I like this list, most of which are applicable to couples in same-sex
relationships. Thank you for strengthening them as well DN.
Hi admin,your post "Couple Love Quotes" is are very special for
us.I think marriage quotes are very special for everybody life. It's
encourage to work everybody. I have collected many quotes from you. So thanks a
lot for doing this job
Nice article, like it alot.Thanks for posting it.
Ii'm surprised by Obama10 stating they have never seen so many lists!
She/he must not read MSN or sny of the other well-known websites! They are all
lists, at least this one is positive and uplifting. Thank you❤️
The Church has a lot of good advice on a lot of different topics. I like Pres.
Kimball's advice to go into marriage with eyes wide open, and be in a
marriage with eyes half shut. He has a lot of good advice in my opinion.
Let me abridge the 28 clics and save everyone's time. The advice given in
28 different ways is fantastic! There is nothing one, in full state of mind, can
say against it. Now, the fast track is: if you want to have a happy marriage,
never, ever argue with your woman. Women tend to be right about 95% of the time,
so, do not foul yourself by letting your pride afloat. Accept, it: she is right!
Now, for the 5% that remains, it is absolutely priceless, when you can lovingly
look right in their eyes and say, "sorry, dear, I told you so"...
To those who complain about lists...I LIKE lists and I especially like it when I
can read a quote and then go to the source to read more if I want to or just
keep reading. It helps me remember what is being said. It helps me focus on what
is being said. All these quotes are applicable to all married couples and I am
grateful for my companion of 39 years who is such a wonderful example of an
honorable man who loves me, enriches my life and gives me hope. My heart still
skips a beat when I hear his voice....he rocks my world!
I read the comments first. Then I read the article to see what made people
"tick" or "ticked-off" . . . interesting very interesting
reactions. This list could apply to all. Adjust it to fit!
@Confused:"Most relationships tendencies are based on how the person
was raised."Let's say there's an family issue that
needs to be discussed and she says: 'I don't wanna talk about it."
Then what?To you youngsters out there who are contemplating
marriage... please examine your spouses parents closely to know what you're
getting into. And make sure it's not when they're on their best
behavior to impress you. It's an arduous task, lengthy I know... but well
worth the effort if you wanna get a spouse you can live with... after the sekes
Awwww! That was adorable! I loved the pictures. I would add: Don't rush
into marriage. Most people can look pretty good for a month or two! Don't
let your romantic hormones blind you to reality! Also, do not take relationship
advice from me, heh heh.... I know nothing!
Sorry to be a wet blanket here...but the thoughts are nice...but reality is
something else.Most relationships tendencies are based on how the
person was raised. If you come from a "hugging" family were emotions and
words of thoughtfulness is common and marry someone who family is not the
"hugging" type.. It can cause conflict.Thus my relationship
with my wife, no matter what I say or do, it is never good enough because my
wife was taught by her mother to look for negatives instead of positives of the
other person. No matter how hard I try to convince her, she simply
will not acknowledge my thoughts.
One more tip:Put your spouse above all else and cleave unto nothing
and no one else. It is sad that this tip is easily forgotten when one spouse
experiences a lack of belief in the church and the other decides to end the
marriage and cleave not to their spouse but to something less.
Most of these suggestions, except for the specifically religious, would fit ANY
couple. Isn't that what makes a good relationship? It applies to Mormons
and non-Mormons, people that are straight or gay.
No more lists! I am not clicking through 28 times just so you can artificially
increase your clicks for advertisers. If you've got a story to tell, than
tell it. I read many articles every day on the internet and I never see lists
except in the Dnews. Sure it was a great list, but I'll never know.
Lots of great advice - but shouldn't it be for every married couple? Not
just Mormon ones?
Thank you for publishing this. A great collection of inspiring quotes from
those I trust. I would like to see more in a similar vein including great
quotes on raising children, being wise with finances, forgiveness, etc.
Very good list. A very great talk is Elder L. Whitney Clayton's May Conf.
2013 talk called "Marriage: Watch and Learn" - an excellent all around
guide for a great marriage.
Enough already with the lists.
Beautiful words of advice! Thank you.