Perfect Marriage

I have come across a perfect marriage that has had a very positive impact on me as an individual. A perfect marriage does not necessarily have to be a frictionless, all lovey-dovey romance but it is the strength in the loving bond that helps the couple move through all phases and crisis of life with understanding and respect for each other. It is the mature bond where the couple are willing to forgive, to forget and they stand with each other through thick and thin.

3 replies
Ranjana Kamo
July 30, 2017

3 Comments

  1. A “perfect” marriage? A very Utopian thought. Everyone who marries hopes for one, but in reality some abrasions, some frictions take place which turns a marriage in to a “near perfect one”! It is possible to have a ‘near-perfect’ marriage wherein in spite of minor frictions, the strong bond of love carries them through. In lighter vein, a ‘near perfect’ marriage situation is achieved when the couple decide that the husband apologises when he is wrong, and the husband apologises when the wife is wrong!

  2. Forgiveness is a huge part of any happy relationship – parent-child, friends, siblings, and definitely lovers. We often expect the most from the ones we love and thus find it hard to forgive them when they make mistakes. But they need our love the most when they deserve it the least.

  3. I agree. But it is so difficult to find someone right for such a bond. Sometimes people grow apart over the years becoming their own people and drift away. Sometimes it is just bad luck, especially if you were married without really getting to know that person. Those that find such partnerships are truly fortunate!

Yes No