Every relationship in some way has similarities with the other. Ups and downs are given and all these are attributed on the uniqueness of both the individuals involved. The values, beliefs/religion, family background and culture play key roles in the success or failure of the relationship.
The cultural differences have actually made us a better person taught us to be more patient, open-minded, fun-loving, etc. Life had never been dull or a routine. Each day is a new day to look forward to as we know we will learn something novel from each other a continuous learning process, as what life really is, but ours are just catered on a colorful plates
Sometimes couples get so wrapped up planning the wedding; they forget about the actual marriage. Married life isn’t all cozy dinners and regular sex; it’s also a lot of compromise and communication.
Your spouse should be your best friend and you need to treat them like they are your best friend.
Be open and honest. If you are unhappy, let your spouse know it. Remember that a good argument is better than no argument at all.
There is no such thing as happily ever after. There’s good times and bad, but don’t expect to be happy all the time. People that expect to be happy all the time get disappointed a lot and get divorced early.
Marriage is a very serious business. It is the biggest financial and personal transaction of your life. You need to look at the other person and realize that you are not going to change them.
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On another note, I wish my matchmaker and my buddy well for this weekend ordeal 🙂
Love you always…