I have been to alot of weddings - which means I've witnessed countless ceremony and numerous wedding toasts. I've head a lot of marriage advice, over the years. Some of it is silly and intended to make the guests laugh, but every now and then someone says something that really resonates with me and I apply to my own marriage. So here are some of my favorites!
"Be slow to anger, and quick to forgive."
"You know you are with the right person, when they make you be a better person and bring you significantly more happiness than saddess."
"It's not just finding the right partner, it's being the right partner."
"Choose to love each other, even in those moments when you struggle to like each other."
"In every argument, remember that there won't be a 'winner' and a 'loser.' You're partners in everything so you'll either win together or lose together. Work together to find a solution."
"In marriage, giving 100% isn't enough. You each have to give 150%."
"Real love is suffering together, struggling together and coming out on the other side of it all loving each other more than ever."
"You've found your soulmate when they make you shine brighter than you ever could have on your own. They challenge you to be more than you ever thought was possible."
What's your favorite marriage advice? Comment below!