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How do you keep a merrige strong?

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Answer #1 | 12/12 2013 16:59
You need to find happiness for yourself (individually) in order to be a happy married couple. Let him go out with his friends if he is just hanging out, there is no harm in that. He will be much happier person when he comes home. He will have more things to talk to you about. You need to do the same, go out with your friends. If you can't do things together as a couple then do family outtings.
Answer #2 | 12/12 2013 18:55
the kids will grow not much you can do with a 2 year old, you cant rely on other people for your happiness
Answer #3 | 12/12 2013 21:26
Good evening Silly, No you are not making a fuss or being silly at all. We all go through these stages in a marriage. But Little girl,,,, Can I give you some good advice? Lets just say been there in your shoes. almost. I have no children, He has 3 and there all grown now. One lived with us when he turned 12 years old, and he was a blessing. Do NOT PUT A ROPE AROUND YOUR HUSBANDS NECK. THAT IS THE BEST WAY TO LOSE A GOOD MARRIAGE. YOU AND YOUR HUSBAND NEED SOME TIME APART, GO TO THE MOVIES WITH ONE OF YOUR GIRLFRIENDS, AND ASK ANOTHER ONE TO BABYSIT FOR YOU. AND YOU WILL RETURN THE FAVOR. THEN ONE WEEKEND NIGHT YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE GO OUT FOR THE EVENING. LEAVE THE BEER AND HARD STUFF AT HOME. GO OUT TO DINNER TO THE MOVIES HAVE HIM WALK WITH YOU IN THE PARK, OR SOMEPLACE NICE. THEN WHEN YOUR TIRED HEAD HOME AND THINK ABOUT THE WONDERFUL DAY OR NIGHT THAT YOU SPENT TOGETHER. THEN IN A COUPLE OF WEEKS TAKE THE WHOLE FAMILY OUT FOR A TREAT. YOU CAN DO A LOT AND NOT COST YOU MAYBE A COUPLE OF DOLLARS. PLEASE LET ME HEAR BACK FROM YOU, WOULD LIKE TO TALK SOME MORE. MY HUSBANDS HEALTH IS STARTING TO FAIL HIM A LITTLE BIT , SO WE STAY HOME ALL THE TIME, BUT I CAN THINK BACK AND HAVE A WONDERFUL SMILE, AND THANKING THE GOOD LORD EVERYDAY FOR A WONDERFUL HUSBAND OF 37 YEARS. AND WE ARE STILL YOUNG. I SAY WE ARE YOUNG, HE IS 68 AND I AM 58. MY E-MAIL IS [email protected] LIKE I SAID DON'T HANG YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND YET,,,,,, BUT PULL IT OUT OF THE SAND. LIFE IS TO SHORT, TO BE SO BORED. YOUR FRIEND IN Texas, Sherry Kreiter
Answer #4 | 12/12 2013 22:44
Ok I'm gonna start off by saying this, I'm not married nor have I been married but I was raised in church around a few happily married couples who had a very strong relationship. Not just a happy marriage where they get a long and stuff. But a type of marriage where you say "I hope me and my spouse are like that one day." And the only answer worth telling is that it is all God. "And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love; and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him. (1 John 4:16 KJV)." That verse tell us plainly the God is Love. That's a characteristic of God. He IS Love. And for someone to love another to their full potential will have to involve God. True love comes from God. A perfect example of His love is how He sent His only Son Jesus to die on a cross to save us all from our sins. That's true Love. If you and your spouse want the absolute best relationship, both of y'all put God first. If you do so, Love will come.
Answer #5 | 12/12 2013 23:54
1/ we have to trust each other. 2/ we try to understanding each other. 3/ we have to love each other. 4/ help each other.

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