When you do what’s important to your spouse in the same way that you do what’s important to you, you will start building yourself a healthy marriage.  On the other hand, when you disregard the things that are important to your spouse and only concern yourself with what is important to you, you will begin to diminish the health of your marriage. How you and your spouse regard and take care of one another in your marriage will determine the fate of your marriage. You and your spouse chose to have a lifetime commitment to one another, so make that commitment worthwhile and take good care of one another.

The following is a list of 9 things that can ruin your marriage, my advice is to not get involved in any of these activities that will ruin your marriage over time. I provide this list so that you can be reminded of what not to do when taking care of your husband or wife that you chose to be with for a lifetime. You may not know what will happen throughout the days, months and years of your marriage, but there is one thing that you can count on. When you follow God’s ordained plan for your marriage, He will be there to see you through all the way .

So, here is the list: 9 Things That Can Ruin A Marriage

  1. Taking advice from friends who know nothing about being married

  2. Not being willing to take ownership for the wrong that could be corrected

  3. Considering divorce as an option while walking down the aisle to be married

  4. Refusing to receive professional Godly advice

  5. Refusing to listen to that which is important to your spouse

  6. Ignoring the issues of your marriage, assuming they will take care of themselves

  7. Taking the advice of parents, family, and friends over that of your spouse

  8. Not giving your spouse the right to lodge a complaint against you

  9. Being sure that divorce is the only option and refusing to think otherwise

So there you have it – 9 Things That Can Ruin Your Marriage

If there is trouble in your marriage, fix it by getting some type of credible help.

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Consider the Following Scriptures

Philippians 2:4 “Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.” (ESV)

Matthew 19:6 “So then, they are no longer two but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate.” (NKJV)