"marriage Advice For Newlyweds Brandy Bsn & Kevin !!!"

  1. Okay, here's our chance to get "our" Brandy and Kevin off

    to many, many years of happy married life !

    Let's give them our best advice for a successful, loving, and

    happy marriage.

    I'll be back, I need to think of a good one. Carry on....
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  3. by   cargal
    Saw this in an antique store on an old cookie jar: "Kissin don't last, cookin do." lol.
  4. by   delirium
    Prenuptial agreement.

    Oh, but that's advice I should have given *before* the wedding.
  5. by   Jenny P
    Never go to bed mad at each other, even if you have to stay up all night!
  6. by   delirium
    Originally posted by Jenny P
    Never go to bed mad at each other, even if you have to stay up all night!
    You know, I've heard this piece of advice a bunch of times. But I have to say, if you value sleep (as I do), it just isn't practical.

    I sleep just as well mad as I do otherwise.

  7. by   shygirl
    "Keep your words soft and sweet-you'll never know from time to time which ones you'll have to eat."

    Courtesy of my Grandmother!
  8. by   prn nurse
    Well, I made a pot of coffee and gave this matter a lot of

    thought. I wanted to come up with something deep and

    profound that would see you through the next fifty years,

    something that would guarantee success.

    I considered everyone I know with solid marriages, and

    this is what they all have in common.

    Always be honest with each other. Always. Honesty builds

    trust. Marriage cannot thrive and survive without trust.

    Not very profound, is it? But it is the foundation of all

    the other bonds of marriage.

    Good Luck.
  9. by   nurs4kids
    Trust is good. I agree with Purp, sleep deprivation will eventually, by far, outweigh the old advice of not going to sleep mad. And if you're anything like me, the more you loose sleep, the grouchier you become, so resolving an argument becomes less likely.

    The best advice I can give you is...
    sleep while you don't have kids...and most of all......
    enjoy the sex while you don't have kids.
  10. by   Rustyhammer
    Whatever you do, don't forget to talk to each other.
    You are the best of friends and that will make you better companions and lovers.
    Overlook the little things that aren't worth changing for it's the whole person you married not the one who's little idiosyncrasies bug you.
    Laugh at yourselves, you are funny.
    Touch and hold each other and say "I love you" lots.
  11. by   dawngloves
    Once you get hold of the remote, don't let go!!!!!
  12. by   Rustyhammer
    Originally posted by dawngloves
    Once you get hold of the remote, don't let go!!!!!

    LOL...I love it.
  13. by   suni
    never mention the d word, once you speak it it makes it more possible to divorce
  14. by   kittyw
    Say I love you ... and mean it when you say it.

    Hold hands ... and love on each other (NOT just sex ... but cuddle & hug - back rubs when the other is working on something)

    Do silly things together & laugh a lot!

    Give each other little "gifts" just when ever. I like to mail cards to my bf or leave a little something around his place ... just to let him know I care. He likes to write love letters & email them to me. We never know when the other is going to do something like this ... it's always very special.

    And ... trust is very, very important!!!!!!

    Best of luck to you two!