Marriage is the most important and difficult thing in one’s life, so we have to choose our life partner prudently. When I was a little girl, I had dreams of marrying Prince Charming, Disney has created the desire for little girls to want a prince, that is perfect in everyway, and then they can ride into the sunset and live happily ever after. Now that I’m older, though I would still like to marry Prince Charming, I understand that it is not likely. A perfect spouse is impossible to find, but an ideal one may be easier. As I think of my ideal spouse, many traits and qualities come to my mind. The 3 most important qualities I look for I a spouse are some one who is openness, trustworthy, and realistic.
First of all, my spouse should be openness. When someone is free-thinking and open-minded, it enables them to be forthright in expressing feelings, thoughts, dreams and desires, which allows you to truly know them. Their openness is also an indication of their interest in personal development and often contributes to the development of the relationship. Like perfect people, perfect unions do not exist, so finding someone with whom you can talk about an area that you feel is lacking in your relationship and who is open to evolving is more than half the battle. Conversely, being willing to accept feedback from our partners and looking for that kernel of truth in what they say allows us to develop ourselves in a similar manner.
Secondly, my spouse should be trustworthy. I want my spouse to make me trust him that he will love me forever. Trust between each other is an important thing, once a person backs down on one’s 2trust; it’s almost impossible to regain it. To friends, trust means friendship; to husband and wife, trust means marriage; trust is kind of relationship.
Lastly, my spouse should be realistic. An ideal husband accepts and deals with a situation as it really is and does not try to pretend that it is different. He knows it is not...
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