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Want to save your marriage, don’t preach to your spouse – Kathy Kiuna

Controversial reverend, Kathy Kiuna took to her Instagram page to advice married couple on how to make their union a happy and lasting one.

In her list of the 10 do’s and don’ts one notable point is when she says ‘Don’t preach to your spouse’.

Being her preacher herself, the sentiments might come as a shock as it contradicts with her line of duty.

Although she did not expound what she meant by the statement, she added that being the change you want to see in your spouse is more important than preaching to them.

Other notable points she put across is how couples should keep their significant others informed on their moves and actions.

She further challenges wives to stay off social media if they want to save their marriage.

According to Kiuna, broadcasting marital issues on social media is a sure way of breaking the marriage. She advises women to instead ‘take everything to God in prayer’.

The reverend seems to be in a happy and fulfilled marriage as she posted a heartwarming message to her husband Allan Kiuna. In the Instagram post, she shows her gratitude for the close to 30 years they have been together.

Here are Kathy Kiuna’s tips on having a healthy marriage.

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HOW TO MAKE YOUR MARRIAGE BETTER: 1. If you know that you did something wrong that hurt your husband or wife humble yourself and apologize. If your spouse genuinely apologized, forgive him or her. No marriage can survive without constant forgiveness and apology. 2. Telling your spouse where you are, who you are with and what time you are coming home is not hard — you should have nothing to hide. 3. God said the two shall be one. Fight to keep other people out of your marriage. Therefore what God has joined together let no mother, sister, father, brother or family put asunder. 4. Don’t Preach to Your Spouse. Don’t demand love, attention, respect and affection. Rather show your spouse how it’s supposed to be done. Be the change you want to see in your spouse. 5. Anybody can get married, but it takes genuine love to stay married. The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. 6. A virtuous wife does not spend time on the phone broadcasting her private marital issues to all her friends and work associates. She goes in the inner room, in her closet and gets on her knees and takes everything to God in prayer. 7. Listen to your spouse. Oftentimes your spouse doesn't need answers or advice; they just need you to sit down next to them, hold their hand, look them in the eyes, and listen. 8. Marriage flourishes when the couple works together as a team; when both husband and wife decide that winning together is more important than keeping score. 9. True love is more than just kissing, hugging or sleeping together; it’s about loyalty, honesty, respect, courtesy and the steadfast commitment to love one person for life. 10. LOVE YOUR SPOUSE GENUINELY.

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