Really listen to each other. Take time each day to share with each other, thoughts, etc. Don't sit on your frustration and anger; talk it out.
We met in October 1992 in the Theater Dept. at the university Kelly attended. We dated off and on for a few years until Murray joined the military. We took a break for a few months and then got back together in early 1996. In the Spring of 97 Murray proposed and we were married that October.
We enjoy doing all sorts of things together; from rock concerts to museums and bowling to SCUBA diving. We have as much fun as we can!
The longest running ever has revealed that our personality changes so much that in life that you might look like a completely different person from when you were 14 to 77 years old. What does this mean for your marriage? Dr. Karen Sherman weighs in.