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Stay interested in each other. Show you care by using your partner's love language every day. Put intimacy high on your "to do" list. Turn to each other first when you have a problem. Court each other. Do new things together regularly.
I'm a marriage therapist with 20 years experience, and I have witnessed how small choices and decisions on a daily basis can keep your marriage strong, or slowly wear it down. It's the little stuff that matters in the end!
If you're together for any amount of time you're going to have disagreements. Moreover, you're hopefully close enough to where you can be vulnerable with each other. That also means you might say something you know will hurt your spouse and regret. Dr. Karen Sherman shares advice on how to handle the situation where you say something you regret.