The Best Celebrity Love Advice For Your Life

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There is an age-old tradition of imparting family wisdom on a new couple on the day of their wedding. Relatives, friends and acquaintances all write their best pieces of marriage advice in a book or on slips of paper for the bride and groom to read after the event. The hope is for this advice to help the couple build a happy marriage. Some of the most common advice is to start by finding someone you have a great deal in common with and build a strong friendship with that person. Los Angeles matchmaking services with your own personal matchmaker are a great way to meet other compatible singles and locate someone with whom you already share a connection. Celebrities dish on their best relationship advice:

 

“My mom always used to say, ‘You can’t say I love you before you can say I.’ And I think that sort of makes sense.”
-Mindy Kaling for YourTango

 

“The best love advice I’ve ever received is probably, ‘I’m not leaving the relationship; I’m just leaving the house.’”
-Joe Manganiello

 

“We have been together since I was 20 years old. We took our time and developed an unbreakable friendship before we got married.”
-Beyoncé, on her relationship with Jay-Z

 

“When we’re busy, we agree to mutually ignore each other. Not completely, but neither of us gets mad when the other doesn’t text back or call. Life’s super-busy. Obviously you know what they’re doing, and you trust them.”
-Jennifer Lawrence for Marie Claire

 

“Jenna [Dewan] and I have a trick we use to check in with each other. We say, ‘On a scale of one to 10, how much do you love me right now?’ It’s not as romantic as you think. Sometimes it’s like, ‘I love you at a six right now. I have an issue, and you asked. So now I’m going to tell you….’”
-Channing Tatum for ELLE

 

“My mom gave me a good piece of advice. She said, ‘never marry a man thinking you can change him.’”
-Jennifer Garner for Glamour

 

“Do you know how you tell real love? It’s when someone else’s interest trumps your own. I like to put it that way: trumps your own. Love of somebody else—of family, of your kids—becomes the most important, most worthwhile thing in your life. It’s what you foster and protect.”
-Brad Pitt for Parade

 

“You just have to love the skin you’re in, basically. You have to walk this life together. There will be times, ups and downs, but you have to essentially like the person that you love. I think it’s important to laugh a lot and have a good time. Life is so short. It sounds contrived but it’s the truth.”
-Tim McGraw for Great American Country

 

L.A. and Orange County matchmakers hear about all types of relationships, but the best advice is always learned from experience. What is the best relationship advice you’ve ever received? Do you have advice to give others?

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