Keeping Love Alive

Listen to your elders, they know best. Here's what local seniors have to say when it comes to love, marriage and never letting the fire burn out.

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Listen to your elders, they know best. Here's what local seniors had to say when it comes to love, marriage and never letting the fire burn out. <b>
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Know the meaning of compromise. Think of yourselves as one -- Marvin and Bea Levinthal
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Never stay angry. If you have an argument, get it out of your system. Just forget it. And at night say "I love you." -- Joseph Quigley and Dorothy Andrayo
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Being compatible is key. Always remember that it all began with love and you have to compromise. Arguments become less and less -- Samuel and Lenore Scott
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Appreciate the goodness about your spouse -- Julius and Edith Victor
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Laugh a lot -- Armand and Ann Robinson
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Care for each other. We are used to each other and can't think of doing anything without each other. Be each others -- Tilman and Evelyn Hahn
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Honor one another above yourself -- Vornon and Ruth Price
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Be good to each other and enjoy being parents together -- Bob and Barbara Rosenberg
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Give and take. The main thing for long lasting is love. You must love one another unselfishly -- Mohan and Rah Mehra
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When you have an argument, remember that you love each other. Stop and look for something positive about the other point of view and then talk about it. In other words, respect your spouse's opinion.
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