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1. Make the right choice of husband/wife;
2. Respect your choice;
3. Understand that nobody is perfect;
4. Know what you want.
Hey Black Lilly, can I lend some advice?
1. Know what you want.
2. Understand that nobody is perfect.
3. Make the right choice of husband/wife.
4. Respect your choice.
Just a thought.
Simple: (1) Trust 100% (2) Honesty and (3) Communication.
It's most likely that if you have a couple and they get married, then if their relationship was built on friendship first, then it shall be able to last through anything.
If their relationship didn't have a friendship before it started, then it's likely to end up in divorce court, within about 10 years.
Just a thought.
Arguing fairly seems fundamental.Never demean your spouse.My dad gave my this advise at my wedding many many years ago unfortunately her dad didn't give her the same advise and the marriage ended.Afterwords he told me"In marriage you can be right or you can be happy so don't disagree unless its Really important",makes sense to me.If I ever find a woman who can Tolerate me I will remember his advise,His marriage lasted fifty two years and was full of joy and passion till the day he died.
Of course by mutual trust and understanding. These two factors are the foundation of nay relationship.
Like each other when you are fully clothed. If the relationship is based on sex or money than you are doomed.
It is almost impossible for some time after the honey moon is over, persevere and you will succeed.
Allot of give and take, for 39 years! She does her things, I do my things, and then we do things together. Works great...
give them space -- to fully enjoy their hobbies, with their friends, support them. give loyalty and respect plus love them with all your heart too
If I had to pick just one thing it would be that you should never go to bed angry at one another.
My wife and I promised each other that on our wedding day and always stuck by it and we are very happily married after 21 years,
Pick someone who shares your values.
Like each other.
Delete the "D" word from your vocabulary.
21 years of marriage - lots of love, hard work, respect, give and take...there are a multitude of things that make it work, don't ever think it will be easy 100% of the time.
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