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16 Ways To Keep Your Marriage

Posted October 29th, 2012 | by The Red Headed Lawyer

Dan Pearce, of the blog Single Dad Laughing, describes in detail 16 different ways he blew his marriage. These are 16 ways that may help keep your marriage, and help you avoid having to see a divorce lawyer in the first place. After all, a dentist will gladly fix your cavity, but would much prefer to see your teeth stay healthy.

http://www.danoah.com/2012/10/16-ways-i-blew-my-marriage.html

1. Don’t Stop Holding Her Hand

When I first dated the woman I ended up marrying, I always held her hand. In the car. While walking. At meals. At movies. It didn’t matter where. Over time, I stopped. I made up excuses like my hand was too hot or it made me sweat or I wasn’t comfortable with it in public. Truth was, I stopped holding hands because I stopped wanting to put in the effort to be close to my wife. No other reason.

If I Could Have A Do-Over: I’d hold her hand in the car. I’d hold her hand on a star. I’d hold her hand in a box. I’d hold her hand with a fox. And I’d hold her hand everywhere else, too, even when we didn’t particularly like each other for the moment.

4. Don’t stop cooking for her.

I knew how to woo a girl, for sure. And the ticket was usually a night in, cooking a nice meal and having a romantic evening. So why is it then, that I didn’t do that for her after we got married? Sure, I’d throw some canned soup in the microwave or fry up some chimichangas once in a while, but I rarely if ever went out of my way to sweep her off her feet after we were married by steaming crab legs, or making fancy pasta, or setting up a candlelit table.

If I Could Have A Do-Over: I’d make it a priority to cook for her, and only her, something awesome at least every month. And I’d remember that meat in a can is never awesome.