What makes for a good marriage? Cooperation, that’s what.
By compromising with your mate, meeting her halfway, looking out for her needs as well as your own.
That’s what makes for a good marriage.
With this in mind, I’ve scoured the globe looking for examples of considerate husbands so that others may learn from the standard they have set, and apply these lessons to their own marriage for the betterment of all.
Learning and sharing, that’s what the Web is all about.
Sam’s effort to protect his lovely wife Betty and her sister Margaret from the dangers of the open road by building this custom "roll-bar cage" was later copied by NASCAR.
Everyone knows that it’s a lot more fun (and certainly healthier) to row, rather than just sitting there being bored, but smart boaters also know that getting the nose of the boat up by ‘planing’ helps saves energy and thus prevents global warming. Here Tom bravely sacrifices his own pleasure in order to save the planet, which, in turn, pleases his lovely wife, Jane. See how that works, guys?
Wives are always saying, "Don’t worry, I’ve got it", but they don’t really mean it. Here Mike has shown us an excellent example of how sometimes you just have to insist on sharing the burden.
Sometimes what makes a marriage click is the roles the two participants play. Here Jim bravely risks his health by smoking and taking on the ‘bad boy’ role as his wife,Susan, remains healthy and invigorated.
Knowing that there was only room enough for one to sleep under the beautiful twinkling stars, here Dave has sacrificed his own comfort so that his lovely wife, Jill, could enjoy the star-sprinkled sky. Further sacrificing his own comfort by getting his mountain bike out of her way showed the touch of the truly considerate husband. Bravo, Dave!
And let’s not forget the ladies! In the midst of a thunderous downpour, here Sarah nobly offers her husband, Henry, their only umbrella in order to stay dry. Bravo, Sarah! Give us a big smile!