WANTED: More Than Just A Spouse


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Some people would have take years before finally getting into the next level of their relationship. Some probably have avoided tying the knot because if fear of responsibilities or there are just who are not the marrying type. Either you believe in marriage or not, still most people would prefer to spend their lifetime with someone whom they love. And why not? It is what makes people happy and helps them to be motivated to be at their best.


When you were still single, what were the qualities you were looking for a partner? Were you more attracted to a person that is similar to your traits? Or were you more pulled towards the ones that are your exact opposite? Were you open for change in the sense that if ever the person that you would love happens to belong to another religion, would you encourage your partner to switch religions or would you be doing it instead?


There had been a lot of different stories of love that we have heard, watched or read. Some had some happy endings and some well, it was good until it lasted. But I think, more than praying to have lifetime partner, we must also pray that they may be the best friend that we can have because a good foundation of any relationship should be based on friendship. Of course, we could not expect a perfect scenario in any kind of situation. But I think that when a couple centers their relationship to God and that they value and respect each other, anything can be ironed out easily. The differences in opinions are bound to happen. But that is fine. The important thing is that both would learn to understand each other’s point of view, try to meet halfway and find a better solution to make thing possible for both of them. Life is not at all that easy. We are always bound to have some arguments. But despite all these, we only need to have is an open heart and an open mind, to think what is best for both and for the family. More than just looking for a spouse, one should be able to find a person that he/she can call as his /her best friend.


Have you found yours?


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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."

5 thoughts on “WANTED: More Than Just A Spouse”

  1. 11 years. that’s how long before we finally tied the knot. Both of us had to finish things we wanted. Plus, saving up is also a part of the wait. But seven years into the marriage, we’re still the best of friends. We have a daughter who is now 3 years old and we are just blessed.

  2. We have been together for 22 years. We are like friends who share so many things in common. We are looking forward to happy retirement.

  3. having no commitment (except to my job) at this time, I don’t know if I will still be looking for it
    Should I?

  4. When I was younger, I was into physical attributes. Now, I focus not just with the looks but with the personality. If this is someone I can imagine myself living with. Yes, I have found mine. 🙂

  5. Some people were just meant to be together. After only a couple of months I felt like I had known, my husband for years. We have been together for 20 years now and are still very much in love.


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