Success in marriage isn't finding the right person,it's being the right person.: I agree with this statement. I very much want to be a help to my husband, not a hindrance. I want to lift him up, not tear him down. I want to help relieve his stress, not be the reason for his stress. I want our marriage to be about us, not ME. I want to be his cheerleader, always cheering him on. When he walks through the door, after a long day at work, I make sure the first thing he sees, is my huge smile. I want him to know how much I missed him, and how glad I am to see him. I also greet him with great big hugs and kisses. I ask him how his day was, because I want him to know I am interested in his day. I let him rest, and relax. I do not nag him, or bother him with silly little things, he deserves some peace after working all day in a hot, dirty factory. I do everything I can to show love, compassion, gratitude, care, appreciation, and kindness to my husband. I want to be the right person for him, all the days of my life, because, praise God, he is definitely the right person for me.