Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Marriage Advice For The Bride To Be And Newly Weds | Time Honored Tips


Marriage Advice For The Bride To Be And Newly Weds | Time Honored Tips 


Marriage Advice For The Bride To Be And Newly Weds | Time Honored Tips


When a prospect of marriage occurs you cannot do better than consult your mother, aunt, or other discreet relative that has your welfare at heart, from whom you may reasonably expect the best and most disinterested advice; and this it will be well for you to be guided by. 


Women of mature years can judge far better than you whether a man is likely to make a good husband. You should likewise quietly and cautiously make your own observations among your married acquaintances, especially where you believe there is a comfortable and happy home. 


You will doubtless find that to a very great extent this happy home depends on the wife’s management and economy. 


Very often it happens that when two husbands have the same income, with the same number of children, there will be comfort in the one home and discomfort in the other. Now, there must be a reason for this, and you should endeavor to find it out and profit by the lesson. 


It is said “Cleanliness is next to godliness,” and truly the value of cleanliness cannot be overrated. In point of time, it should go before godliness, for where there is not cleanliness there can hardly be godliness; and the health of body and mind are greatly dependent on these two. 


Moreover, where can there be complete happiness without health?

One of the most prolific sources of matrimonial difficulties is the lack of knowledge on the part of wives of the duties of housekeeping. In these days there are a hundred young ladies who can drum on the piano to one who can make a good loaf of bread.



Excerpt From The Ladies Book Of Useful Information.