I’ve also noticed how these seemingly happy couples can be so easily broken. I understand that every relationship has rough spots and it is not all unicorns and rainbows, but you choose to marry the person who you want to go through hell and high water with. It should take more than financial difficulty, slandered names and defamed characters to break up your home. There may be other issues and those issues can be a make or break type of thing, but if something can be fixed then fix it. All relationships are about compromise. Making your spouse happy should make you happy. Both of your gratification should come from making the other happy and as long as there is a compromise and an effort to make the other happy then one can never be unhappy and should not be able to lose themselves.
Marriage is supposed to be a time in two people lives after they have gone through a period where they have closely evaluated the relationship they have with the other person and they decide that what is good about that person is great and what is bad about that person is doable. If your significant other does something intolerable before marriage, and repeatedly at that, don’t expect things to change too much just because a piece of paper was signed and it was celebrated. Marriage should not be based on anything physical. Love is intangible, though it can be represented by tangible things. Marry this person because your life will be hell without them. Marry them because, while you are complete without them, you are happier with them. Choose the one person in life who you want to go through both joy and depression with. Life isn’t always the best, but it is much easier to trot through when you are doing it with a friend, a best friend. Think very carefully about who you marry and why you marry. Honor those vows you will take or have taken before your God and witnesses. Those words have meanings beyond playground love and should not be taken lightly. If money was invisible, a body had no definition and your home was simply a heart, where would you want to be?
Think about it,