What  do you do when  your happily ever after ends in divorce after 16 years together? Do you replay over and over the coulda. woulda, and shoulda scenarios…and to what end? For Gerald Rogers that introspection evolved into a touching letter about how to truly love someone. These lessons learned the hard way, are a reminder that love grows when we nurture it. It’s great advice for newlyweds, but also a wonderful reminder to anyone in a relationship.

Gerald Rogers’ words of wisdom are heartfelt and touching. Number 20 pretty much sums it up, but the nineteen preceding tips provide the step by step manual. It’s written for guys, but applies equally to both genders. If everyone followed this sage advice, we wouldn’t need agencies like DVRC. Thank you Gerald Rogers for this eloquent advice.