Whether you’re engaged or married, Ramadan is a great opportunity for you and your partner to make your relationship stronger and healthier.
The Holy Month of Ramadan is a time to reflect on yourself and on your relationships. It is a time for patience, kindness and appreciation.
Families and friends tend to gather everyday during Ramadan whether it’s for Iftar or Suhoor, so you will feel the increase in love and affection in your family and marital life.Here is how Ramadan will benefit your relationship:
Ramadan is all about being patient and tolerant, so you and your partner should show more kindness and be patient with each other.
Ramadan is a great time for you and your partner to bond over your religion and relationship with God, and to pray and read Qur’an.
Some couples think that it is inappropriate to show your love and feelings during Ramadan, but after Iftar, there is nothing wrong with that; after all Ramadan is all about love, kindness and affection.
Doing charity together during Ramadan is great for you and your partner. Not only is it a generous act, but it will also make you see your partner from a different angle.
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