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The problem with marriage is that it ends every night after making love, and it must be rebuilt every morning before breakfast.

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My Dear Wife

  A successful marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt every day 

What is Intimacy?

How to compromise with your spouse?

4 Most Successful Marriage Tips
15 steps towards improving your marriage  
For a true and ever lasting relationship
Marriage Quotes

Some Jokes about Marriage
A Humorous Melody about marriage

Funny Mathematics


Marital Qualities
The higher the marital quality in the parents’ marriage, the higher the marital quality in the adult children's marriages.

Marital satisfaction is greater for both husband and wife when they are more androgynous or feminine in their gender roles; nurturing, caring, being affectionate, devoting oneself to others, being sympathetic, gentle, and kind are especially important traits.

Quiet talk is the language of love and peace.

The voice of peace in the home is a quiet voice.

Three Stable Styles Of Marriage

Validating Marriage: Couples compromise often and calmly work out their problems to mutual satisfaction as they arise.

Conflict-Avoiding Marriage: Couples agree to disagree,
rarely confronting their differences head-on.

Volatile Marriage: Conflicts erupt often, resulting in
passionate disputes.

What is your style of marriage?

Two Unstable Styles of Marriage

Hostile/Engaged: These couples argue often and hotly. Insults, name calling, put-downs, and sarcasm are all part of their repertoire.

Hostile/Detached: Husband and wife may yell and abuse each other, but neither really listens to what the other is saying, nor do they look at each other very much. Such couples are quite detached and emotionally uninvolved, but they get into brief episodes of attack and defensiveness.

Nine ways to improve your Marriage Daily!

1. Say I Love You
2. Kiss or Hug
3. Give a compliment
4. Meditate for three minutes (Why it is wonderful to be married to my spouse?)
5. Touch goodbye
6. Touch hello
7. Share a personal feeling
8. Perform an act of service
9. Provide surprises


Five Love Languages

1. Words of Affirmation
2. Quality Time
3. Receiving Gifts
4. Acts of Service
5. Physical Touch

What is your primary love language?


Is your love partner is compatible to you?  
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What do you call a woman who knows where her husband is every night?
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What's Intimacy?Couple Kissing

Intimacy is spiritual, emotional, social, and intellectual closeness.

Intimacy bonds by:

- Physical touching of an affectionate, nonsexual nature
- Shared feelings
- Closeness without inhibitions
- Absence of psychological defenses
- Open communication and honesty
- Intellectual agreement on major issues
- Spiritual harmony
- Sensitive appreciation of the mate's physical and emotional responses
- Similar values held
- Imparted secrets
- Genuine understanding
- Mutual confidence
- A sense of warmth, safety, and relaxation when together
- Sexual pleasures lovingly shared
- Signs of love freely given and received
- Mutual responsibility and caring
- Abiding trust

  For a true and ever lasting relationship... 

Trust... You have to trust the person with whom you want to have relationship
Respect... You should respect each other.
Compromise... Both of you must compromise in different matters.
Patience... Both of you should remain patient and take decisions after a deep thinking on every matter.

If you're not sure about your feelings or your relationship, take things slowly. Spend time apart and see how you are feeling while you are away. Do you miss the person? Or are you more attracted to others when you are apart?

  Every man sees his second mother in his wife but every woman sees her first child in her husband. 

  Marriage Quotes   

Marriage is a rocky road to walk on.
Marriage is not a word. It is a sentence - a life sentence.
Second marriage is the triumph of hope over experience.
Love is one long sweet dream, and marriage is the alarm clock.
It's true that love is blind but marriage is definitely an eye-opener.
A successful marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt every day.
Marriage is a bribe to make a housekeeper think she’s a householder.
It's true that all men are born free and equal, but some of them get married.
It is better for a woman to marry a man who loves her than a man she loves.
Love is moral even without legal marriage, but marriage is immoral without love.
If you have some words with your wife, then she have some paragraphs with you.
All married couples should learn the art of battle as they should learn the art of making love.
Marrying a man is like buying something you’ve been admiring for a long time in a shop window.
A marriage based on full confidence, based on complete and unqualified frankness on both sides.
The husband who wants a happy marriage should learn to keep his mouth shut and his checkbook open.
Marrying to increase love is like gaming to become rich; alas, you only lose what little stock you had before.
Validation is a real art and has many gradations. At the top of the scale is true sympathy and understanding.
The best friend is likely to acquire the best wife, because a good marriage is based on the talent for friendship.
Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years.


A marriage is sex-starved when one spouse is deeply unhappy with their sexual relationship
and this unhappiness is ignored, minimized, or dismissed by the other spouse.

How to compromise with your spouse?

Don't assume anything. It doesn't matter how long you have been together, there will always be things you don't know about one another. More than this, all of us grow and change over time. What may have been your spouse's favourite way of doing something 5 years ago may now have become a repetitive chore. Don't assume that things are static and always ideal. Always leave room to grow and change and the same will be done for you.

Ask questions and listen actively. If you have gotten into the habit of telling your spouse what to do, it is time to stop in your tracks and start asking instead. And do not be put off by initial responses such as "Oh I don't know, whatever you suggest is fine by me." That is the sign of someone long resigned to just agreeing for the sake of peace or getting things done. Keep probing gently and asking what your spouse really wants. When they tell you, listen. It might be all too easy to think you already know the answer but in 99% of the time, you won't. So listen and respond to what you hear, not what you want to hear.

How to Be Humble? How to Be a Good Listener?

Speak up. On the other hand, if you have become the doormat in your marriage, it is time to start saying how you feel, offering your opinions and giving your take on how you would like to do certain things. You might have to take time to develop the courage to do this but do it in baby steps and bit by bit, you will start to change your approach to just accepting things as they have always seemed to be.

How to Be Bold? How to Build Self Confidence?

Compromise. Whether you have been the chief organizer or the chief follower, learning compromise is the key to a happy relationship from here on. Learn how to make suggestions that take into account both parties. Consider such possibilities as:

  • Agreeing to do an activity that your spouse wants to do this time provided your spouse does an activity of yours next time and set a date!

  • Agreeing to do some of the activity that your spouse wants to do but adding in your ideas as well, so that the whole activity is a true combination of both your perspectives and wants.

  • Sharing tasks that neither enjoys doing by creating task charts that can be flexibly juggled around where needed. For example, vacuuming might be a chore taken on by one spouse most of the time except when they are unwell, away, or really busy. The other spouse can pick up on these occasions on the understanding that the spouse will return to the task when the situation is resolved rather than the new arrangement turning into the norm. Chore creep after agreement can make the spouse who is lumped with an unfair level of chores very frustrated.

  • Agreeing to give each other time out from household and parenting duties on a regular basis. This will give both spouses an expectation of free time rather than it being assumed that "someday down the track the other spouse will notice how overworked I am...". Unless such arrangements are made explicitly and clearly, they will not simply magic themselves into being.

  • Move on to collaborating. Compromise is still a situation in which some things are lost and some are won. It is a balancing exercise of competing interests and it is a good tool to grow cooperation. Ultimately, however, both of you might like to aim for a collaborative relationship. Meaning that the activities, pursuits, shared living arrangements etc. that both of you perform together become a result of collaboration where both of your input is equal, considerate of the other, builds on all the positive aspects of your contributions and creates an environment in which both of you thrive as distinct, important individuals who are totally supportive of one another. It carries no sense of either partner having to give up anything for or feel subsumed or outshone by the other person. Instead, choices are made by each individual with love, respect and care for the other uppermost in their decisions. This can take years to perfect and it's a wonderful journey.

Tips: If one of you is a spendaholic and the other a total thrifty, compromise is essential to easing money tensions. The thrifty person needs to learn to splurge now and then, while the spendaholic needs to curb the spending urges. In both cases it is likely that family upbringing or other prior experiences are directing monetary approaches and it is essential both partners sit down and work out their finances instead of "hoping it'll turn out all right". See Take a Healthy Approach to Finances in Your Relationship for some ideas on best approaching this.

Things You'll Need...

* Time together
* Self-confidence
* Respect
* Motivation

  4 Most Successful Marriage Tips 

Successful marriage tips can often involve complex and time-consuming processes. Successful marriage tips also, though, can require very little effort and still offer significant payoffs. Simply by giving your marriage a bit of attention, and following these successful marriage tips, you can immediately improve the interactions between you and your spouse.

Successful Marriage Tip #1: The "One Minute" Secret

This tip is all about focus.

When you both return home after a day of work, before you do anything else, spend 60 seconds sharing a hug and a kiss, looking into each other’s eyes, and talking. If you’re the first one home, when your spouse arrives, stop what you’re doing and give him or her 60 seconds of affection and attention. This  tip is powerful because of what happens between you on a subconscious level. It soothes your subconscious to press your bodies together and focus on each other for a full 60 seconds (and that’s longer that you think). It says warmth, home, love, and security in a very primal way.

Successful Marriage Tip #2: The "Best Sex" Secret

This tip has to do with understanding each other.

MEN — Become a master masseur: It’s been said that when it comes to sex, women are like ovens and men are like microwaves – quick to get hot. So this tip encourages you to get good at relaxing your wife and creating a real physical connection. A 5-minute foot massage at the end of the day. A caressing neck massage at bed time. A lower-back massage with some scented oil. These sensual acts show your commitment to her pleasure and can chase away any thoughts that block physical intimacy.

WOMEN — Seize the day. Initiate sex with your husband: This successful marriage tip is pretty simple. Men love it when women initiate sex. Plan to make the first move once a week, and make him an offer he can’t refuse.

Successful Marriage Tip #3: The "Cats and Dogs" Secret

This tip deals with conflict.

When you two are arguing, call a time-out and take turns stating the other person’s argument in your own words. You can even say, “TIME OUT!” Then each person must repeat the other person’s side of the argument to his or her satisfaction before the debate can continue. The reason this successful marriage tip is so powerful is because very person in this world wants to be understood. When you interrupt the fight and say to your spouse, “I REALLY need to hear and understand what you are saying, ” your subconscious message is, “I value you and respect you. What you are saying is important to me.” And when people feel understood, the anger often evaporates.

Successful Marriage Tip #4: The "Last Laugh" Secret

This tip is to get serious about laughter.

Grab a pen and make a list of five things that your spouse thinks are humorous. Then choose one and share a laugh tonight. Maybe it’s a DVD or humorous book. Perhaps your children did something hilarious or you heard a great joke at work. The point is, be on the lookout for stories and laughter-inducing incidents to share with your spouse. We strongly recommend this successful marriage tip because studies show that couples who laugh together on a daily basis have less stress, better sex, and a stronger connection. People also look forward to seeing an individual who helps them laugh...and that’s no joke.

 15 Steps Towards Improving Your Marriage

01- Catch your spouse doing something right (Staying happily married)

02- Share domestic chores (Domestic work can keep love alive for couples)

03- Becoming a good listener (Listening is key to a successful marriage)Wedding Bliss

04- Share parental decisions and support (Share and share until you succeed)

05- Never forget to say please and thank you (Speaking your way to a blissful marriage)

06- Share financial responsibilities (Learn each other's spending styles)

07- Remember to apologize (Knowing when to say you are sorry)

08- Resolve conflicts quickly (Recognizing marital conflicts and solving them fast)

09- Establish marital goals (The family that prays together stays together)

10- Never go to bed angry (The key to a solid marriage)

11- Plan time for romance (Re-introduce romance into your married life)

12- Explore common interests (The only way to spice up your marriage)

13- Share your fears and insecurities (Sharing is loving, loving is sharing)

14- Don't be afraid to cultivate your own interests (The key to a lasting marriage)

15- Never succumb to jealousy

  Some Jokes about Marriage  

  • Marriage is a relationship in which one person is always right and the other is the husband!

  • My wife and I always compromise. I admit I'm wrong and she agrees with me.

  • Two men are discussing their lives. One says, "I'm getting married. I'm tired of a messy apartment, dirty dishes, and no clothes to wear." The other one says, "I'm getting divorced for the same reasons."

  • Wife is sweet, when she is new. Sweeter, when she is true. And she is the sweetest, when she is someone else's wife.

  • My wife and I have the secret to make our marriage wonderful. Two times a week, we go to a nice restaurant, a little wine, good food... She goes Tuesdays, I go Fridays.

  • Married men live longer than single men do, but married men are a lot more willing to die.

  • To be happy with a man, you must understand him a lot and love him a little. But to be happy with a woman, you must love her a lot and not try to understand her at all.

  • A woman marries a man expecting he will change, but he doesn't. A man marries a woman expecting that she won't change, and she does.

  • So many options for suicide: Poison, sleeping pills, hanging, jumping from a building, lying on train tracks, but we chose Marriage, slow sure!


  A Humorous Melody about marriage 

Before Marriage...

Boy: Yes. At last. It was so hard to wait.

Girl: Do you want me to leave?

Boy: No! Don't even think about it.

Girl: Do you love me?

Boy: Of course! Over and over!

Girl: Have you ever cheated on me?

Boy: No! Why are you even asking?

Girl: Will you kiss me?

Boy: Every chance I get!

Girl: Will you hit me?

Boy: Are you crazy! I'm not that kind of person!

Girl: Can I trust you?

Boy: Yes.

Girl: Darling!

After marriage...

Just read it from Bottom to Top (in reverse order, starting from girl...)



 Funny Mathematics


» Smart man + smart woman = romance
» Smart man + dumb woman = affair
» Dumb man + smart woman = marriage
» Dumb man + dumb woman = pregnancy


» A man will pay $2 for a $1 item he needs.
» A woman will pay $1 for a $2 item that she doesn't need.


» A woman worries about the future until she gets a husband.
» A man never worries about the future until he gets a wife.

» A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend.
» A successful woman is one who can find such a man.

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