HAPPY DECEMBER LOVELY LIGHTS!
I seriously cannot believe 2011 is nearly over, but I’m so excited and completely giddy with the Holiday Spirit! How about you?
Speaking of giddy- after 8 years of marriage, I still get giddy when my hubby walks in the room! So, in this weeks webisode I give my newly engaged girlfriend, Julianna, a few simple tips that I have found to make my marriage work! Now obviously- there is SO much more to it, but hey- we’re not taping an hour, full- length talk show here…
I have to share some of the fabulous and enlightening comments we’ve received on Facebook and YouTube:
Bonnielee Cuevas says, “Marriage is a bundle of amazing things. One must take the time to nurture, listen, love, and remember it was for better or for worse, for richer or poorer. As long as there is an abundance of communication and God in your marriage it will last a lifetime. After 10 years of marriage I am still in love with my husband and could ask for nothing more”.
Marcella Mathot-Dewis shared, “I have been married for 20 years. I have a husband who I believe always has my best interests at heart. when he has upset me, I give him the benefit of the doubt… because he is a good, unselfish man and I trust him. This works both ways. When the storms come (and they will come) It is important to know Gods GRACE. We both understand GODS GRACE. We understand it and apply it. Gods grace makes us right with God, but it is the most powerful tool in making us right with each other”.
Jon Welch said, “You have to be willing to give more than you take, the little things matter most, and never let your battles become a war! ( nothing is that bad ) 20 years in September 2012. She completes me and still makes me want to be a better man”!
Anna Rachocki shared, “Something we were told before we got married was “to always be competing for sacrifices.” Everyone always talks about compromise, but take it one step further! Someone also told us that when they asked a couple celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary what their secret was, the husband replied, “Never fall out of love at the same time.” A relationship should always be a “give and take” and when one person is weak, the other is strong”.
A few great comments from SOS YouTube subscribers:
“Great advice! And congratulations Julianna. It’s good to hear this as a beginner and as someone that has been married many years. We do NOT want to lose sight of these principles”.
“Being married 10 year and 3 kids later , communication is a big factor like you said I am happy to say I am happy and bless with a wonderful man that I love more than ever!”
Please tell me your thoughts! This was the first “talk show” style webisode and I would love your feedback. So far, we’ve received an amazing response! Remember SOS is all about EMPOWERMENT in every area of your life- not just fashion, makeup and accessorizing. But don’t worry, we have fantastic beauty & style webisodes slated to tape this month so you can get your “fabulous fix”!
It’s all about giving you the tools to be YOUR MOST FABULOUS YOU!
Love, Tiff xoxo
3 thoughts on “How do you make it work?”
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So many amazing marriages! It’s beautiful to see all the love. ❤
My partner always calls me and tells me he loves me just that we never really spend time together how do i make that work