More on Marrying the Wong Person

I’m enjoying some much-needed family time. As a followup to the last post, check out “More on Marrying the Wrong Person.” What can you do today to be the right person for your spouse?

“I have no way of knowing whether or not you married the wrong person. But I do know that if you treat the wrong person like the right person, you could well end up having married the right person after all. It is far more important to be the right kind of person than it is to marry the right person.” — author and motivational speaker Zig Ziglar

Lori Lowe’s book First Kiss to Lasting Bliss: Hope & Inspiration for Your Marriage is now available on and in all e-book formats at  Lori and her husband of 16 years live in Indianapolis with their two children.

4 responses to “More on Marrying the Wong Person

  1. It strikes me as important that the Bible says very little about finding the right person to marry and says a lot about how to treat your spouse. So regardless of age, ethnicity, family culture, level of society, or personality, if husband and wife follow the Bible’s instructions–commands really–on how to treat each other, that will create the best marriage.

  2. I find this very interesting, especially in these times where a lot of people are so afraid of committing because they want to make sure they end up with the “right” person. And I completely agree that “It is far more important to be the right kind of person than it is to marry the right person,” which is something that I think we all need to work on.

  3. I love that quote by Zig! Thank you for sharing!

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