Teachers give relationship advice to students

Mrs. Booher

Q: How did you meet your significant other?
A: At a company Christmas party at the George Washington Hotel.

Q: How many years have you been married to your significant other?

A: We have been married for 35 years and dated two years prior to getting married.
Q: What would you say is the secret to a long and happy relationship?
A: Compromise!
Q: What, in your opinion, do you think matters in a relationship?
A: Respect is what matters the most in any relationship.
Q: How would you suggest couples deal with conflict?
A: First, talk it out. Second, it’s not always good to bring in a third party. Third, keep it off of social media.
Q: What’s the best way to get to know your significant other?
A: Spend time doing activities with one another; whether you like the activity or not, it doesn’t matter if they like fishing or hunting and you never have, try it. You have to do things together as a couple while still maintaining some individual aspects of yourself.
Q: What’s changed in dating from the time you were dating to now?
A: Social media, we actually talked to each other.
Q: Is there anything you’d like to add?
A: Keep your personal life and comments off of social media.

  • No one cares
  • It creates more problems than are necessary. People take situations and turn them inside out, which is not good.

Mr. Koroly

Q: How did you meet your significant other?
A: In college.

Q: How many years have you been married to your significant other?

A: We’ve been married for 33 years.
Q: What would you say is the secret to a long and happy relationship?
A: Communication and respect for each other.
Q: What in your opinion do you think matters in a relationship?
A: Putting your spouse’s needs before your own.
Q: How would you suggest couples deal with conflict?
A: NEVER discuss issues when you’re upset or heated.
Q: What’s the best way to get to know your significant other?
A: Through listening… constant dialogue. Also through having an interest in their likes and dislikes.
Q: Is there anything you’d like to add?
A: A relationship takes work from all those involved.