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Likewise, don't be threatened by strength. From time to time do the dishes, even if it's not your turn. Make food together and enjoy what you've dished up. Look for progress in yourself and in your partner. Not perfection.

Light candles. Find at least one thing, outside of the home, that you two enjoy together and do it Put down the damn phone, tablet, laptop and cuddle. Bring home an occasional surprise Anger comes in two varieties: clean "I'm upset and here's why" and dirty "You always do this! Give your best self to your partner. Be nice. Save the sarcasm and contempt for Don't be a pig.

Share that last chocolate chip cookie. When a hug is given, hug back, no matter how crappy you feel. It'll make you feel better. Show appreciation. Even after years of being together, "Please" and "Thank you" are signs of caring. Unplug when you're with your sweetie and be where you are. This communicates, "You matter to me more than checking FB. They are beautiful on the outside, but it is important to tell them how much I love their kind gestures, their thoughtfulness, their consideration for others.

Loving the person they are on the inside will teach them to look beyond physical attributes in others. We also tell him that we love him a lot and give hugs and kisses. Even if our day is crazy busy or frustrating we make sure that he knows his parents and puppies love him unconditionally.

I also encourage him to practice self-love by giving himself a break if he makes a mistake or mess. The study also notes that the longest-lasting marriages have spouses that engage in each other's passions. The study cites year-old "Molly," who called herself a golf widow for decades -- until she picked up the game to be closer to her husband. It keeps us content and happy.

It's an old maxim for a happy marriage, but going to bed angry really does breed resentment. Pillemer says virtually everyone he interviewed in marriages that lasted longer than 50 years says "resolving any differences before going to bed" was a big deal.