"When arguing with your spouse, the goal isn't to win the argument. The goal is to solve a problem.
The strongest relationships come from two strong, happy individuals coming together, not two broken individuals relying on each other for happiness.
Be creative. Any idiot can throw himself at your wife and worship her. That means nothing. Instead, use your creativity to find new ways to make her life better in ways she could not have thought of.
That's the one thing that I've learned from my parents' 34 year marriage. They never prioritized their kids over their relationship. The marriage came first. Always.
Always remember that what you do should be to enhance the marriage and your partnership, and not necessarily for yourself.
Give her your input, try and give her your advice, but there will come days that no matter what you say, she's going to put the car towards the edge of the cliff and drive it right off.
Learn to cook. It's not that hard, you can have fun with it, and few things will make you happier than your spouse asking you to make that one dinner that she loves.
During rough times, and you'll have them, agree that you are in this thing for the long haul and you fully expect to stick it out and make it through to the next round of good times.
When everyone gets home at the end of the day, ask 'How was your day?' Let them vent. When they're done, they should know to ask you the same, so you can vent.