What makes for a happy marriage

What makes for a happy marriage


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understand some of the ways that healthy marriages are structured and how they
function healthy marriage partners are compatible partners in a marriage that
is to stand the test of time romance is important but compatibility
is critical by and large partners in healthy marriages come to agree upon
common agendas regarding the directions their marriage will take and the way
each partner will behave these common agreements may never have been discussed
but they will be present implicitly in how each partner chooses to act
friendship successful partners develop a significant friendship at the core of
their relationship they genuinely like one another amuse and comfort one
another and prefer to spend time with each other
this friendship and mutual liking is somewhat separate from other aspects of
the relationship sexuality for instance and can survive the loss of these other
aspects of the relationship a strong friendship and mutual liking is often
the basis for repair of troubled relationships successful marriages tend
to be populated by partners who come to their marriage with pre-existing
significant compatibilities of personality temperament goals etc that
make it easier for them to reach agreement because they frequently end up
wanting the same thing they may share commonalities with regard to personality
temperament or preferences for volatile or conflict avoiding interactions as
well as goals religious and ethical ideals etc while these areas of
agreement do tend to be present in healthy marriages we should note that no
marriage is perfect and that many perfectly good marriages harbour
disagreements with regard to some of the domains we’ve discussed in general
however the more domains you and your partner are in agreement on the better
are your chances for a healthy marriage background factors play a minor role in
determining marriage success personality temperament and goal compatibility is
very important in determining whether a marriage will be strong other background
factors are also important however better marriages are reported by people
who chose to marry later in life as opposed to younger by people who recall
being very intensely in love with their partners prior to getting married and by
people who maintained close family relationships and whose parents approved
of their marriage also people identified with more traditional sex role in
religious values tend to report having higher quality marriages overall
although it isn’t clear that such people aren’t just reporting positive outcomes
based on their desire to present themselves in a positive light when all
factors relating to marital adjustment are considered together personality and
life goal compatibility seems to be of paramount importance and background
factors such as whether partners come from similar family religious or
economic backgrounds or whether they have similar dating histories appear to
be of lesser importance for more details click on the link below the video

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