Am I going to have a happy marriage in the future?

am I going to have to have a happy marriage in the future??
Esthereteresa
Asked Jul 14, 2010
Sure, why not?
tough1 May 05, 2014
we need more info
jazz1616
Answered Jul 15, 2010
It will mostly depend on you. If you have a realistic idea of what marriage is about, select the right partner and both of you keep putting into the relationship, it will work.

The euphoria that you feel at the beginning will gradually give way to a daily routine. Both of you will have to learn to live with each other's aggravating little habits. He leaves his socks on the floor. She's not interested in the stuff he talks about with his friends. He spends his money on useless stuff and she wants to save. There are thousands of issues that come up. If you have unrealistic expectations, they can make life difficult.

Much will depend on communication. If you can tell each other how you feel about things and really listen to each other, all of those trivial issues can be overcome. If either person is rigid in your thinking and expect the other to always do things your way, you may not be able to conquer that headwind.

Don't let the emotional high you feel at the start fool you. If you see things in the other person you can't tolerate, it's just going to be more of a problem if you get married.

And most important, make sure both of you clearly understand the meaning of the word "commitment."
Rob
Answered Jul 15, 2010
Excellent answer, couldn't have put it better myself...and, more to the point, you're absolutely right! :)
if you husband loves you and if he is a christian and loves the Lord it will me a great marrige.
Alexa
Answered Jul 15, 2010
Read Mars and Venus on a date. Tells you how to have good marriage. And visit www.mariagebuilders.com. Good luck.
poepad
Answered Dec 24, 2010
Men are from Earth, Women are from Earth.
Deal with it. :)
if you get understaning with your future husband than you will always be happy
Rajatk
Answered Sep 12, 2013
Dear Esthereteresa,

Its very noble that you would ask this question. I hope the following links will encourage you to look forward to being happy in marriage and knowing you can make a success of it!! :))
Let me know what you think.

http://www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/g201209/expect-from-marriage/

http://www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/g201210/expect-the-unexpected-in-marriage/
clear4life
Answered Jun 18, 2014
Hello gentleman, don't be bothered about whether you are going to live a happy married life or not! Instead, you should learn the arts of making a relationship successful and enjoying. It is in your hands to live a healthy and happy life if you allow your energy to flow in a legitimate direction. It has always been a choice for couples whether they want to rest in the heaven or make a hell out of it. So, don't make too much fuss about it, rather take care of your beloved.

An upbeat marriage doesn't simply arrive in light of the fact that you say, "I do." Instead, it requires exertion from both a couple to make it happen. All things considered, with some work and a ton of comprehension, it can be the most remunerating relationship you will ever have. A glad marriage has two individuals who cherish each other in particular and are focused on drawing out the best in each other. A glad marriage likewise has an atmosphere of positive vitality, which incorporates appreciation and thankfulness. Little things can keep up peace and amiability at home while critical choices can hurt the household climate. The couple ought to understand that it is conceivable to keep up peace even while contending. Comprehend that a contradiction is transitory as it is one of the most effective ways to maintain your relationship.

I would like you to read a blog post which will help you immensely in starting your newly married life; http://www.matrimonialsindia.com/blog/tips-leading-to-a-happy-marriage.htm

Thanks!
RohitKaushik
Answered Dec 29, 2016

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