nobody has patience anymore. that's all people had in the past, now we barely have the time to wait 5 seconds for a frickin video to load. They might look old and cranky but they also have wisdom that not alot of people have these days. this might not even be a real story, but still.
Dylan Cantwell I dont reply to be popular either, I reply because you probably haven't had a relationship for over 5 years before. and shouldn't write a comment about stuffs you dont know. :) peace out
Dude if you can keep a marriage together for a long time despite the fact that you hate your partner, you are two things: Tenacious, and stupid.
You will always hit roadblocks in relationships, that's a given. But it's not heroic to try to staple together a broken relationship when the two of you would be happier with someone else. Obviously for this couple the marriage was worth it. Great.
If you actually look, there's a small smile on her face and a twinkle in his eye. People don't see what real love is nowadays. I envy this couple. Marriage isn't something to be played with and divorced 3 years later. It's meant to last. If you don't plan on staying together, then don't marry. Simple as that.
Dylan Cantwell Nope, i've never been on the internet before, I don't work at a company providing internet for major parts of europe, I dont understand the difference between Sarcasm and Irony either and I'm a virgin. what about it?
Mushion Den Ouden Yeah, I was feeling that the notion that people back in the day were just better at being married, and not being pressured by social taboo to remain married, was just being too optimistic...
Breaking a long-term serious relationship and separation is always a failure even if it would be the wisest decision to make!
We can substitute one for another but we never can take the memories, passions,... to the new relationship! it's like replacing a painting with an empty blank canvas and starting all over again!
It depends on what you want. If you are happy to the point where you want to make a Forever commitment together, stick to it. It may get tough sometimes, you may not always feel the love that you once did; but trust me that if you remember what you felt and still decide that they might be best for you, then you should stick with it and work it out. You might end up happy with someone else, but who knows, you might have been even happier if you worked it out.
It all depends on the feelings you have for the other. People who disagree with this statement have probably never felt the love I have. That's no fault of their own, but I believe that its there for everyone, and I hope they realize it when it shows up in their life.