Wa! For real. It’s not. When we were dating, it was really easy to submit. I mean I would follow my husband, then boyfriend anywhere, probably even jump off the cliff…ok..not really but you get the picture. When we got married and we had differing opinions, he would make the final decision for both of
Finances can be a point of contention in marriage. How do you as a couple handle paying bills and transacting? Joint accounts? Access to each others card and PIN? I believe that transparency in account management can lead to enhanced trust and develops teamwork and team spirit. Afterall, we are working to become one flesh. Genesis
Introduce yourselves Jean Muga: I’m Jean, follower of Christ, Husband to Gee, Father to two children so far and founder of Big Idea Africa a creative communications agency. Also, I’m about to drop my first music album. Gee Muga: I’m Gee, which is short for Gladys. I am a follower of Christ, Wife to Mr.
DH and I talk on a video:
Yes, Lets. As newly weds, my DH and I came with our own expectations about sex. We had different ideas, which sexual activities are “good”, the sex appropriate locations etc. No one really talked to us about sex before marriage…like really talked to us… So it was very exploratory for us. We decided that we
When DH and I were dating, I felt that we were so alike and had so much in common. We both loved travelling and adventure, we both loved music, we loved eating out, we loved hanging out with friends, we loved going to the cinema for movies. Then we got married. The activities we did
DH has found himself asking me more than once why I am so emotional. Truth is, women are emotional thinkers and communicators while men are more logical thinkers and communicators (this could just be me) That’s why when I speak of an issue that affected me, DH is quick to find solutions to fix it.