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Which is better; marrying your friend or a person you are in love with?
Marry the person you're "in love" with but make sure they're "in love" with you as well. Marrying someone you're not in love with is settling!
A spouse can become your best friend but it's rare a platonic friend almost "sibling" like associate morphs into the love of your life!
Both people deserve to have spouses that are "in love" with them.
"Never love anyone who treats you like you're ordinary."
- Oscar Wilde
I think that your best bet is to marry someone who you are in love with, but hopefully you are lucky enough that the person is also your friend. My spouse is my best friend, and I think that is what makes our marriage so incredibly strong.
Always choose love (keep in mind love is an action/force between two or more); thus, you will not be disappointed...
by dashingscorpio17 months ago
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Would you ever consider marrying someone who had been married not once, but twice, before?
by Jenny Pugh4 months ago
A happy, fulfilling, and successful marriage is supposed to be lifetime where the couple grow together in loving, understanding and caring for each other. Likewise, ideally, they learn from each other and reciprocate...
by jagandelight6 years ago
Would you marry someone in order to give them a visa into the US?
by seriousnuts19 months ago
Marry the one you love or the one who loves you?Would you rather marry the person you love but does not love you as much OR marry someone you don't love but is head over heels on you?
by Elena10 months ago
What are the Tell tale signs that someone is marrying you for Citizenship?A lot of people are falling into this trap, how can they avoid it? They think their partner is in love with them, but sadly it's not the case....
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