When you get engaged and become newlyweds you get lots of advice from family and friends.

They want you to start your marriage out on the right foot and yet the advice usually given is the same ole thing.

After hearing, “don’t sweat the little things”, “hold hands all the time” and “be there for one another”, for the hundredth time you want more.

You’re an engaged couple or married now and you know that marriage isn’t going to be as easy as this.

This week Tony & Alisa share the things they would share with an engaged couple or newlyweds about what they should know about being married. Listen in and learn what you should know to make your marriage extraordinary!

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