Winning is 90% attitude and 10% hard work. What we think has great influence on what we do. The summer and spring weddings are created and maintained by positive attitudes and those of autumn and winter are characterized by negative attitudes. The circumstances are neutral or at least common is therefore not what happens to us but as we interpret it and what is our attitude to them what the difference between triumph and failure. My attitude is not based on the behavior of my husband but my belief of who is my spouse and my role in the life of my spouse.
What does it mean to choose a winning attitude? Just what does the Bible Romans 12: 21: "Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good." – Recognise your negative thinking. The negative thinking guides our behavior. If we think our actions will be positively positive. – Identify the positive features of your spouse. Ask God to bring to mind the positive things about your spouse and ask your children to help in this. – Focus on those positive qualities. Give thanks to God for everything good that has a partner and Bless.
Philippians 4, 8: "Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable, if there is any virtue and if anything worthy of praise, think on these things. " – Ask God to give a biblical perspective of spouse. Thank God for the gifts he has a partner, be thankful that your spouse has been created in the image of God and therefore is extremely valuable and unique role that your partner has in the Kingdom of God, because marriage was the idea of God and recognize that he invented his marriage to bless and not curse.