In the book Sermons Illustrated (April 1993), Zig Ziglar writes,
“If you treat the wrong person like the right person, you could well end up having married the right person after all. On the other hand, if you marry the right person and treat that person wrong, you certainly will have ended up marrying the wrong person. I also know that it is far more important to be the right kind of person than it is to marry the right person. In short,whether you married the right or wrong person is primarily up to you.”
And as Norman Wright puts it: The real issue is not whether you married the right person; it’s more an issue of your being the right person for your spouse.