“Together Forever” Is that the definition of a Happy Marriage?
–“Sir /miss, Do you take this man/woman to be your lawfully wedded
After you answered this question with a big excitement and joy, your life
won’t be the same and it will completely change because you will
officially be a married wife/man.
Only your relationship with your partner will define whether your marriage is healthy, strong and successful and have a blissful, unbreakable bond, or it will be an unhealthy, toxic marriage which will eventually affects your mental and physical health.
This strong bone you though you will be holding after marriage is going at the end to break causing depression, social distancing and anxiety between couples, and with an only solution to this problem: “divorce”
Well, certainly, when a couple want to get married, they don’t think about
They first only think about the happy, joyful memories they will be having, that they will live “happily ever after”. They imagine that their marriage will be a wonderful piece of cake, but that’s wrong, or at least not completely true!
Marriage actually takes a lot of work, sharing your life with another
person can be a challenge, a happy marriage demands three necessary things: love, trust and forgiveness.
Love is when you choose to be at your best when the other person is not at their best.~~Wintley Phipps
Love is the glue that keeps a relationship strong and solid, it is an indescribable word, a feeling which words can’t characterize.
Love is having a companion, a best friend, a partner, an advisor, and
a lover through every chapter in the journey of your life.
Love is accepting your partner’s imperfections and having faith on them.
Love is when what you want is never important, but what the other person needs and wants is always paramount. It’s when you know that only dead can separate you with your soul mate.
Love is certainly the important thing in a marriage, a relationship without love can never last. If it did, married couple will live a miserable, unhappy and gloomy life, even if they are rich, even if they have everything they wanted.
Waking up next to someone you know you don’t love and you’ll possibly never succeed falling in love with him is unhealthy and toxic for a marriage and for the partners themselves.
2. Build a Happy Marriage with Trust
Trust is an indispensable ingredient in building and maintaining
a happy marriage. It is a crucial element of any lifetime commitment.
Without trust, a marriage deteriorates and weakens. You can’t marry
someone if you can’t trust him, if anytime he go out you need to know
where he is, if you are unable to believe anything he says, if you are
enable to count on your partner.
Trust provides comfort in a relationship where two people can learn to count on each other.
Trust requires Reliability, Honesty, Fidelity, Freedom and Patience from
couples. Having a full trust to your partner can be challenging, but
understanding the necessary keys of trust can help couples to thrive
and grow in their relationship.
3. Forgiveness, Patience
Because no one is perfect, patience and forgiveness will always be
required in a marriage relationship.
Successful marriage partners learn how to forgive and forget the error.
Everyone makes mistakes, that’s the human nature, but not everyone can forgive. Forgiveness is a personal quality that is hard to have, and that had saved a hundreds of marriage.
In a marriage, you should humbly admit your own faults and do not expect perfection from your partner and you just need to move on, And do not seek to make amends or get revenge when mistakes occur. It will set your heart and relationship
No marriage is perfect and every couple is different, marriage is a life long
journey that demands a lot of work, patience and commitment.
Certainly, married couples, fight, argue and stop talking to each other for a while but when they know that they truly love, trust and ready to forgive each others, they know that those small obstacles can’t affect their marriage.
Indeed, they make it stronger, and they always remember that a great marriage is not when the ‘perfect couple’ comes together, “It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences”~~Dave Meurer