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  1. Qualities that help relationships endure – respect, humor, listening/communication discussing, managing expectations, tolerance, working out mutually issues around money/finances/saving and spending

  2. Man this is way better to listen to than people from my generation and the new generation coming up…please be careful who you take your advice from people…and make sure that the people giving advice are modeling what they say…long term marriage advice needs to come from people who either made it work the first go around despite their problems, or people who messed up in the beginning but now have a strong long term marriage.

    At the least the second party can tell you what it takes to pick yourself back up and find love and marriage again despite your past failures on your marriage resume.

  3. Don’t think everything you see in movies, social media or TV is real. Your partner is real, just like you. Everybody make mistakes. You will have to forgive him, a lot of times.

    Once I wrote a quote, and it’s like "say the good things to your husband, and say the bad things to the Lord". Sometimes we forgot to say good things, but at the first mistake, we yell, fight and be mad.
    Praying is the key for your change and your partner’s change.

  4. Man this is way better to listen to than people from my generation and the new generation coming up…please be careful who you take your advice from people…and make sure that the people giving advice are modeling what they say…long term marriage advice needs to come from people who either made it work the first go around despite their problems, or people who messed up in the beginning but now have a strong long term marriage.

    At the least the second party can tell you what it takes to pick yourself back up and find love and marriage again despite your past failures on your marriage resume.

  5. Amazing video! It would also be nice to see the same video with people from different parts of the world – Japan, India, etc.

  6. Funny how the men are mostly talking about how their experiences are positive and the women are either silent or giving realness that it’s a lot of hard work and unhappiness at times.

  7. This is really cute and wholesome. But to me this cements the fact even more that being with one person for the rest of your life is unatural and it requires people to dig deeper than they ever have before. Every day marriage seems like a dumber and dumber idea.

  8. Yea right …The Love lasts only a couple of years but you stay togather because of the kids ,after that you stay together because of financial reasons, its all all a big Lie

  9. For Marriage there is no auto-pilot. Grab the wheel and hang-on and keep going. If you stop someone could jump off , don’t let them.

  10. Watch Earthlings documentary to see the suffering animals go through for meat, dairy, eggs. Eat with compassion.

  11. Marriage can be a long dark tunnel. Don’t give up things will get better. Wow ……this is an excellent video

  12. Don’t compete, don’t treat each other like children and hold one another accountable. Your love language may not be there’s. Intimacy is not earned or gifted it’s necessary. Don’t bring outside advice into your marriage.

  13. As said in Tuesdays with Morrie, “The most important thing to understand is how important it is to keep your marriage”

  14. Their marriage is successful and they are still happily married because they have learnt and practiced many things together; respect, consideration, patience, tolerance etc so if someone can’t even meet you halfway and says and does things that hurt you or damage your marriage, don’t even because you deserve someone better

  15. Most and worst conflicts are happening within the four conners of couple’s homes than anywhere on this planet earth.

  16. These couples can’t really tell the world why they stay together. Every couple is different; no one couple’s experience can be emulated..or copied….or held up as a model marriage….how do I know? I’ve been married for 63 years and I wouldn’t dream of giving advice on a long marriage…but….if there’s one thing I know…..in this 63’d year, I look at my wife and feel that same emotion I felt in 1958 when I first met her….there’s something about her, something I can’t explain, something that has always made me look, and listen, twice. That’s it.

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