The important key rule in marriage is taking responsibility for each other’s actions
A very important key rule in marriage is taking responsibility for each other’s actions. Supposing you hit another car, cause an accident, and come home and you tell your spouse that you caused an accident.
Now, if the spouse takes responsibility for your action, he thinks doesn’t matter if you caused it or he caused it he will take the initiative in finding out what should be done now, rather than how did you do it, why do you always do it, where were you when this accident happened? I told you many times to be careful while driving now the insurance will increase and this will make an impact on our monthly expenses.
All these things mean the spouse is not taking responsibility for your action, your actions are your actions and you shouldn’t be held responsible for that. Now, in marriage, the key is to take responsibility for each other’s actions. You were cooking something and it got burned. The other person’s response should be Don’t worry, I will help you cook something else or we can remove the part which is not burnt or we can get something from outside and he should feel that even this could have been done by him as well or her as well. So, taking responsibility for each other’s actions is the key and not holding other people accountable for whatever wrong happens.
Taking responsibility for each other’s mistakes and wrong actions make you a stronger team
And most of the time I have seen this happening between couples when children come into the picture and if the child is not doing something acceptable, so one holds responsible the other person for the behavior of the child, and they both do not act like a team together. And a child makes the best use of that. Taking responsibility for each other’s misdoings wrongdoings bad actions make you a stronger team. And taking advantage of other people to your benefit makes you a weaker team.
The definition of a relationship is standing by your partner through thick and thin, regardless of how tough it might be.
Standing with your partner through thick and thin is the definition of this relationship. Whatever happens, you are also equally responsible. So very important, that hold the other person in high esteem and take care of his state of existence in whatever way form, or shape he or she is and feel responsible for his condition and help him or navigate through that condition and be better if he is not doing something the way you expect him to do.
So, taking responsibility for each other’s actions come to work me is the key to a team of marital partners. If you fail, both of you fail. If you succeed, both of you succeed. Your wins are together, your losses are together. So digging this equation into the account can make you a tight-knit team. And it will be easier to bring up your children together. Thank you
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