Some people have positive reactions to the notion of marriage, whereas others use humour and sarcasm to express what they really think about it.
So could marriage be the key to happiness, if you know how to appreciate what it is really about? One day you might be head over heels in love with someone who doesn’t feel quite so intensely, but it is just because all human beings are different ad unique.
It may take the other person longer to develop those kinds of feeling, and maybe a year down the line the tables change and it is your turn to feel more grounded so that you can support the insecurities of your partner who is experience all of the feelings you had back when you first met.
It will resonate with you, because you will have travelled the protagonist’s journey alongside him.
Sometimes you might think that life would be simpler, or that you’re are so fed of the modern world you live in that you just want o escape all of the pretence and live your life in some kind of solitude.
We are constituted so that simple acts of kindness, such as giving to charity or expressing gratitude, have a positive effect on our long-term moods.
The key to the happy life, it seems, is the good life: a life with sustained relationships, challenging work, and connections to community. If your emotional abilities aren't in hand, if you don't have self-awareness, if you are not able to manage your distressing emotions, if you can't have empathy and have effective relationships, then no matter how smart you are, you are not going to get very far.
Isn’t it fun to refer to men in a derogatory manner because they are never what we want them to be in the end? We are living in an age where it is easy to give up on thing, change direction, reinvent ourselves, become anonymous, and renounce all sense of responsibility. Are you confident that the love between you and your partner is for real?
This quote by Cher makes me think about the over-importance we place how perfect we think or want the men we fall for to be. Maybe you will only know the truth after you have been married?
This is mostly because her expectations will continually change. There is certainly a lot of hypocrisy, not only in religion, but in marriage and everything to do with life and the ways in which human beings choose to live it.
The only way a man can appease his wife, is to ignore her complaints and just be himself, at least then he will give her something to complain about – because let’s face it, according to Streisand’s quote, women enjoy the act of complaining, it is what being a wife is all about apparently. But for some reason this is the only way we understand our world.
People spend such a lot of money on weddings, but could that money be spent in more useful ways that will benefit you right now?