Friday, August 14, 2020

Marriage 101 - The Hard Times.



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In this episode, I come clean about the fallacy that I have a perfect marriage and why I believe perfect marriage do not exist.


“Inthe, you make marriage look so easy.” 
“ Inthe, I can’t wait to have a marriage like yours.” 
“ Inthe…your blog makes me want to get married ASAP!”.

Day 44: "The Look Out"

Comments like these make me happy but they are not necessarily true. In this episode, I get real and come clean about the fallacy that I have a perfect marriage and discuss why I believe perfect marriage do not exist.

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10 comments:

Christiana O said...

Absolutely love and agree with this post. So genuine and so true. All you can do is pray and wake up each day determined to make your marriage better. After all is said and done a good marriage is constant work but it pays off.

Thanks for sharing this honest truth.

Anonymous said...

This chick, you are just too real. Love your blog!

IntheMidstofher said...

Chris: I completely agree Mama!

Anonymous: Thank you soo much!!!!

Anosime said...

You are on point, Sis. Marriage, like life involves hard work. I am not married yet, I hope to someday,but I know it also involves adequate personal preps.

Eziaha said...

It is very important you did this...
I can't stress how impt this is...
Cos I can imagine ur blog fans may hv been misinformed...
Good tin u cleared it out.
Work dey ds tin ooo. Lie no good. And I know d work is reduced wella with the right person and the holy spirit.
Respect darling. Maximum respect...
The same tin with testimonies... Ppl share d good. And I don't blame em...not enuff time. But I wish we cld let em tell us what led to it and the work they had to put in too b4 we start 'claiming it'
No wonder the bible says 'wisdom is profitable to Direct...'
For me, that phrase just about answers any questions we may still have in life that we tink r not in the bible...
Now that my comment is longer than ur blogpost, I will now say
Toodles hun
E'

Tomi O said...

I agree with this, and people also have to understand that there are good and bad sides.

Thanks for doing this.

1 + The One said...

Thanks a lot for sharing these nuggets (mountains) of wisdom... It's good for me to start to prepare my mind so my view of marriage isn't jaded and I don''t have unrealistic expectations of marriage and my husband xxxx

Ginger said...

True words In the Midst. There's nothing like a perfect marriage. Even the best matched partners have to work at rooting out those itty bitty selfishness, pride, habit, envy and it isnt easy biko.

Still, it is great to have live examples like you to encourage others that it is possible.

Priscy said...

always refreshing to read from you. thanks for this post. Blessings...

Wemmie said...

Great.