RTA Women Committee hosts lecture for female employees on marital happiness
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, November 17 - 2012 at 10:11
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The Women Committee at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) held a lecture entitled 'Eternal Marital Happiness' delivered by Dr. Khalifa Al Mahrazi, Chairman of Family Advisory Board and Family Relationships Expert in the UAE, who gave a full review of how to build a happy family based on the values of respect and love.
Dr. Aysha Al Busmait, Director of Marketing & Corporate Communication and Chairperson of Women Committee in the RTA, said, "The Committee is always keen on holding multiple cultural & social events to communicate explicit messages for the benefit of female employees to enrich their public and family life. It is quite important to examine such a vital topic about how to transform the martial life into a happy eternal life, particularly under the changing circumstances where the family dialogue and marital affection are fading down. Such a situation gives rise to domestic troubles and conflicts; which prompt us to host experts & consultants to shed light on key social matters with a view to offering appropriate solutions. The RTA Women Committee was therefore keen on hosting Dr. Khalifa Al Mahrazi to deliver a comprehensive lecture about eternal marital life and how to attain it."
The lecturer touched on key aspects ought to be observed and complied with before embarking on forming a properly built family and summarized them in: the spouse has to be well mannered, observe the religious values, respectful and compassionate.
The spouse also has to refrain from pseudo promises, imaginative dreams of post-marital life and irrelevant comparisons besides familiarizing with the attitudes of each other as it helps minimize troubles. It is quite important to opt out of external interventions in sorting out family disputes while avoiding excessive jealousy; which is a gateway to divorce.
He stressed the importance of caring & properly educating children as they form the pillar of the family's success & stability. He considered that the best means of expressing reciprocal affections between partners for the success of the entire family rests on the positive communication between them and sorting out disputes in a quiet manner without using abusive language besides expressing love in words and practice. The husband has to care for the emotions and sentiments of his wife who in turn has to appreciate the psychological mindset and feelings of the man in order for their marital relationship to flourish and bear happiness.
Dr. Al Mahrazi counseled husbands to recognize that the woman deals with emotion more than reason, attend to minute details and has a strong imagination and affection. He has also to appreciate that his wife tends to react with her emotions in his presence and by nature is inclined towards socializing, fondling and engaging in elaborative talking with him. The wife must realize that the man's words, feelings and attitudes are impacted by "rationality and power" and does not have an emotional look at issues and matters.
He added that understanding the feelings of the partner is crucial for controlling marital troubles and the partner who is endowed with the skill of understanding has the full knowledge of appreciating & acknowledging the circumstances of the other partner. This in turn will contribute to enhancing the marital coherence and ridding the couple of many troubles, difficulties and disputes by to as much as 70%. Discussion in itself does not depict the extent of happiness and homogeneity of the couple, and what plays a decisive role is rather the manner of discussion and mutual understanding.
Dr. Al Maharazi recalled that the extent of success or failure of the family relationship is not necessarily measured by the large or small number of disputes, and that both partners have to learn how to quench the anger of each other, and develop the skill of understanding and the conscious of settling out disputes.
The lecture was warmly received by RTA female employees who posed a variety of queries about various issues related to family, children and the blueprints of a successful marital relationship. They commended the effective endeavours of Women Committee in holding such lectures, which enrich the overall culture and information.
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