By Jasmine Igwegbe

There’s still room in the Full House for one more apparently. In the latest celebrity news, Jodie Sweetin and Justin Hodak are preparing for a celebrity wedding. The celebrity couple have been together for two years and recently decided that tying the knot is in the best interests for both of them. According to UsMagazine.comthis is the fourth marriage for Sweetin, “who struggled with substance abuse for years after growing up in the spotlight.”

Another celebrity wedding is in the works! What are some ways to know a marriage has staying power?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Walking down the aisle to partake in one of the most exciting life changing experiences is something we all hope to experience one day. Having a powerful marriage is also a goal we all hope to accomplish. Cupid has some relationship advice to ensure than your marriage has staying power:

1. Your partner is your “go-to”: Studies prove that it is vital for your partner to be someone you can share gossip or hysterical observations with. Having a partner who is your best friend is the key to a powerful marriage.

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2. Steady level of conflicts: When the going gets tough, you hope your partner is there for you even 10 years later. It is perfectly okay to have conflicts with your partner as long as those arguments are fair and rational. Anger is considered a healthy emotion. Feel free to resolve any conflicts through an argument, but play safe!

Related Link: Dating Advice: Fun Dates That are Virtually Free

3. Are you still having fun?: If your partner is still finding ways to act silly and make you laugh, then you’re still having fun and your marriage is powerful. It’s like the person you married never left.

What do you believe are other ways to know your marriage is powerful? Share your thoughts below.