I realized that my number 1 role as a wife is to help bring out the best of my husband.
However, our reason behind our advancement is far more important. Ex. we take care of our husband just the way we look after our children. We want to enhance our physical appearance to please not the people around us but our husband.
4. Remember the Sabbath, to keep it holy.
This year, my husband and I established holy habits that include praying together, companionship scripture study and going to church together diligently. We make sure that we add new habits only after we successfully strengthened the ones we are currently working out.
I also enjoy supporting each other with our church callings.
I often say to my husband, "our home is not a house of complaining, but a house of forgiving!"
President Gordon B. Hinckley taught,
I learned that a long-lasting marriage requires a never ending forgiveness.
7. Thou shalt not commit adultery.
Forgiveness is the beginning of an honest path. You never keep a secret from your spouse. My husband and I wrote down rules on how to protect our marriage. We set limitations on how we should treat the people around us; co-workers, friends, our families and especially the opposite sex. We discussed the role of social media in our relationship. We strive to avoid situations where we can be dishonest. We gave up some habits we identified unhealthy for our companionship.
An approval is required if the price is higher than that.
Marriage is teamwork.