So how do spouses in long-term marriages get through all that and stay together, stronger than ever?My hubby is in the Air Force and, lucky for both of us, we moved across the country!It replaces respect and compassion with anger and resentment.It destroys the quality of our lives and over time, the relationship.
He is clear on whom you should date and why you should date.
I have been a mentor for a while now and i am always happy to listen and give my advice wh..." If you've lived, you've learned..you've probably got a story to tell.
In many cases, that's the reality — 20, 30 or even 50 years later, some couples are still going strong. Here's some of their wisdom.Debigus said: "The best advice was that I should love my husband but not wrap myself up in him, that I should always remember that I was a person before he came along and I should do my damnedest to stay a person while I was married to him.
On another note, I believe the standard 'don't go to bed angry' is right as rain as well!
" Shopper113's shared this advice from Dad: "From the time we were little kids, my dad told us, ' Never date anyone you wouldn't marry.' When we were kids, this made zero sense, but as I got older, it became clear that a lot of people marry people they don't much like much or that they don't fit with very well.
On a bad day, I look in the mirror and see my ten-pound-heavier alter ego. On a really bad day, Bertha sees her two-hundred-pound-heavier alter ego.