What makes your marriage work?
what's your secret? Or tip? The girl that was on Full house has been slammed for speaking out that submissiveness makes hers work. Of course she's been taken WAY out of context.
I think what she means.. Is she likes her man to be the man and her to be the wife.
I get it. And I'm pretty outspoken and independent and tough but I like my man to be the head of the household... Chivalry is awesome.
People need to understand what she's saying because I think in moderation she's onto something.
I think we are pretty traditional, though we are definitely seeing some slight changes due to both of us being home and our roles intertwining, but even both of us being home is working. Not that we don't have our days, but we just like each other and being together.
Communication is not the only key to making a marriage work but the resolve to stick it out no matter what (adultery being a reason it may not work) . It's too easy to run from problems. I also think respecting and loving one another are important too.
Here's a post I wrote as to why I thought we were reaching our 18th wedding anniversary, now we are closing in on 20 years: