Married life and single life are both alike and different. There are many reasons to get married as well as many reasons not to get married. There are also many reasons to stay single as well as not. It is really just a matter of preference and opinion. I have lived the single life all my life, so I don’t really know how I would feel about living a married life. I am open-minded, so I think I will give the married life a ride. My parents have been married for 30 years. They say they have their ups and downs but have enjoyed their life together.
I hope that when I get married my married life is as long and wonderful as my parents’ continues to be. It is unloving and disrespectful to not listen, especially to those you “love” and who you want to love you. It also destroys the relationship as you and they wish it to be. To reduce your frustration and pain frequency, and improve your life and be really loved and loving, decide to apply your actions and all your energy to doing what is necessary to listen, honor and really love them. Ask the same from them but do not make this a competition.
Let your own commitment and improvement of your listening and relationship behavior give them reason to listen to you. Or to know they really don’t care about you. At least you’ll know and be able to stop expecting what you’ll never get from them. As very sad as that will feel, and I have personal experience with this sad truth, it gives you freedom to see how you wish to go forward with your life with that answer. You may want to stay in a marriage with someone who doesn’t care about how they treat you. (www. marriedforlife. com) Rules For A Happy Married Life  Never both be angry at once. 2] Never yell at each other unless the house is on fire.  Yield to the wishes of the other as an exercise in self-discipline if you can’t think of a better reason.  If you have a choice between making yourself or your mate look good, choose your mate.  If you have any criticism, make it lovingly.  Never bring up a mistake of the past.  Neglect the whole world rather than each other.  Never let the day end without saying at least one kind or complimentary thing to your life’s partner.  Never meet without an affectionate welcome. Never let the sun go down on an argument unresolved. 11] When you do wrong, make sure you have talked it out and asked for forgiveness.  Remember, it takes two to make a quarrel. The one with the least sense is the one who will be doing the most talking. (www. members. tripod. com) Have you ever heard a single say “I do not want to be married, it looks like way too much work. Being single is so much easier! ”. No doubt, you have! People very much enjoy the single life, and there is nothing wrong with that, but sometimes, the view that marriage is the end of all freedom stops people from pursuing a serious relationship for fear that it will lead to the dreaded “M” word.
Marriage is hard work. Two people who have most likely grown up in very different family life, in different places, and with different views on the world, come together in a union meant to last forever. It can be a difficult process in the first few years. These differences will come out, and will most likely be at fault for many long conversations. Let me tell you though, if you work hard on your marriage and talk things out regularly, know exactly what your roles are, and work together to fulfill them, marriage is an extremely rewarding experience!! You are bonded with one person for the rest of your life.
Someone that you share everyone with, and who will always be by your side. You go through your ups and downs together and forge a bond that no one can break. Being single may be easy, but knowing you have someone to rely on gives you an incredible sense of comfort and satisfaction. (www. thesinglelife. net) Sometimes, all you have to do is look at the bright side of things. Being single doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re lonely, though let’s face it you are alone, in a sense. The good it gives you is that you have a lot of times for things that generally gives you interests.
For example, ball games, arcades, mall hopping, food trips. Most of the time, you may enjoy it spending with your best friends. But being in a relationship will not always guarantee that your partner will like what you love. But I am not saying this opposing to those who have partners. What I want to convey is that single life gives us a lot of opportunities to do useful things. Sometimes, being single makes us focus on one of our most, if not the, important aspect of our life, our family. If you are the responsible type, you are now focused on your family, spending quality time with them.
If you are the breadwinner type, you are focused on the daily needs of your family. It is in this situation that brings out the responsible side of you. But nevertheless, being in a relationship or not, what is important is that you have your goals. Just like what they say, carpe diem, meaning “seize the moment. ” (www. thesinglelife. net) References www. marriedforlife. net Listening, Frustrations, Love and Reality Rosalinda (2008) www. members. tripod. com Rules for A Happy Life The Life Center (2009) www. thesinglelife. net A Niner Niner Blog (2009)