It Takes Work To Stay In Tune With The One You Love: The Ma’at’s Share A Recent Tiff

VIDEO: In this show Ayize and Aiyana share a recent happening in their relationship that caused some tension. Aiyana was upset with Ayize and Ayize “acted” oblivious which made Aiyana even more mad. Listen in to hear what happened and how they managed to work through it.

We share this because it’s all too easy to become preoccupied and attached to how you as an individual perceives and sees things. It takes intentional patience and effort to get and stay in tune with how your spouse feels. It may take time and energy but it is well worth it if you want to have the type of relationship that will stand up against the test of time and the many issues…petty and significant that will surely come your way.

B Intentional Family, Do you take intentional time and energy trying to get in tune with your partner and see things from where they stand?

7 replies
  1. Keesha
    Keesha says:

    LOOOVVVEE IT!!! I saw so much of my marriage and how me and my hubby interact watching you all deal with the daily marriage grind (LOL). Ayize, good job brotha! It takes a real man to humble himself, ON CAMERA, and let love lead. Aiyana, hat's off to you because like Mama always said, "it's not what you say, it's how you say it". I enjoyed watching you guys, real talk!!

  2. Ayize Ma'at
    Ayize Ma'at says:

    I’m glad u got something from it. Thanks for watching.

  3. Terrence
    Terrence says:

    Ayize and Aiyana, you guys are awesome. I don't think Eve and I could be this transparent, but it is very refreshing. The best communication we've ever had is when we were working on a marriage retreat with our church and the coordinators MADE US do couples devotions with another couple we didn't even know. Communications for both couples flowed and everybody was getting helped. Watching this video is making me think about doing that again. Thanks for what you guys do!

  4. Zola
    Zola says:

    Yall are too cute. Thanks for the insight.

  5. Smooth
    Smooth says:

    This is a great teaching tool because we have all been there. Even thru this segment I could see the love, the push and pull from each other to make it work. Always smile when you are asked to do something that you truly don't want to do. Keep it coming, we need it.

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