Great relationships don’t just happen; they are created. You have to work at it.
If your job takes all of your best energy, your marriage will suffer.3.
One of the greatest gifts you can give your spouse is your own happiness.4.
It is possible to love and hate someone at the same time.5.
When you complain about your spouse to your friends, remember that theirfeedback can be distorted.6.
The only rules in your marriage are those you both choose to agree with.7.
It is not conflict that destroys marriage; it is the cold, smoldering resentmentthat you hold for a long time.8.
It’s not what you’ve got, it’s what you do with what you have.
If you think you are too good for your spouse, think again.10.
Growing up in a happy household doesn’t ensure a happy marriage, or vice
It’s never too late to repair damaged trust.
The real issue is usually not the one you are arguing about.13.
Love isn’t just a
feeling; it is expressed through our actions.14.
Expectations set us up for disappointment and resentment.15.
Arguments cannot be avoided, but destructive arguments can be avoided.16.
One of the greatest gifts you can give your spouse is focused attention.17.
Even people with happy marriages sometimes worry that they married thewrong person.18.
Your spouse cannot rescue you from unhappiness, but they can help yourescue yourself.19.
The cost of a lie is far greater than any advantage you gain from speaking it.