Your Wedding Ceremony - A Dove Release Can Encourage Tender Care at Your Perfect Wedding Ceremony by MarijanStefanovic


									Your Wedding Ceremony - A Dove Release Can Encourage Tender Care at Your Perfect
Wedding Ceremony Have you ever watched a pair of doves together? They spend a lot of
time preening and cooing. They groom one another and they offer one another comfort.
It's actually quite inspiring. It's something that many of us just zip by. But it might be
worth a second look. It might be worth incorporating those doves into your wedding
ceremony so that you can incorporate that tender care into your wedding vows and then
your marriage. I was at the wedding reception of one of my couples once and I watched
this couple as they went through the buffet line. They were Chinese, and I believe that
this is a traditional part of the wedding party. But as they chose food, they reached
without hesitation for the best pieces, choosing very carefully. When they hurried back to
the table, they proudly presented their piled plate to their partner. When I asked them
about it, they told me, it was a tradition that encouraged them to start their marriage as
they wished it to continue. Both of them knew what the other liked and chose
accordingly. I would have felt so loved. At my own wedding, one of my best girls found
great food for me and for Steve, but it never crossed our minds to go and get wonderful
food for one another. The obligation to care tenderly for one another should probably be a
staple in the wedding vows. It's probably already a staple in your relationship, you just
want to keep encouraging it! Here are a few ways to think about how what you say in
your wedding ceremony might translate into your marriage and enrich it! Be aware of
where your partner is and what they are up to. Don't just share your day with your
partner, make sure you enquire after theirs. Make a date with your partner. Beloved
Brides, this is not just the purview of your Groom. Take One another out now and again.
Take them somewhere they would like to go! Cook, fetch and purchase for your partners.
This is a reciprocal obligation. It says that you are aware your partner is a human being
separate and different from you. A cup of tea, a cold beer, a vase of flowers (or even just
one). Notice what your partner likes and make an offering. Make a habit of making an
offering. (A woman I know was dying of cancer. During chemo, which she was bearing
heroically, she asked her husband for a cup of tea. He told her he didn't feel like getting
that for her right then. She divorced him. And in the 9 months she had left when the
divorce was final, she met and married a man who reveled in giving her massages and
bringing her a cup of tea. There are times when just a cup of tea makes an incredible
difference!) Touch your partner lovingly and not just sexually. Hold hands, trace the
curve of a cheek, rub feet. Do that for the joy of it and not just because you want to make
love. Make time to make love. It's so important. Making love out of bed is very
important, but lovemaking is an important component to keeping the marriage vital.
Remember, it's not only about being solicitous and providing life's comforts both little
and large. It is also about your willingness to receive. Little acts of kindness enrich and
strengthen a marriage. And they add immeasureably to your pleasure. Bottom Line?:
Give your relationship the chance it deserves to succeed wildly, against all odds! After
all, you deserve it. Your relationship deserves it! If you want in-depth pointers, ideas,
information about designing your perfect wedding ceremony, explore my site! And now
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