Old is gold. We all have heard this notion, so here are the marriage advices which are very old though but are as precious as Gold now.
“Nagging causes more unhappiness in families than extravagance, poor housekeeping, and infidelity put together.”—Dorothy Carnegie, author of How to Help Your Husband Get Ahead (1957)
Keep complaints private
“If you must criticize, do so privately and without anger.” —Edward Podolsky, author of Sex Today in Wedded Life (1947)
“Love is concerned with giving. Abundantly and lavishly.”—Dorothy Carnegie, author of How to Help Your Husband Get Ahead (1957)
Let small gripes go
“Good-humored acceptance of things as they come and a refusal to be upset over trifles strengthen the fabric of love.”—Dorothy Carnegie, author of How to Help Your Husband Get Ahead (1957)
“Sharing anything, be it a crust of bread or an idea, brings people closer together. Sharing the special interests and recreations with those we love is one of the main highways to happiness in human relations, suggests Readers Digest.