Most newlyweds these days go on their honeymoon in order to celebrate the beginning of their new family. It is a wondrous occasion and this simple relationship advice will help you celebrate and remember it. Keep in mind this is too important a beginning to be like any other vacation you'll ever have.

Remember, your honeymoon needs to stand out in your lives as a spiritual event unlike a typical vacation. Do you want to come home from your honeymoon to talk about how drunk you got? Or do you want to remember how much you lost at the gaming tables? Or would you rather remember your honeymoon as the time you connected deeper and more meaningfully than you ever had? Use it as the foundational event from which the depth of your relationship will grow and inspire.

Rather than just indulging in the physical aspects so commonly associated with honeymoons, embrace your new spouse from your heart. Practice soul enhancing techniques of lovemaking that you will feel at your very core. Hold each other, look into each other's eyes, look into each other's souls and internally promise you will be there for them and your future family without judgment or reservation. Enjoy your honeymoon in the highest way and feel the shower of love that blesses you, your future family and your happy marriage.

Author's Bio: 

Paul Friedman, author of Lessons For A Happy Marriage, entered into the business of helping couples mend their marriages after a very rough personal experience with divorce. Paul came out of an early retirement to become a mediator. His belief was that couples could easily work out the details of separation and get on with their lives. He discovered the truth from his clients: they only sought divorce because the help they found to stay together didn't work. Read more on his relationship advice blog, at Lessons For A Happy