Where can you find better marriage advice than from couples married more than 50 years.
New relationships are always exciting. From the first kiss to the first time you go away together, everything he does always feels sweet and new—but the "honeymoon phase" can only last so long, right?
Not always! That's why we sought out advice from five couples who've definitely kept the flame alive.
On Feb. 12, Brooklyn celebrated New York City couples who have been married 50 years or more, and I dropped by the El Caribe restaurant, where the luncheon was held, to ask the celebrated sweethearts how they breathed life into a relationship after all these years. After all, we were always told to learn from our elders, and what better lesson can we learn than that of love?
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Written by Emily Tan for Lemondrop.