Kiss my husband more. I think about how I don’t do it enough. Now I am deciding to change that.
Unfortunately, we all have bad habits. The things we try to quit doing but just can’t seem to shake them. Or maybe we don’t try to change and we accept that the bad habit is just part of who we are. But how many things are there that we do that can be considered good habits? That is what I want to fix. And I am starting in the most important place…my marriage.
I’ve realized that every now and then my husband and I can go a day or more without kissing each other. I don’t mean a little peck before departure. I mean kissing each other like we mean it. Kissing him like you’re supposed to kiss the person you adore. Even if it’s just once a day. Now, I’m not saying I am going to have a make-out session with him everyday, maybe if time permits, but a passion filled kiss so that he knows how loved he is.
Good habits have benefits, not consequences, like most bad habits. For instance; it’s been said by many physicians that regularly kissing your significant other (for longer than 5 seconds) is a great tension reliever. Well, I don’t know about any other women out there, but I happen to get very tense and could use an easy relief! Maybe kissing your spouse more isn’t something you need to have become a habit. Maybe it’s not drinking soda pop, praying more, taking walks, doing devotions every day, cutting out fast food, taking vitamins, or anything else that is beneficial to your life. Whatever it may be, let’s be known by our good habits, not our bad ones.