When you're walking down the aisle, eyes damp with joy, you just know that nothing will ever go wrong, that you'll still be soulmates 50 years from now. We asked our readers to share the best marriage advice they ever received.
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Winning at life really just means learning how to be content and fulfilled, and fortunately there are ways to do that!
In many cases, that's the reality — 20, 30 or even 50 years later, some couples are still going strong. Here's some of their wisdom.Debigus said: "The best advice was that I should love my husband but not wrap myself up in him, that I should always remember that I was a person before he came along and I should do my damnedest to stay a person while I was married to him.