8 Rules of Marital Bliss


Always laugh at your husband’s jokes:

If you find yourself rolling your eyes at your husband’s attempt at humor - resist the temptation and, instead, find a chuckle somewhere inside and let him hear it loud and clear.I loved hanging around my parents’ best friends.Without exception, when Jack cracked a joke, Beverly chortled until everyone at the table was in stitches.Jack was a very happy man.

When you hurt your wife’s feelings - bring home a dozen red velvet cupcakes:

Flowers are wonderful, cupcakes are better.Know what your wife’s favorite treat is, and give it willingly and often.Yes, it’s a lot of cupcakes, but she can share them, freeze them, or eat them all at once.It’s her choice.One cupcake is awesome, but a dozen will make her heart skip a beat.Believe me, she’ll be much more willing to cut you some slack.

Hug your spouse for no reason:

Children love to be hugged.So do grown-ups.A sincere, close, tight, long hug can solve a lot of problems in a marriage.Hug often and mean it.

Come home early on Fridays:

I want to know my husband is excited to start the weekend.It’s a signal that nothing in the world is more important to him than spending time together.It brings a bit of excitement at the end of a long week.

Don’t hold back:

Be free with kind words, compliments, sincerity, love, emotions and even your wallet.When each gives freely to the other, trust builds and love expands.Never be afraid to share, to talk, to give, or to ask for what you need.

Yes, I’ve learned a few things along the way, and I will continue to learn more things as time passes.But I look even more forward to the next 25 years now that my experiences have guided me to a much better place.

Janeen was a newscaster for KUTV News until 2001. Since that time, she has been actively producing commercials and special programming through her company, “Your TV Spot.” She has hosted several television and internet productions, and has been a spokesperson for several products and companies. Janeen authored her first book, “Save Your Marriage in 30,” hoping to help families have greater success and live happier lives. She is a leader over the youth in her church and takes a special interest in helping kids stay on track with their lives. Janeen is currently co-creating “Teen Impact TV,” a website for high school students to give them a creative and emotional outlet.

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