Thursday, October 13, 2011

The best part of "cold war".............

You know marriage is always fun and exciting,the longer we are into it,the more we know each other and the more we know each other,the more we can make it fun.........just for sharing though............

And even "cold wars" or "silent treatments" can add tinge of hot, spiciness and fun in marriages but every thing mus be done out of love and respect for each other.

Me and my lovely wife had "cold war" yesterday and because she knows me so well,she knows how to make "cold war" into a "truce" and same thing with me too,because I know her well too and I know how to do likewise.........

You see,"cold wars" and "silent treatments" are part and parcel in any marriage and relationship but we must not let it linger for too long until it strains the relationship,sometimes to the point of no return.

I believe it must take two to tango and one foot forward,the other foot must retreat a step back, we must always always abide by the "vow' we made to each other,to cherish each other as we move on in our marriage....

Really felt like sharing this,after I had a brief conversation with a lady friend yesterday morning over a cup of coffee............two people living under same roof but like strangers.........

Only my thoughts and I hope you can agree with me and now go and text your spouse saying,"I Love You"

P/S : Trust me,marriage is good and fun
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21 comments:

  1. Sometimes, cold war can sort things out. It talk/discuss too much might make the matter worse. hehe

    Hope you and your wife will end that cold war soon.

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  2. Like they say, the best part of fighting is making up. :-)

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  3. haha I just give my black face to my hb last 2 days. He quickly try to make thing correct back after he sense my angriness. Short cold war is ok but both need to solve the problem. If not the unsolved problem will roll like a snow ball, getting bigger...

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  4. Ended with loads of hug and kisses already lol,,,hahahahh

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  5. Never go to bed angry with your spouse. Easier said than done of course. Hahaha. Perhaps cold wars may be better than battle it all out shouting wars because when hurtful words are uttered, they cannot be retrieved.

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  6. Bro, thanks for reminding. Just text my hubby!

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  7. as long as you don't leave things as it is too long. It saden me when ever I am not able to communicate my spouse. so usually I am the one who make the first move. doesnt matter who is right or wrong.

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  8. I prefer neither cold war nor silent treatment - these are not my kind of solution.

    It's better to solve the problem and clear all ambiguous questions on the spot.

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  10. hmmm got no experience about it XD coz I am single all the time lol

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  11. Yea, sometimes cold war isnt really a bad thing at all... Sometimes la.... :P

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  12. Whatever war is no good...hot or cold. Give and take - sometimes in marriage, have to close one eye...and sometimes, have to close both eyes. Keep the peace and share the love!

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  13. Sure or not by texting wife "I Love U" could end up in hot soup? She must be thinking "aha you are up to something last night.. why feeling guilty ah.." hahaha.

    Bananaz no problemo always text 'I lupp chew' to Mango hehe.

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  14. If parents are having COLD war, kids will feel it... and being the "messenger", sometimes they can help to WARM things up :-)

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  15. cold wars can be aching too..

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  16. Hehehe... sometime hot, while another time cold, which give spices to life!

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  17. My husband seldom says I LOVE You,so when he says, I will think like what bananaz said here. loL!

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  18. Lovely post. I am getting married next month and my fiance and I have known each other for many years now. We too give each other silent treatment sometimes, but then get back to talking very soon as though nothing happened. And yeah, I follow the rule...to express my love to him at least thrice a day :)

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