30 Tips to Stay Married 30 Years Today: If Possible Take Advantage of Your Parent’s Advice

by Datechguy | March 16th, 2018

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30 Tips to Stay Married 30 Years Today: If Possible Take Advantage of Your Parent's Advice

This is one piece of advice that is com­pletely con­di­tional for sev­eral reasons:

1. Many peo­ple are get­ting mar­ried later so it is very pos­si­ble that their par­ents are no longer alive.

2. In this era many peo­ple have divorced par­ents sep­a­rated by dis­tance or come from a sin­gle par­ent house­hold and never knew one of them.

Nev­er­the­less if you are in a posi­tion to get the advice of a par­ent by all means take it.

Your par­ents whether suc­cess­ful or not in mar­riage them­selves not only bring years of life expe­ri­ence to the table but are a source of uncon­di­tional love and sup­port. There are going to be times when you need to vent in a mar­riage and such vent­ing is best with a per­son with more life expe­ri­ence than you.

Thanks to cur­rent tech­nol­ogy you are in a posi­tion to speak to par­ents “face to face” on a daily basis in a way that cou­ples in the past can not. Of course if they live close enough to be directly engaged with your fam­ily on a reg­u­lar basis it is even better.

Par­ents are the best choice, they can see things from out­side of a cir­cle of friends, fur­ther­more they are less likely to have a side agenda that they are try­ing to promote.

Your par­ents want your life to work, let them help you.

A final thought, if for what­ever rea­son par­ents are unavail­able or inap­pro­pri­ate for such advice, an older Uncle or Aunt can serve this function.

The 30 Tips to Say Mar­ried 30 years so far

Tip 1: Choose Wisely
Tip 2: A long Engage­ment
Tip 3: Get Mar­ried in Church
Tip 4: Don’t write your own vows.
Tip 5: Set lim­its early
Tip 6: Live Mod­estly
Tip 7: Embrace Your Mother-​In-​Law


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This is one piece of advice that is completely conditional for several reasons:

1. Many people are getting married later so it is very possible that their parents are no longer alive.

2. In this era many people have divorced parents separated by distance or come from a single parent household and never knew one of them.

Nevertheless if you are in a position to get the advice of a parent by all means take it.

Your parents whether successful or not in marriage themselves not only bring years of life experience to the table but are a source of unconditional love and support.  There are going to be times when you need to vent in a marriage and such venting is best with a person with more life experience than you.

Thanks to current technology you are in a position to speak to parents “face to face” on a daily basis in a way that couples in the past can not. Of course if they live close enough to be directly engaged with your family on a regular basis it is even better.

Parents are the best choice, they can see things from outside of a circle of friends, furthermore they are less likely to have a side agenda that they are trying to promote.

Your parents want your life to work, let them help you.

A final thought, if for whatever reason parents are unavailable or inappropriate for such advice, an older Uncle or Aunt can serve this function.

The 30 Tips to Say Married 30 years so far

Tip 1:  Choose Wisely
Tip 2: A long Engagement
Tip 3: Get Married in Church
Tip 4: Don’t write your own vows.
Tip 5: Set limits early
Tip 6: Live Modestly
Tip 7: Embrace Your Mother-In-Law


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