Why Is It Important to Make Time for Each Other in a Marriage?
Every marriage is different. When it comes to divorce, each couple has their own unique reasons and frustrations that lead to the dissolution of the marriage. Some of these issues are often more common and universal than many people may realize. Making the leap from being a married couple to becoming a family with a child (or children) can obviously be incredibly rewarding. But it can also be exhausting and put a tremendous amount of strain on a marriage. The family law professionals at Oxendine Law discuss the importance of finding quality alone time with your spouse after having kids.
We understand that with so many time-consuming responsibilities, it can be difficult to make time for each other. Between work, housekeeping, childcare, and everything else, it’s hard not to be completely exhausted by the end of the day. However, even just a bit of time after the kids have gone to bed to hang out and be together (just the two of you) is very healthy for any marriage. Whether you’re talking about your days, enjoying a tv show, or even just reading together and sharing a common space, it’s critical not to lose what was so special about your relationship before becoming parents.
Check out this recent clip, where Oxendine Law managing partner and family law expert Jarrod Oxendine discusses what people can do to avoid becoming disconnected from your spouse after having kids:
No one ever wants their marriage to end with a divorce. But in the case that it does, it is extremely important to have an expert like the professionals at Oxendine Law on your side. Our attorneys pride themselves on being there to help our clients in any way they can to help deliver the best possible outcome from their legal proceedings. For more information on our family law services or to schedule a family law consultation appointment, contact Oxendine Law at (770) 497-8688 today. We offer meetings in person, over the phone, or by video conference. You can also follow along with us on Facebook and Instagram for additional family law news, tips, radio clips, and much more.