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If you were to be present at the Royal Wedding Reception and was asked to give the newly wedded couple some words of wisdom on marriage, what would you tell them?




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Apr 29, 2011
    • heart that to be true to themselves. That they need to protect part of their marriage from the world and keep it just for the two of them. And like all of us make the time to BE with each other no matter what. Maybe it’s only an afternoon but it’s quality not quanity at times.
      Cris




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      Msj wrote Apr 29, 2011
    • To remember that not only the words that come out of your mouth make an impact but the tone in which they are said is important.  

      Be slow to anger.

      Look at yourself first when there is an issue and ask yourself “What part did_ I_   play in this problem?” before starting a fight with your partner.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Apr 29, 2011
    • I would tell the two to continue to love each other as if the relationship was new meaning keeping in the front of their minds what it took to get each other it has to be that in the marriage as well to keep it strong, keep the doors of communication between the two open and closed to outsiders meaning family members and friend, but keeping God 1st and remembering that man is the head of house and woman is to honor her man and husband is to protect, love honor and cherish his mate and not treat her like a slave. And always make time for each other no matter what! And lastly learn to disagree peaceably.




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      Angelcart wrote May 3, 2011
    • To never cross the line of name calling.  IMO, once that happens all respect is lost.




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