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The Reality Of Marriage What is Really Looks Like

The Reality Of Marriage

What is Really Looks Like

The Reality Of Marriage

Reality of marriage and what it really is like today. To be married, with a partner, and/or or in any long-term committed relationship, you need to first forget every romantic movie watched and accept the simple fact that you are in a binding contract with someone that will know all of your individual flaws and may often highlight and point them out.

Some husbands do not not show their love with roses, chocolates, or expensive jewelry. He may however on a certain night cook the most amazing dinner, he may spend the weekend, fixing those items around the house that you need help with.

 
  • You both find yourselves reluctantly sitting through a boring documentary about a topic so far from your interest that you would rather watch paint dry.
  • Marriage is having your partner remind you that you would feel better going out and exercising, even when you’re sure you would feel better eating donuts.
  • Your flipping each other off after they irritate you and have turned their back to you.
  • Marriage is often anticipating the Monty Python quote that’s appropriate for the situation.
  • You both are attempting to not talk about the children when you’re out on a date but find it’s the only topic there is to talk about.
  • Your marriage is sometimes fun when you can jump out and scare the crap out of your partner just for fun.
  • You find you’re in a social gathering and your partner can perfectly time their eye-roll exactly the moment you feel if coming on.
  • Marriage is getting annoyingly hot while you both cuddle. You instead stay there longer despite this fact.
  • Marriage is when you stop yourself from telling your partner, “I told you so,” even when you really, really want to.
  • Marriage is when your walking with your partner down the street casually and it starts raining. You run out of the rain into a bar and then realize there is no one else on this earth you’d rather be with.
  • Marriage is when your walking with your partner down the street casually and it starts raining. You run out of the rain into a bar and then realize there is no one else on this earth you’d rather be with.
  • Marriage is when your walking with your partner down the street casually and it starts raining. You run out of the rain into a bar and then realize there is no one else on this earth you’d rather be with.
  • In marriage both find themselves up in during the middle of night with the kids throwing up, finding your being pushed off the bed with the sheets stolen and really bad snoring that never ends.
  • Marriage is that one night in the month when the kids are at sleep overs or their grandparents. You are free to do anything you both want. You end up just ordering take-out, watching a Netflix movie, and then pass out before it ends.
  • Marriage is finding yourself saying nasty comments to each other and then immediately turning around and hoping they will find forgiveness.
  • Marriage is when you’re able to anticipate the future. You envision the gray hair, the wrinkly and saggy areas and your partner loving their velour tracksuits.
  • Marriage is a belief in your partner. Truly believing in their spirit even when you have seen them at their worse.

Reality of Marriage

Marriage is the ability to let go of your expectations of what you consider marriage could and should be. Marriage is finding that it’s imperfect yet at the time feels perfect for you. It’s the knowing that your partner is legally bound and required to laugh at all your jokes. To scratch that spots you can’t reach on your own back.

Marriage also is about sticking through the tough times. When a child has an addiction, your loved one is suffering with severe depression or anxiety, etc. Can your marriage stand the true test. Unconditional love is the love that does not try to:

  • Change
  • Fix
  • Smother
  • Cling
  • Needs nothing
  • Wants for nothing
The Reality of Marriage
The Reality of Marriage

Marriage is the ability to let go of your expectations of what you consider marriage could and should be. Marriage is finding that it’s imperfect yet at the time feels perfect for you. It’s the knowing that your partner is legally bound and required to laugh at all your jokes. To scratch that spots you can’t reach on your own back.

Marriage also is about sticking through the tough times. When a child has an addiction, your loved one is suffering with severe depression or anxiety, etc. Can your marriage stand the true test. Unconditional love is the love that does not try to:

  • Change
  • Fix
  • Smother
  • Cling
  • Needs nothing
  • Wants for nothing

What is the Reality of Marriage?

Unconditional Love just Is. If you and your partner can relate but feel your having a hard time getting through some rough patches, then marriage and relationship counseling can help. Let’s work together as a team. Get back to the place of love, acceptance and a feeling of peace and stillness.