In marriage, you must trust the one you are with and support him in what he want to do. Let him find joy in you by making things manageable. Be very understanding and patient when things seem to go wrong. Enjoy your marriage life.
Marriage is a partnership, each has to pull their own weight for a successful marriage. First and foremost be honest, when something is bugging you let them know. Second, they are not a whipping post, if you have a bad day it wasn't their fault, suck it up or drop it at the door when you come home. Third, make them feel like a million dollars when they leave the home (no matter how you feel) and they will return barring hugs and kisses. Many people are successful at work because they leave home happy.
Marriage is not a game. God intended for husbands and wives to forge a permanent bond, closer than with any other human. "This explains why a man leaves his father and mother and is joined to his wife in such a way that two become one person." ( Genesis 2:24) Living Bible A marriage mate is thus someone you will stick to---or be stuck with the rest of your life. "However, marriage will bring extra problems that so wish you didn't have to face right now." ( 1 Corinthians 7:28) Living Bible. Marriage is neither a fantasy nor a cure- all for problems. If anything, it presents a whole new set of problems to deal with. Marriage can be a source of rich happiness or of much bitter pain. Much depends upon how ready you are for it. The bible calls rash the person who makes a solemn vow to God, but only ' after vows is he disposed to make examination. "It is foolish and rash to make a promise to The Lord before counting the cost." (Proverbs 20:25) Living Bible. Would it not, then make sense to examine yourself in the light of the Scriptures before you enter into something as serious as a vow of marriage? Just what are your goals in life? How will these be affected by marriage? Do you want to get married simply to experience sex, or to escape problems? Just a few things to think about.