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Relationship Advice for Men

Any relationship is a two-way street, and a marriage or dating relationship is no exception. In fact, these relationships are the most important and can be the hardest to maintain because of the role most men assume in the situation. Being the strong silent type has it’s good and bad points, but being a passive player in the relationship is all bad. I would like to offer some relationship advice for men in this article that will hopefully give you a new perspective on your role with your spouse or girlfriend.

Popular culture offers so much bad relationship advice for men that it’s amazing the divorce rate isn’t even higher than it is. Movies, shows, and books on pick-up lines, how to score, etc. are just about the shallowest and most harmful things that invade our brains. Relationships and communication are what truly make the world go around, and without a good understanding of how these things work (or should work) our society falls into a pit of self-serving sexploitations that really, in the big picture and long-term, hurt us more than we know at the time.

So if it’s not about how many honeys you can bring home from the club, what kind of relationship advice for men am I offering? Real advice for real relationships. If you aren’t planning on spending a lot of quality time to get to know that special girl, then leave her alone and let her find someone that will. Looking out for others’ best interest will always serve you better than looking out for “number one.” If you want the best advice ever given on relationships, specifically marriage, then here it is: “For husbands, this means love your wives, just as Christ loved the church. He gave up his life for her”. This is from Ephesians 5:25 in the Bible, and it gives us the best relationship advice for men ever written.

If you don’t already know, Jesus Christ died on the cross for you and everyone else on this planet. Now I don’t know about you, but when someone says they would die for you, they usually don’t really mean it. If you can say that and really mean it, that is love. In the verse this is what the Apostle Paul is telling us to do to have a good relationship – love your wife in a way that you would be willing to purposely go and die for her. You can’t just say it with your words, you have to mean it in your heart.

If you can truly get to this type of love for someone, you can get through any hard times that come your way and still have a good relationship. There will still be hard times. There always are. If you are looking for perfection, happiness, and rainbows every minute of every day then you need a shrink, because it’s just not going to happen. The best relationship advice for men is to understand that real love is worth dying for, and if it’s less than that, you should be re-evaluating your situation to see what you can do to change yourself. I’ll have some tips for that coming soon.

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