Did getting married change your life?
If so, was it for the better or worse?
I haven't got into in it, but look forward to it. I guess it will change life, either toward a glorious future, or toward a gloomy future.
My wife and I will be celebrating 20 years of marriage in a couple of weeks. Has it changed my life? You bet it has! It had caused me to die to self, to learn to love unconditionally when circumstances make it hard to love, to give 100% into the relationship instead of 50%, to consider the ramifications of all my actions as I filter them through my wife's eyes, to cry with her, caress her, cuddle her and captivate her.
My life would be shallow and empty without her. I am literally scared to see who I would be today if she hadn't said "yes" in a small apartment in Ontario when I had travelled across the Atlantic to propose.
It was certainly for better...
Getting married has definently changed my life, just as much as having a child changed my life. It was for the better, I guess the third time is a charm
Marriage is a blessing to couple.
It is through millions of trials in life we had gone through to be blessed as couple. Having to choose your partner in marriage is the beginning of new hope.
Thereafter bringing in a new born in your life will set a new chapter of parenthood. It is something where people look forward as part of their new lives.
If it does not change your life, the marriage was a mistake. When two distinct lives have to blend together each and every day, accepting each other flaws and faults and admiring their strengths and good characteristics, then your life has to change.
My wife and I will celebrate 32 years of marriage in a few weeks. I cannot imagine being without her and we did not get married until we were 29,so we both had a lot of single years.
In the last 15 years I have experienced an enhancement in the amount of my happiness which I used to experience regularly before my marriage.
Yes, it has. It has helped settle me down. Been married for 32 yrs and enjoying it!
I have been married for 11 beautiful years and yes marriage has definitely changed me. There is always someone there who knows me inside and out, who accepts me no matter what and who shares all the laughter, joy, tears, dirty dishes, laundry, stress, (need I go on?) with me. Marriage has changed me for the better and I LOVE being married… to my husband that is
by Krzysztof Willman 2 years ago
Is it okay to never want to get married and will society accept it?
by DS 19 months ago
If and individual has had three failed marriages wouldn't a fourth marriage seem insignifigant? How many times should people get married in a lifetime anyway? I think after a couple tries that is enough. I'm not judging anyone. Just curious about others opinions about this.
by FashionFame 7 years ago
Is getting married important for happy life?
by alexandriaruthk 5 years ago
Is it better to shack in or live in first with your loved one before getting married?One of the major concern about marriage today is that whether it will be successful or not, what with the high divorce rate. Is it then better to shack in or live in first to test the waters or compatibility before...
by SkippingThruLife 8 years ago
If you're married, think back to when you were newly engaged. What do you wish someone would have told you? If you're not married, feel free to throw out advice anyway. I love to hear different viewpoints and ideas on marraiage!
by Michael Valencia 5 years ago
Is it better to marry when you're younger (20's) or wait until your 30's or 40's?
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