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Share Your Photos and Relationship Advice in Honor of Valentine's Day

What makes your marriage or relationship work? Upload a wedding or anniversary photo on "Patch" with your advice in the caption and/or let us know by commenting below.

Whether you've been married for one day, one month or one year share your photos and relationship advice. Not married but in a relationship or domestic partnership, Hazelwood Patch also wants to hear how you've made your relationship a success.

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Last year we featured a great love story about Steve and Beth Rothstein.

When Steve Rothstein decided to ask his girlfriend Beth Pepper to marry him back in 1984 he wanted to do something a little different, which is why his brother arranged to have the words "Beth Will You Marry Me Steve" put up on the marquee sign of Theatre Three.

When they were dating, the couple always went to dinner in the village. With the help of his brother, Rothstein came up with the idea of putting his proposal in big letters outside of Theatre Three.

"I thought it would be really cool to come down the hill and see the sign," he said.

You can click here to read the full story.

We are hoping to fill this photo gallery with photos of local couples and words of advice from area readers. Can you help us out?

All you have to do is post a wedding, engagement, anniversary or couples photo here and include in the caption of that photo your advice on what keeps your relationship strong. 

Posting a photo simple! Here is what you will need to do: 

  • Click on the giant "Upload Photos and Videos" button right above the photo gallery
  • Select a photo of yourself and your significant other
  • Add a caption with your names, duration of marriage, and piece of advice
Sheryl Freed February 13, 2013 at 07:59 PM
Michael and Sheryl Freed met in costume at a Halloween party hosted by 7 in Heaven on October 31, 2009, and married at Ruvo in Port Jefferson November 30, 2012. The celebration continued all weekend at the Port Jefferson Charles Dickens Festival.
Lon Cohen February 13, 2013 at 08:55 PM
Great story Sheryl! Thank you for contributing.

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