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Simon

You know, I think it's some combination of making conscious choices based on all those past experiences, as well as the nigh unavoidable impact some of them had. The more you can tend towards the conscious, the better off you'll be in my estimation.

And a marriage secret? Probably isn't just one, but if you're not talking, it's not going to be a very rewarding marriage.

Nana

A lot of it is dumb luck but a whole lot more of it is hard work. The secret though, I think is knowing when to compromise and when to stick to your guns. And it helps to be best friends, that insures the necessary respect.

Mom

Nana has no idea what she's talking about. The secret is keeping the communi-cation open at all times. Fighting is good if it's thorough.
BTW, glad you got rid of all those other bozos ;-)

William

Hard work is my answer. Marriage is a committment too many people take committments way to lightly these days.

Nik

Couples that play together stay together.

Ben

Sydney and I go to a marriage retreat each year to make sure we are on the same page...

Works for us.

Becky

I have to admit that I have seen a couple of marraiges in crisis recently and it actually makes our marriage stronger.
I have always been one to learn from my mistakes. I may have to fall on my ass a couple of times before I say, "Hey.. that hurt.. I really don't want to do THAT again."

Jazzy

Honesty, trust, communication, communication, communication and more communication. That's what makes a marriage work. That and learning from our past mistakes.

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