Candace Cameron Bure made a frank confession about her marriage with Valeri Bure
The couple has been married for over two decades now.
Candace Cameron Bure recently shared the secret of her happy and long marriage to Valeri Bure, reported Inspiring Day.
Actress Bure and former ice hockey player have been going strong for 22 years now. The couple is blessed with three beautiful children, 19-year-old Natasha, 18-year-old Lev, and 16-year-old Maksim.
Speaking to People, Bure said that the secret to her long, happy marriage was spending time together. Like most couples, they need to get away as a couple and not just as parents.
She believes that being a parent is one of the greatest gifts from God, but being a spouse is just as amazing. In order to be a good parent and a good spouse, Bure said that taking time away is necessary.
A couple needs to keep the foundation solid to between them to raise their children well.
The couple is back from Switzerland where they had a five-day vacation. They were at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards.
Bure added that they like to travel and get away from everything at their home in Los Angeles, and from their children. They want some alone time with each other.
In the same interview, Bura dropped a major truth bomb when it comes to her marriage. She confessed that her marriage has been successful because of Jesus Christ.
“You know, when there are arguments, or we’re compromising, and in ways, it’s always like, ‘Well, let’s just go back to the Bible.’ It’s the foundation for us. So it’s not about winning or losing. But doing this journey together.”
Candace Cameron Bure, People, March 26, 2018.
The couple is very close with their three teenagers and Bure believes it is important for parents to have a close bond with their children. This helps the young ones to open up to their parents.
The actress said that engaging in a conversation with the children was important and she does it whenever she gets the time. The talks range from intense deep conversations to the “fluffy stuff and the day-to-day.”