Henry Winkler's Advice For A Strong And Long-Lasting Marriage
February 16, 2018 11:23 By Fabiosa
Many famous people are considered to be intelligent, funny, wise, good-looking, smart or kind. However, there is one guy, who is all of the above and that is for sure. His name is Henry Franklin Winkler, ladies, and gentlemen.
In case you don't know who is Henry Winkler.
You know him for his role of Arthur Fonzarelli, “the Fonz”, in the American sitcom Happy Days (1970).
Or maybe you know him for the role of a football Coach Klein in the movie Waterboy (1998)?
Or maybe you still remember this old film The Lords of Flatbush (1974), where Henry Winkler was playing alongside with Silver Stallone and Perry King? Anyways, he made his print in the history of movies.
Furthermore, he is an author and since 2003, he, together with Lin Oliver, has written a series of children’s books about a dyslexic kid Hank Zipzer. It is a well-known fact that Hank himself is dyslexic. Isn’t it what makes us humans, the will to help others in need?
How to have a long and happy marriage?
Henry Winkler is happily married for 38 years now. It is unbelievably hard to keep a strong marriage in Hollywood. There are so many examples: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise… However, everyone can take an example of Winker’s family. He, recently, gave some tips on how to keep it alive for so long:
One is will. Two is seeing who your partner is, not seeing who you want them to be. Three is listening. I think if a partner feels heard, I think that creates like serotonin. A really good feeling and good will.
Basically, what he means is that any longtime relationship requires hard work. There are always some twists and turns, ups and downs. And you have to be a good and honest listener.
A grandfather of four.
Henry Winkler, also recently, became a grandfather of 4. He described his feelings about being a grandfather as inspiring. His life is now enhanced, not particularly changed. He also believes that being a grandfather is his best role ever.
We wish Henry Winkler a good, strong health to play and live his roles of loving husband, father, and grandfather, which he is so good at!