When it comes to relationship advice, there’s the good, the bad, and the really, really bad, but it’s not always easy to tell which is which if you're in a new relationship or marriage. This post from Pulse.ng shares some of those comically bad pieces of relationship advice and what tips you should be following instead. By now, everyone has heard the "don't go to bed angry" rule, but is it really that helpful? When you're in the throes of an intense disagreement with your spouse, often the last thing you want to do is keep arguing just to resolve it. And chances are, you probably won't come to a healthy conclusion if you argue into the night, exhausted and angry. Sleeping on it may be a better solution, and discussing things more calmly in the morning when you've had a chance to cool down. Another "tip" that's better off left un-followed? That opposites always attract best. Sure, you may be attracted to someone who has slightly different interests and hobbies than you, but if you don't see eye to eye on some major life values like religion, finances and whether you want children or not, there's a good chance the relationship will not end happily.
Read the full article here: 7 Bad Marriage Advice New Couples Should Never Listen To