Ten Practical Secrets To A Successful Marriage from one that has lasted twenty-five years!
Marriage is a beautiful thing when the right man and the right woman find each other.
I always feel that anybody can love anybody, but not anybody should marry anybody.
Marriage is an agreement; parteners must be able to get along with each other.
Working together is not necessatily based on relevance (what you can do for each other), but resonance (respond to each other).
Do you really connect? Especially mentally.
Do you really connect, when you communicate?
Do you feel the vibes in the other person’s flow?
Are you willing to align?
Agreement requires a willing submission sometimes.
Working together or effective collaboration requires some creativity and consistency.
There are some secrets to these and I think that learning from those that have been into marriage for twenty-five years, is not a bad idea.
My reblog is from one of such; grab the tips!
Ten practical secrets to a successful marriage.
Danny and I celebrated our 25th anniversary on October 10th. Many have asked, “What’s your secret to a successful marriage?”
Here are my top ten list:
You have to be willing to go the extra mile or 1000 like I did when I moved from Wisconsin to Colorado after our wedding. Danny is the most romantic guy around. He asked me to marry him at the top of the gondola in Aspen after giving me 9 plastic rings over the weekend. He continues to surprise me. “Gasp!”
He’s my best friend and I don’t keep secrets from him. I can tell him anything, but I can also read his mind when it’s screaming, “That is way too much information Susie! Sheesh!”
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