Could you give me some of your advice for a happy marriage?
Topic: How to write a wish for wedding cards
June 16, 2019 / By Kym Question:
My cousin is getting married, and she is going to have her wedding shower in two weeks. On a card, I'm supposed to give her some advice for a happy marriage, and bring the card with me! I am only fifteen, I'm not real sure of what to put.. do you guys have some advice? You can make it humorous, whatever ya want! Thank you. :)
Best Answers: Could you give me some of your advice for a happy marriage?
Jemima | 10 days ago
I think she'd appreciate anything you wanted to say. She understands that you're 15 too, and it's good to be reminded of how younger romantics think. If you don't know what to put, just write that you love her and best wishes. :)
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Originally Answered: Are you a burnt out teacher? Or a happy teacher? Please help give me advice?
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I found this, it's called The Art of Marriage.
Happiness in marriage is not something that just happens.
A good marriage must be created.
In marriage the little things are the big things.
It is never being too old to hold hands.
It is remembering to say "I love you" at least once a day.
It is never going to sleep angry.
It is at no time taking the other for granted;
the courtship should not end with the honeymoon, it should continue through the years.
It is having a mutual sense of values and common objectives.
It is standing together facing the world.
It is forming a circle of love that gathers the whole family.
It is doing things for each other, not in the attitude of duty or sacrifice, but in the spirit of joy.
It is speaking words of appreciation and demonstrating gratitude in thoughtful ways.
It is not looking for perfection in each other.
It is cultivating flexibility, patience, understanding and a sense of humor.
It is having the capacity to forgive and forget.
It is giving each other an atmosphere in which each can grow old.
It is a common search for the good and the beautiful.
It is establishing a relationship in which the independence is equal, dependence is mutual and the obligation is reciprocal.
It is not only marrying the right partner, it is being the right partner.
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Advice for marriage:
Always listen to what each other has to say
Take each day one at a time
Never let anything come between you two
When times get hard remember why your married in the first place
Buy duck tape, you'll see why.
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How about this:
"Never get too old and boring to ride an awesome roller coaster!"
You're 15, you don't have to produce pearls of wisdom at your age. But there can be wisdom in surprising places. =)
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May you be each others best friends forever.
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Originally Answered: Is my friend truly happy in her marriage?
You cannot help her. She must reach the point where she has finally decided what he has been telling her are lies and want help. Until then she will remain a battered spouse and will defend him.
If you know the children are being hit and or neglected then you are morally obligated to call child protective services - unfortunately there are not such protections for adult women who choose to remain. Even if the police get called during a dispute and see she is physically injured they will only take him to jail, they cannot get her to decide to end the cycle of violence - only she can and he will be back with her before too long with her consent. It is evil but she actually comes to believe that she deserves to be treated this way and that this is normal.
I am sorry but in most cases on known abuse the woman will not leave and intuitively they may have good reasons. Studies show that, women who leave their batterers are at 75% greater risk of severe injury or death than those who stay.
For those - like you, trying to help victims, it is vital that even when a victim turns down help or doesn't seem interested, that information and options continue to be presented at every opportunity. Victims often have entire laundry lists of problems and fears that make them reluctant to try to escape abuse - the more of these you can help to address, the more hope becomes accessible to the victim who might:
Thank you for caring but don't be shocked when she refuses.