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Open Letter to Engaged Couples I

EXCERPTS FROM LETTERS OF NEWLYWEDS IN THEIR FIRST YEARS OF MARRIAGE: They were asked if they had an thoughts or tips to share with engaged couples.

  • Do not expect that marriage will change the thoughts, likes, dislikes or core of you or your spouse.

  • One plus one will make three if you take care of your marriage.

  • If your partner doesn't bring out the best in you, or vice versa, be concerned and take steps. You might need counseling to understand it and be able to work through it.

  • Marry only for love and remember that the "wedding" is not the "marriage".

  • Marriage is a full time (sometimes difficult) job that requires your time and attention 365 days a year.

  • Your partner is not a mind reader. When someone knows you well you sometimes forget to communicate your needs as effectively as you do with someone you don't know very well.

  • We are so fortunate to have someone so special to share the rest of our lives with. No matter what happens we'll always have each other, and that's all that matters. Even when the day comes when we are separated by death, we'll continue as eternal soul mates.

  • Give your partner reasons to stay in the relationship even long after you're married. Continue to do things to make your partner want to be with you, proud to be with you.

  • Communicate, be honest with yourself and be honest with your spouse....over communicate if need be.
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