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    Getting married. Welcome you're advice.

    Well tomorrow at noon I will be a married man. Found an amazing woman a few years ago and for some reason she has stuck around. We have always focused on being better for each other and I am asking for any advice you care to share on being a better partner for someone you care about.

    This forum has always been valuable to me and I've always really appreciated all the knowledge about motorcycles that y'all have shared and now i am asking you to share something different. Thanks so much.





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    Tell her from your heart that you love and appreciate her each and every day and thank the Good Lord that He blessed you with her. Cherish her, love her and treat her like a

    1st John 1:9
    If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

    John 3:16
    For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

    John 3:17
    For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.

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    May the Lord bless and guide you on your lifetime of tenderness, caring, and love for each other.
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    I'm so happy for the two of you & wish you the absolute best. Make a lifetime of wonderful memories together.
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    Convince her everyday how much you love her, value her, admire her.
    Make sure she knows you will always be there for her...no matter what.
    If kids are in the future, remind each other how lucky you are to have them.

    The cartwheels, the paddling, the smiles, the love. That face! Remind her often, how delighted you are have her in your life.
    Make sure she feels the same way about you, and often.

    Last year, Betty & I celebrated our 50th anniversary in your beautiful state. North to South, via the inland passage & side-trips. The things and places we saw, the people we met, the overwhelming beauty we were immersed in...wanting not to leave. Now scheming to return...knowing it will never happen.
    But if Alaska continues for you guys, believe that the experience will help you spiritually and bond you. And be strong.
    A place to build a special life...

    I guess this should be at the top of the list, but I wanted to set it apart, emphasize it.
    Do not cheat on each other...and have fun! Always.

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    just stay open and honest
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    Hey TW2, CONGRATS! What they said^^.
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    Don;t do it!!!!

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    Love and respect. If you are successful in your interpersonal relationshops in general, you will do great as long as you keep love and respect at the forefront everyday.
    Congratulations!
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    Remember that love is not an emotion, but an act of the will. Specifically, it is an act of the will wherein you desire the best for a person and do that thing. Some days it may be saying, "yes, honey." Other days it may be saying no. It often means suffering for someone rather than getting what you want out of them.

    While it is a partnership, there also has to be an awareness of your role as a man and husband, and her role as a woman and wife, both to you and to her. However, you must treat your place in the relationship with respect and a holy fear of violating the trust necessary for such a dynamic to work. You must not let her walk over you.

    I highly recommend a reading of the Army Officer and NCO Creed with a mind towards placing it in the context of your role as a husband and, God willing, as a father.

    U.S. Army - Commissioned Officer Creed - Military Authority
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