Fellas…Marriage Is NOT A Four Letter Word

VIDEO: Usually when you hear men talking about marriage their tone may suggest that they’re being forced to endure a torturous experience. Many men are constantly looking over their shoulder reminiscing on what was and reluctantly face the “supposed” bondage and agonizing changes that lie ahead. Marriage does change men. However, change can be a good thing. As a matter of fact change is the only constant thing in life—we’re always changing. It’s up to you to determine what you are going to invest in your marriage so you can see the positive change you want to see.

12 replies
  1. Dea Mae
    Dea Mae says:

    I just really love what you are providing us here…Thanks for the great post!!
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  2. Ace Skii
    Ace Skii says:

    awwww you 2 have just put a smile? on my single face nd hope in my heart that the real king will find me someday. Peace

  3. EbonyLoveAndMarriage
    EbonyLoveAndMarriage says:

    It would? be awesome if the two of you had a show on Oprah's OWN network.. or TvOne if they ever broadened out to do more original programming.

  4. Mwalissa
    Mwalissa says:

    aaaaaawwwwwww! You guys gorgeously compliment each other 🙂

    Match made in Heaven. May God? continue to bless your marriage 🙂

  5. The1Ms.HBIC
    The1Ms.HBIC says:

    Married men can reap so many wonderful benefits of their convenant. You have to think positive about your union and know that everyone has problems. Bintentional and stop playing and start pushing! Your motto is so true and seems so appropriate.

  6. Carl
    Carl says:

    I agree that marriage can change a man but it is up to the man to decide if he will allow it to change him, I've had some personal issues come up in my life that truthfully I would've rather kept to myself but my relationship with my wife helped me through them.

  7. frenche
    frenche says:

    I just love it…

  8. Roxie
    Roxie says:

    i love the way you look at each other!!!

  9. Eric R.
    Eric R. says:

    Great Video. I think it's all a matter of perspective. For the first six months of my marriage I was the luckiest guy in the world. Then I ran into some financial issues and i became depressed and withdrawn. She didn't abandon me at my time of weakness and i am all the more thankful for that. I would have to say…thanks to marriage I'm a stronger person.

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