Best 265 of Marriage advice quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 18 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

Sometimes divorce is the best thing that can happen to marriage

By Anonym 18 Sep

Wayne Chirisa

The depth of love is immeasurable, when you scale it, you will only see and experience it to the degree of your scales.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Tina Brown

Diana was better qualified than anyone to know that you don't just marry a man, you marry his family.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Warren Beatty

If you're going to get married, do it in the morning. That way, if it dosent work out ; you haven't wasted the whole day.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Seun Ajibade

Perhaps the most hillarious yet true advice I ever gave on marriage is this one. Don't marry because of Love, marry because of food Love fades, beauty wanes but hungry doesn't

By Anonym 17 Sep

John Eldredge

Marriage is the sanctuary of the heart. You have been entrusted with the heart of another human being. Whatever else your life's great mission will entail, loving and defending this heart next to you is part of your great quest.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lindsey Rietzsch

Marriage can and should be the greatest thing that happens to you in this life, along with having children. We need to make the most of it and work to make it that great experience we dreamed about when we were young.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Thomas Hardy

When you've made up your mind to marry, take the first respectable body that comes to hand - she's as good as any other; they be all alike in groundwork: 'tis only in the flourishes there's a difference.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

With perseverance and endurance you can survive any storm.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Elizabeth Gilbert

Marriage survives... because it evolves.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Noorilhuda

Be faithful to the unknown, plan for it by expecting it rather than waiting for it to knock you down. I believe your husband will take care of you, for he is a hardworking sensible man, but Jane, I had no one to look out for me when I was growing up, or when I had you all to myself, it did not make me rudderless, cynical or pacifist, but it did make me feel extremely alone. It blinded me, I did not know what to make of it. No person in life can fill up that feeling, no matter how many workers we have or friends to call on, or women fluttering about, you are in this alone, you have to be all you can be in this life, and no one can make it happen for you, it is necessary to be lonely every once in a while, it is even good, but there is a difference in being alone and being helpless. If you let yourself be helpless, if you find yourself in such a predicament where you feel there is no way out, then you will be crushed whether you are a flower or a mountain. And you must not allow yourself to be crushed." - Mr. Adams to daughter Jane

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jesse Petersen

Have you ever wanted to smash a car? Or break a television? Or maybe burn a big fire in the middle of a city square? If the answer is yes, then you'd have some fun during a zombie infestation. It's the little moments, you know?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Cathy Marie Hake

To my dear daughters, granddaughters, and all future brides, I thought it would be a wonderful tradition for each bride to write a little note and leave a legacy for those who come after her. How I wish my own mother had lived to see my wedding day and been present to share her wisdom! I make no pretense at being wise, but God is. The bible says we can ask for wisdom, and God will honor our request. As you consider marriage, first seek God's will and ask Him to direct your heart. Do not hasten to take your vows. Pause and reflect before you take such a momentous step, and be sure your mate honors God. A marriage is not just between a man and a woman--it is a holy union which must include the Lord to flourish. Ethan was God's gift to me. His patience, strength, and companionship were like a balm to my grief. We learned to work together and rely on one another until respect and affection sparked. Love came softly and grew in our hearts. How I thank God for bringing us together and blessing our union! Though hardships test us and extraordinary things thrill us, life is made up of mundane days. Love each other in the little, commonplace matters of life to strengthen your marriage, or it will wither from neglect. Appreciate what you have, and forgive as freely as you laugh. My darlings, my prayer is for you to make wise decisions of the heart--first in devoting your spirit to the Lord, then in giving your hand to a man. May each of you be blessed with a godly mate and know the joy of growing close together and growing old with him.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Barbara Becker Holstein

They hadnt enjoyed each others company in years. Talking led to screaming and both were sick of the fights.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Hilary Mantel

My father always says, choosing a wife is like putting your hand into a bag full of writhing creatures, with one eel to six snakes. What are the chances you will pull out the eel?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilya Atani

In all of your relationships, romantic or not, GIVE. Practice it. You get good at what you practice, and sometimes you even become great.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jane Green

She always says she doesn't believe women should get married before the age of thirty-five...she says women change so much in their twenties, they can't possibly know who they are, and the choices they make before the age of thirty are rarely good ones.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lindsey Rietzsch

Forget about trying to "fix" your spouse's flaws. Instead, focus your attention on aspects and characteristics that you enjoy most.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Mira Lyn Kelly

There's a significant social element in my business, and I want a wife who can help balance the conversation. Playing hostess and accompanying me as needed for whatever reason comes up. Dinners, parties, charitable events. No more than a couple times a week. Also, our children - as many as you'd like - come first. They need to be your number one priority. And lastly it means respecting both me and our marriage vows. She understood. "Fidelity." "Fidelity.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Auliq Ice

Marriage union goes beyond the actual ceremony. It goes beyond intimacy and remains a solid foundation for happiness; if only partners remain optimally loyal to the mission.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lindsey Rietzsch

The more interest you show in your spouse, the more interest your spouse will show in you.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Linda Alfiori

YOU HAVE THE POWER TO KEEP HIS LOVE ALIVE, BUT YOU MUST TAKE IN CONSIDERATION WHAT IT IS IMPORTANT FOR YOUR MAN” ― Linda Alfiori

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ilya Atani

Orgasm is indeed the climax of the deed, but does not every mountain have two slopes? You have successfully carried her to the summit of her desires, but now your duty is to gently carry her back down the other side.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Paula Whidden

They’d been married so long, because when they disagreed, they still wanted to work together. I made a mental note.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Haruna Idowu

Men grew up receiving from their mothers without giving anything in return, and they unconsciously expect the same from their women. Could this unintendedly taught and unknowingly learnt selfishness be responsible for break-ups and divorce? Give at least a promise to your woman and keep it.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Bernard Kelvin Clive

Until you start building your brand don't start searching for a bride

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jeffrey Rasley

Marriage is sleeping together in a bed a little too narrow.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Love begets joy. Joy begets peace. Peace begets patience. Patience begets kindness. Kindness begets goodness. Goodness begets faithfulness. Faithfulness begets gentleness. Gentleness begets self-control.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Tayari Jones

Marriage is complicated.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Stephen Fry

Certainly the most destructive vice if you like, that a person can have. More than pride, which is supposedly the number one of the cardinal sins - is self pity. Self pity is the worst possible emotion anyone can have. And the most destructive. It is, to slightly paraphrase what Wilde said about hatred, and I think actually hatred's a subset of self pity and not the other way around - ' It destroys everything around it, except itself '. Self pity will destroy relationships, it'll destroy anything that's good, it will fulfill all the prophecies it makes and leave only itself. And it's so simple to imagine that one is hard done by, and that things are unfair, and that one is underappreciated, and that if only one had had a chance at this, only one had had a chance at that, things would have gone better, you would be happier if only this, that one is unlucky. All those things. And some of them may well even be true. But, to pity oneself as a result of them is to do oneself an enormous disservice. I think it's one of things we find unattractive about the american culture, a culture which I find mostly, extremely attractive, and I like americans and I love being in america. But, just occasionally there will be some example of the absolutely ravening self pity that they are capable of, and you see it in their talk shows. It's an appalling spectacle, and it's so self destructive. I almost once wanted to publish a self help book saying 'How To Be Happy by Stephen Fry : Guaranteed success'. And people buy this huge book and it's all blank pages, and the first page would just say - ' Stop Feeling Sorry For Yourself - And you will be happy '. Use the rest of the book to write down your interesting thoughts and drawings, and that's what the book would be, and it would be true. And it sounds like 'Oh that's so simple', because it's not simple to stop feeling sorry for yourself, it's bloody hard. Because we do feel sorry for ourselves, it's what Genesis is all about.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Muhammad Anwar Jalil

A sensitive person must find a sensitive life partner otherwise a raw life partner would become a puzzle for his/her entire life

By Anonym 15 Sep

Louisa May Alcott

. . . children should draw [a husband & wife] nearer than ever, not separate you, as if they were all yours, and [your husband] had nothing to do but support them. . . . don't neglect husaband for children, don't shut him out of the nursery, but teach him how to help in it. His place is there as well as yours, and the children need him; let him feel that he has his part to do, and he will do it gladly and faithfully, and it will be better for you all. . . . That is the secret of our home happiness: he does not let business wean him from the little cares and duties that affect us all, and I try not to let domestic worries destroy my interest in his pursuits. Each do our part alone in many things, but at home we work together, always. . . . no time is so beautiful and precious to parents as the first years of the little lives given them to train. Don't let [your husband] be a stranger to the babies, for they will do more to keep him safe and happy in this world of trial and temptation than anything else, and through them you will learn to know and love one another as you should.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

Married life is not for the faint hearted. Sometimes it can look like an ugly battlefield

By Anonym 16 Sep

Prince Akwarandu

Don't ever marry a person you don't truly love. Don't believe what people often say, that the love will develop in future. Those whose love develop in future are very few. If after a period of time you've been dating and the love doesn't seem to grow, I strongly advise you have to re-think.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Teresa Collins

Marriage is a lot like a roller coaster. You have extreme highs and you can have some pretty extreme lows, but the ride is worth it.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Nilesh Rathod

Love does not need true copies signed by a registrar of marriages.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

The most crucial thing to know about true love is that, it is not something you can find, rather you need to build it with the person in whose eyes you see your soul.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Christine Schultz

But perhaps the best words of wisdom come from Anne Gilberto of East Boston, who's been married to Steve for more than 50 years. In that time, they've reached a form of compromise that not only gets things done but also lets them both take satisfaction in having had their own way. The secret to their long marriage, say Anne, is this: 'I always give him the last word. I tell him what to do, and he says, 'Yes, ma'am.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

It is lack of communication that leads to unhappy marriage.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sohil Ashvin Shah

I don't want a girl who only feels comfortable in either a temple or a discotheque. She has to be both, the saint and the sinner!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sheri Cobb South

I'm sure your feelings do you credit, John, but by Jove, you can't marry a female in a fit of philantropy!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mapogo Chuene

The greatest art in marriage is not when you are loved; but when you love. Most definitely when you love, you will be loved.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

I thought there was no use for me in reading Sun Tzu and Machiavelli because I am neither a warrior nor a politician, but it turned out to be useful when I married

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jesse Petersen

Show physical affection. Nothing says "I love you" like bearing the entirety of your spouse's weight.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Seth Adam Smith

Paradoxically, the more you truly love that person, the more love you receive.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Henrietta Newton Martin

There can be no deceit in love, and if you find it, it never was...