• Save for the divorce.
  • Make sure you find someone you can be yourself with. Someone that has the same goals and ideals that you have. Make sure you have known them for a long time and you have seen them handle different situations. Marriage is not all fun and games but it can be quite wonderful if you are with the right person. It did take me two tries though. Sorry.
  • Fact from fiction, truth from diction. Be in it to win it, don't bull s*** about it. Make sure you are as comfortable with the person you are about to wed as an old shoe is to your foot. Always keep the lines of communication open and respect each other's position. Never belittle your partner's point of view. Always treat your other half as if they were a person you needed to get a loan from to save the family farm. Don't stop doing the little things you did before the wedding or taking care of yourself and letting yourself go. That would be my top advice to those planning to wed.
  • Really think about it, because you are making a vow to them and God to spend the rest of their life with them through thick or thin. Make sure this is the person you want to spend eternity with because if you have ANY doubts then you shouldn't go through with it
  • Remember how to have fun together.
  • you have to know marriage is alife time commitment,make sure the person you gonna marry is the right person for you,never cheat on your hubby/ sex outside marriage.
  • Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
  • Don't go to bed angry.
  • Treat the other person the way you would like to be treated yourself, and cherish every moment you are together.
  • Learn to pick your battles well and when its necessary to compromise to keep the peace. Love comes and goes. You have to work at it really hard. Remember you wouldn't divorce family because you got tired of them. You would work it out because they are blood. Your spouse is as good as being a blood family member to you now. Only get married if its for you, not just for him or because others expect it to happen and the plans are made.
  • get a pre nup +5
  • Don't try to change your partner. It won't work.
  • Don't.
  • get ready for a nice bumpy ride :)
  • 1) Learn how to fight. I'm not talking about how to deliver the knockout blow, I'm talking about how to "fight" constructively. Don't criticise them for something they can't change. Offer help in the things that they can/should change but need help. Always give them a way out of trouble-make it clear. Learn what it means to forgive; sometimes it's you that needs forgiveness. 2) Surround yourselves with people who honor marriage. Nothing will make it harder than having friends who down marriage or insult your spouse non-stop. 3) Realize that you're starting on a rewarding journey that happens to be miserably tough at times. You're going to see his/her bad side when you need it the least. Make tomorrow better. 4)Do not go to bed angry. 5) Don't make sex a cat and mouse game. In this world, which is constantly trying to foster disloyalty and bad feelings, sex is the simple-yet-powerful glue that mends the tattered corners. Don't be stingy with it.
  • RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • marriage is more than saying a few words at a church, it's a commitment that needs to be taken seriously. There will be good days and bad days, there will be passion. Working together as a team is of the utmost importance. Make sure that the person your marrying is someone who is trustworthy and doesn't run when things get hard. Most importantly learn from those around you, but make your own choices as to how you want your marriage to be, the past is the past all that matters is your future together.
  • Love each other dearly, be faithful, and be willing to make great sacrifices for the other person, but always maintain your personal independence and never lose sight of your own individuality.
  • Dont sweat the small stuff. Always say I love you every day. Don't get so caught up in life that you forget how much you love each other. Have fun...and kids ;)
  • take the good with the bad, there will be plenty of bad. if you want to do it, its part of the process. congradulations Mellow girl!!! And good luck:)
  • Always be honest, loyal, considerate, nonjudgmental and always think about the one you love and married before making any decisions that could affect your relationship. It will greatly reduce problems and misunderstandings. I've been married to my one and only husband for 31 years.

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