Best Ways To Build A Strong Marriage

Falling in love and getting married embarks on a journey which can turn sweet or sour depending on the way we drive through it. A successful marriage emerges from being the right mate, rather than finding one. It is a commitment of a lifetime, which is built over trust, love and respect. Marriage entails being available to our partners, understanding them, sharing their grief and laughter, dreaming their dreams and supporting their goals. Let go of the ego and profess unconditional love that makes marriages more successful. Couples in troubled marriages need to have open and deep communication between them to share their issues and concerns. This fosters a deep understanding and care for each other. Do not be a stranger to your partner or you will end up living separate lives. Success of a marriage will depend upon the emotional dependence of the partners, their trust on each other and the balance which they are able to keep between their ego and love. It all points to unconditional love for each other. These traits can only be nurtured by constant and conscious efforts from both partners. Such a marriage will withstand any stormy circumstances. How to build a strong marriage? Building strong marriage is a continuous process which evolves over time with the marriage itself. Couples need to show each other how much they are loved and valued. The lack of appreciation triggers a feeling of discontent and insecurity which leaves the door wide open for dissension to come in. Honesty is of utmost importance for building a strong marriage. When you speak truth, trust follows automatically. Relationships...

Why Is Marriage So Hard?

Do you ever ask yourself this question? You met your darling and everything was very good before marriage. After you got married many things have changed. Your superhero is now more like a zero and your sweetheart is like a puzzle you don’t have a clue where even to start. With all the pressures of this world no wonder we don’t really understand what love is all about. Hollywood movies super blast the illusion that love is a physical attraction and a feeling. I watched a movie this week and wondered how a love like that could be fulfilling. No wonder there is so much divorce and broken relationships, people don’t understand what true love is like. Every person on this earth has a deep longing for a deeper fulfilling love. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t marry someone that you love, because you should.  However, if you don’t understand that marriage is a business arrangement first, the love that you have won’t last. Marriages can last if both parties understand and prepare for the unexpected. You can’t always think its peaches and cream. I think a couple that makes a headstrong advance into the American dream only to find out they are losing their American dream can only signify the loss and report back to similar times that are their normal range and it has no setbacks. A couple from a high life style that lost the American dream crashes into something they can’t handle and end in divorce. In Closing: – Making a marriage last needs thought, but isn’t difficult. All you need is compromise and...

Live in Relationship v/s Marriage

Marriage as an Institution is very old and popular in most parts of the words but recent trends show that many people are opting out of it and prefer the less committed form of “living in “. It has been a popular thing in the Western part of the world , where people are afraid of going through another marriage, so another divorce and the problems that come with divorce is dividing up property, alimony, issue of child custody many more. With high rate of educated people whether females or males living away from their families, it becomes easier for new generation to experiment with such relationships without being committed. The option to part away for various reasons makes it attractive and fearsome at the same time. Marriage has as much an option of devolution as a Live-in relationship has. The only difference is that marriage being some kind of socio-legal contract; it naturally needs a formal procedure to be adopted before separation takes places. But at the same time, does it not also ensure many of the rights of the marriage partners as well. In Conclusion:- Some couples prefer live in relation because it does not legally commit them for an extended period, and because it is easier to establish and dissolve without the legal costs often associated with a divorce. Either ways the choice is yours and yours alone. Like it’s said, “Nothing is right or wrong: Thinking makes it so”, if you feel you cannot handle the responsibility, the apparent monotonous tone of married life and you need space, freedom, you may live-in; you might not...

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