Falling in love is the first step toward a good marriage. You’ll be able to get back into the game and stay on the road as a result. The game can’t be won only on the basis of love. You can’t achieve your objectives solely through love. A long-lasting relationship requires more than just love. We are put to the test in marriage in terms of emotional stamina and general life skills. Because many of these skills were never taught to most of us, many partnerships, especially those founded on love, are plagued by chronic conflict and frequently end in divorce. To have a happy marriage, many interconnected emotional and life skills must be developed. As you go through the list, think about your strengths and flaws. Who should I concentrate on the most in order to improve? Which one do I find the most difficult or nearly impossible to complete? Is there anything you believe I should have that I’m missing? At any one time, how well you can express yourself emotionally. The ability to express yourself clearly and concisely. The ability to express your feelings without harming yourself or others is known as emotional control. The ability to seek out and use resources to assist you manage your emotions when you need them. To be able to deal with your partner’s occasional disconnect. The ability to spend time alone, away from other people, technology, and any other forms of stimulation that can keep you awake at night. An understanding of one’s own biological demands and a desire to make health-promoting decisions. Compassion is what you feel when you can’t do anything to aid a loved one but still want to be there for them emotionally.