To Marry Or……………

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The surprising, enlightening, and sometimes hard truths we all face after
marriage, and how they teach us about what love really means.

“…And they lived happily ever after.”
 

You’re smart. You know life is no storybook. But admit it: Somewhere deep in
your subconscious lurk romantic visions of Cinderella. The images may be
sketchy and a little outdated, but you can still make out the silhouette of the
bride and Prince Charming riding off into the sunset.

In real life, sometimes your fairy tale ends up feeling more like unrealistic
— and you’re the chick who keeps falling down and screaming for her life. I’ve
been there. Let’s face it, marriage is not for the faint of heart. You want to
believe your pure love for each other will pull you through. And it does. But
it ain’t always pretty.

That may sound grim. But here’s a secret: Sometimes it’s the least romantic
parts of marriage that have the most to teach you about yourself, your partner,
and the nature of love. Read on for some simple truths that will unlock the
surprising treasures and pleasures in your imperfect, unstorybook, real-life
love.
Getting married is once in a lifetime decision for many people. When people
wish to get married, invariably all of them expect a full life together. Very
few would think of marriage as a short-term exercise. Hence, it is very much
necessary that all aspects of a life together be fully analyzed before tying
the knot. Usually men and women tend to have different perspectives about
married life. It would be better to have open and honest discussion to sort out
the possible future irritants or at least understand them so that some sort of
compromise could be arrived at.

Men marry women for the following main reasons.

  • The wish to continue the motherly love received in
    childhood.
  • Desire to have a lifetime companion.
  • The love the man has for the woman.
  • The woman having become pregnant by him.
  • To have a woman who has a similar career for easier
    adaptability.
Women also marry men for nearly the
same reasons. However, one important reason that women have in marriage is to
escape from parents that they do not like or from a parent who is abusive.
Sometimes, men also marry for this reason but the number is much lesser than
women. So the reasons for a woman marrying a man can be enumerated as
follows.
  • Wish to escape from parents.
  • Desire to have a lifetime companion.
  • Love for the man.
  • Having become pregnant by the man.
  • To have a man having a similar career for easier
    adaptability.
To be continued………..

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