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Is it hard to have a successful marriage?   

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Sonal Sonale
@ssonalese · Updated 07 Sep. 2022


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Ryan M
@RyanM · Posted 07 Sep. 2022

Honestly, I think it comes down to the people in said marriage. I think for some it can be a struggle at times, sometimes resulting in possible divorce or some couples just last forever and stay together forever. For me, I have had great relationships, and some bad ones. Marriage to me, is just an added bonus of meeting that special someone. You just need to make the right choice. At least I need to make the right choice when it comes to marriage. 


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Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 07 Sep. 2022

Relationships take work and marriages are at the top. If you marry the right person, you will still be faced with struggles but they won't be as hard to overcome because you know as well as your partner that you have each other's backs. The best relationships have a strong foundation built on friendship and trust. 


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Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Updated 08 Sep. 2022

Yes. And no. It all depends on how you define success. If by "success," you mean "do you want to be married?" then the answer is yes, because being married is hard. It takes work and dedication, and there are going to be times when you feel like giving up on your spouse or vice versa.

You will also have times when your spouse gives up on you, which will hurt like hell. But if this is what makes you happy—if being in love with someone who loves you back and sharing your life with them makes your world worth living—then it's worth the fight.If by "success" you mean "are we happy together?" then yes. We are. 

We love each other deeply and unconditionally, but we also know that we're going to have our ups and downs throughout our relationship as we grow together as individuals and as partners.

That's part of what makes us stronger: knowing that no matter how bad things get between us, we'll always come out of it stronger than before because we've learned something new about ourselves through our struggles together. 


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