis. Very sad that the spice goes out the window. I think we should still court each other even after marriage


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