What traits should a married couple share to be labeled as the 'Best Couple'
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Man and woman, were single, by virtue of a marriage they became a couple, now to be a best couple there must be three sets of traits:
(1) Common Traits - Husband and wife must have Love and Mercy as a common element that should strongly bind their union. Love between the two, should be unconditional and all the time. When something wrong happens or at the time of tough conditions the Mercy should play a role to rectify things and overcome the problems, then you may witness same smooth ride of love.
(1) Wife's Traits - Caring, Sharing, Understanding, Helping and Protecting the dignity...... Understanding in the sense she should consider the vision/dream/duty of her husband as her own. She must think that the husband is busy not for his own assignments but to realise her dreams. Protecting implies that she must guard her honor and dignity all the time, in particular when her husband remain absent for his duty.
(3) Husband's Traits - Owning, Supporting, Fulfilling the desires, Honoring and Contributing.
Owning means he should own both strengths and weaknesses of his better half. He should love her strengths and wholeheartedly support her weaknesses. This is the most important trait that help overcome anger and feuds. Honoring in the sense he should feed her and fulfill all her requirements. Contributing means he should lend his helping hand in the household activities and try to share her burden.
With these traits a couple can be regarded as the Best One. But in spite of all that one should understand the reality, being humans a small feud or a rift do occur, sometimes wife and sometimes husband get upset... But that's fine, it can happen.... So the best couple are those who unite immediately no matter how tough and rough the situation was. For an exemplary couple a fault that brings them closer must be dearer than a good action which doesn't add any flavor to their mutual love and affection.
Thumbs up on those points Javed! Adding, mutual Trust also takes primary role. But somehow, when people judge, they just don't see what's mutual understanding or trust, couple share but how smart they look as a pair, to label them as the 'Best Pair'
Very true Sumi. Valuable addition. Thanks.
When two people are just start dating, they are sure that they are the best couple in the world. They like the same clothes, music, movies, shows, sports etc., they share the same emotions and wish to live the whole life together that way. But... when they get married, things often change. As people have to face the everyday routine, they start realizing that there are may things and ideas they don't share anymore. This especially becomes obvious when a child is born in a family. The number of responsibilities and duties keeps growing and some people are just not ready to face and accept those changes. This is the moment when most couples get divorced.
So, if you are a newly-married couple, you have to be ready to face all those difficulties mentioned above. And this is what will be a common thing for both of you. Having lived at least a couple of years together as a family, you will eventually understand that you do not share only positive emotions every day, but, most often, you have to share the responsibilities and duties that emerge in your family. The traits that both of you should share in any situation - even the one that seems impossible to be solved at first sight - are love, understanding, patience, respect, readiness to support your loved one, compassion, gentleness etc. These features make a married couple the "Best Couple" and if you are ready to accept these statements - you and your loved one will surely be labeled that way in the nearest future! Good luck!
A best couple can be the ones who have love for each other and are willing to understand the feelings of the other person. They will have a mutual understanding and are humble to one another. Understand that no relationship is perfect so it is also important that they fight and argue and reconcile on the spot.
Meaningful..! And that understanding is utmost important in not only married but all other relations to make it more positive and strong. Mutual Trust and understanding is what gives a strong foundation to a better relationship. Isnt? :-)
Exactly. Relationships wouldn't exists if people don't trust one another
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