The best advice I ever got was about being responsible and about respecting the next person.
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In our Pre-Marriage class at our church, the pastor went through many issues with us: money, in-laws, children, decision-making, who does what chores, etc. But the one that stands out as being the most helpful was to "Celebrate Your Differences" rather than resenting the other one or trying to change them or complaining to them or about them to other people, or embarrassing them at a party about an issue. It was so simple and yet profoundly practical since we are so very different. 33 years together and despite some really serious issues to deal with, we still love and respect each other.
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