Good Marriage

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Every little girls dream is to have that picture perfect wedding. They want to have that big white dress that sparkles every which way she moves, six or seven bridesmaids, the huge beautiful cake, all the gifts, your daddy giving you away and last but definitely not least, the love of your life, your "Prince Charming." I don't think that I can recall a happier day in my life than my wedding day. My life long childhood dream finally came true. Most people who do take that step to get married want to have a loving and successful marriage. As you may know the first few months are peaches and cream, a couple will often feel like their marriage will never have any problems. They assume that they will always be as passionate as they are then; that they will have a good marriage forever. However, as many married couples discover, having a good marriage does take work. Much time and energy must be devoted to a marriage in order to make it last. In my opinion and personal experience I am going to write about five of the most important characteristics that I think contribute to a loving and healthy marriage. Communication between each other in a marriage is a must. In my opinion communication amongst each other is the most important way to have a good marriage. This is true in every aspect of a good marriage. A good marriage is one in which the couple can communicate about every issue, including children, work, household management, school, goals, there relationship and much more. Couples need to be able to discuss how they are feeling, both in terms of how they feel about one another but also in terms of how they are feeling about other things in life. This does not mean that they will always agree on every issue; but it does mean that each is willing to listen to the other, and to discuss their points of view. Good communication between each other makes a healthy, loving and all-around good marriage. Friendship and companionship is what keeps a marriage going....
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