Love and Marriage

“Love and Marriage, Love and Marriage

Goes together like a horse and carriage”



These are just the first few lines of a very famous song of Frank Sinatra back in the days. (Nope, I don’t think I was already born that time LOL) But just by the analogy made, it is understood that those two words seem to be of perfect combination. When you love a person, and have known him for quite some time, you’d eventually feel the need to be with him for the rest of your lives, thus marriage steps in.

 

However, being married to the one you chose may not always be a bed of roses. There will always come a time where couples would be tested with their faith to one another. The devil may be just too happen to destroy such union. And if couples would not fight this sudden indifference in the relationship, it would surely crumble.

 

Different causes of a failed marriage maybe rooted from misunderstanding/miscommunication. So it is important that before your partner becomes your spouse, he/she should be your best friend, too. A relationship built with a strong foundation of friendship most often than not, are able to get pass through this test. Couple should put in mind that no matter how much you try to make your relationship in a blissful state, time will always challenge the integrity of your relationship. Be on the lookout. Be prepared. Accept what comes. But be sure to try to talk it out on how to solve things.

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Jenny Alano

Mother and Passionate Writer I had the realization of love in writing at an early age. Rediscovered the passion 20 years after and integrated the passion into an earning opportunity. "The simplest words may not be uttered by the lips....the lingering thoughts echo through my work."

4 thoughts on “Love and Marriage”

    • That is so true! It sometimes come to a point wherein you ask yourself if it was the right decision that you got married to the person.

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  1. Being married also puts you in a never ending “getting to know each other” stage. Samahan pa ng communication. Misunderstandings will always be a part of it, pag wala nyan, no one will learn and grow.

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    • Exactly, @mitchteryosa:disqus Marriage is a work in progress. Knowing each other does not stop when you get married. But both should continuously discover each other for the rest of their lives.

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