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Happy Marriage

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Life of a newly married couple is wonderful at the beginning: breakfasts in bed, pleasant surprises, walking together, mutual understanding at a glance… And it’s totally unclear, why some time later appear some conflicts, on trifle pretexts and sometimes even without any reason. And in such conflicts pleasure of being together can disappear. Where does it come from and how to cope with it?

Having a happy marriage doesn't just happen by accident. It doesn't happen because you're "in love" or "perfect" for each other. Marriage is a partnership, and like any partnership, it takes commitment, dedication and hard work to help it to grow strong.

Here are some secrets of a happy marriage. If you're suddenly not being able to spend time together, or you're fighting about money, it's especially important to talk about what's going on. If your spouse is trying to talk to you, whether it's to find out what you want for dinner, to tell you about their day, or to discuss a problem in your marriage, listen. Create rituals and family traditions that will have meaning just to you. Go on a date. It helps to reinforce the special feelings that made you fall in love with each other in the first place. Agree on money matters early. Talk about how you will pay expenses, and who will handle the money.

There is a saying: "A desire is a thousand of opportunities. A reluctance is a thousand of reasons." Because of the desire of being together people are willing to change, give way, to compromise, to look for the best ways to resolve problems.

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