Marriage Advice from Seniors


Marriage Advice from Seniors

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REXBURG – "Don't dance with those who can't move their feet, hahaha … That's the worst thing in the world, it's getting a partner who can't dance, hahaha" laughed Jeanette Jutke.

In other words, marry someone who can dance. And that is a shout to some of my colleagues who need to learn some lessons.

"What's the best marriage advice you can give me, Shirley?" asked Carolee Smith, who is getting married in two weeks.

"Take a deep breath," said Shirley Lineback.

"Take a deep breath?" laughed Smith.

Carolee Smith is asking her Homestead Assisted Living friends for advice because she will be married in two weeks.

"Marriage is a link, no matter if they have cognitive problems. They identify that this was such an impressive moment in their lives that there is a connection they can make with me," said Carolee Smith, who is getting married. .

"Don't be too critical. People are sensitive and criticism hurts," said Carrie Lee.

"Always balance your budget," said Ted Garner.

If you missed it, Ted said he always balances his budget, because that's where many young couples get in trouble.

"Don't forget your birthday," said Ron.

"Some of these people are separated from their spouse, the spouse is still alive, but because of their health problems, hearing their advice makes me want to be cautious and caring in my marriage," Smith said.

Of course the best advice could be simply to say "I love you"

"Well, of course, that you love yourself and have God first in your life"

Video credits to Steven Pope YouTube channel





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