How Eating Right, Exercising Protect Your Marriage, According to Dr. Phil

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downloadBy: Krystle Crossman

Almost half of all marriages end in divorce. Many of those marriages ended because a spouse was unfaithful to the other. Cheating can be devastating to the person who is cheated on. Don’t let your marriage fall victim to an affair.

According to psychologist and television personality Dr. Phil, “There are no guarantees that you or your spouse will never cheat, but you can do your best to inoculate yourself against infidelity by plugging into your marriage”.

The following are the ways to “affair proof” your marriage:

1. Relationships are not a one-sided thing. You both must put into the relationship what you want to get out of it. Give your marriage 100% and you will be surprised at the things that you get in return.

2. If your marriage falls into a rut do what you can to spice things up. Be spontaneous and book a surprise romantic weekend getaway. Recreate your first date to get you back into the mindset of when everything was fresh and new. Try something new in the bedroom. Whatever it is that you do, make sure that you get out of the boring rut that you are in and add some passion back into the marriage.

3. Just because you don’t need to impress anyone to get a date anymore doesn’t mean that you should let yourself go. Continue to take care of yourself by exercising and eating right so that you can always look as good as when you and your spouse first met. This shows that you care about yourself and you care about being the best that you can be for your partner.

4. When you have a problem in your relationship talk about it instead of ignoring it or walking away. The silent treatment is one of the worst things that you can do during an argument. Communication is key to a good relationship.

5. Stop trying to live a fantasy life and be happy with the relationship that you have. Do not compare yourself to the romance novel wife or to someone acting in a movie. Those are fantasies. The reality is that marriages are hard work but if you focus on being happy with what you have and stop comparing your relationship to unrealistic things you will be much better off in the long run.

6. Even when things are going really well in your marriage, work on it. Think every day about little things that you could do that could make your spouse even happier. Even if it is something like making his favorite dinner or getting him a little gift just because.

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7 Comments

  1. Dr Phil is full of isht. There is no eating or exercise program that is going to save a marriage or stop a man from cheating. Men who are born and trained to be appeasers can’t control what the little head tells them to do, period. Maybe HE needs to eat right and exercise so she won’t cheat on HIM. Men becomes “slobs” themselves.

  2. FYI: Dr Phil is a typical philosophical krakka man pretend psych who thinks ALL women should be white, pencil Twig thin, blonde, and have only blue or green eyes, too.

  3. I totally agree with this. Being married for ten years, my husband and I completely understand that we have to keep things fresh, interesting, and spontaneous. You can never get too “comfortable” or “satisfied”, because we have watched many couples fall apart due to boredom and lack of excitement.

  4. obesity, esp in the black community, is an epidemic and it without a doubt will lead a man to cheat .. Im no cheater but I hate the fact that now days most women do not care and will choose the sweets over the gym!!!! just saying!!!

  5. Uh…Dr. Phil yet again gives us droll and humdrum advice. Nothing about this post was inspiring or particularly helpful.

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