Twenty years, three children and a dog later, I'm still married to the man who loved me back. The couple who served as my polestars for love shared litter box tasks (and everything else).
My mother, Ingrid Teichner, always said "to love is to be happy with.". That is my advice to myself in midlife, seeking love.
I wanted to hear more of these stories from other women, all sharing those key moments from their lives.
What simple piece of wisdom or guidance resonated with them, and why was it so meaningful?
Any further information about this building would be welcomed! Maybe I'm old-fashioned, but I still think that, in the early days of a relationship, the onus falls on the opposite sex.My dad said something which has never left me in my 14 years of marriage, "You only have to answer to yourself. If you can live with this man don't let others influence your decision. One "workhouse" establishment whose precise nature is unknown appears on a Japanese postcard — "Workhouse of Yokohama". Most of us, at some point in our lives, have heard a great piece of advice about love.