A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.
Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads, which sew people together through the years.
Whenever you're wrong, admit it; Whenever you're right, shut up.
I love being married. It's so great to find that one special person you want to annoy for the rest of your life.
Many marriages would be better if the husband and the wife clearly understood that they are on the same side.
One advantage of marriage is that, when you fall out of love with him or he falls out of love with you, it keeps you together until you fall in again.
A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers.
More marriages might survive if the partners realized that sometimes the better comes after the worse.
Marriage is our last, best chance to grow up.
In every marriage more than a week old, there are grounds for divorce. The trick is to find, and continue to find, grounds for marriage.
The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.
All married couples should learn the art of battle as they should learn the art of making love. Good battle is objective and honest - never vicious or cruel. Good battle is healthy and constructive, and brings to a marriage the principles of equal partnership.
All married couples should learn the art of battle as they should learn the art of making love.
Love does not consist in gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction.
We waste time looking for the perfect lover, instead of creating the perfect love.
Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.
A good marriage is one which allows for change and growth in the individuals and in the way they express their love.
There is no greater happiness for a man than approaching a door at the end of a day knowing someone on the other side of that door is waiting for the sound of his footsteps.
The real act of marriage takes place in the heart, not in the ballroom or church or synagogue. It's a choice you make on your wedding day, and over and over again and that choice is reflected in the way you treat your husband.
Marriage is not a noun; it's a verb. It isn't something you get. It's something you do. It's the way you love your partner every day.