Marriage quotes about hard times
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BEST INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES ABOUT MARRIAGE
Marriage is not what it used to be. I believe some of it is due to couples believing that they cannot fix their marriage, heal from conflicts and overcome the challenges they go through as part of life. Couples that are still together do not have fewer difficulties. They sort them out before they get out of control. In my relationship coaching program, I hear many couples use statements that make fun of commitment, mock stability and relationships and encourage giving up the marriage as an easy, accepted and preferable thing. One of my clients is going through a divorce over something that could be easily fixed if both partners could sit together and talk.
by Charles Dickens
The easiest part of marriage is falling in love and walking down the aisle. The most difficult part of marriage is 10 years later when the problems have ensued and issues have come about and you still find love. Marriage is not about the beginning, marriage is about the process and still being able to love through all things. Missing you is my hobby, caring for you is my job, making you happy is my duty, and loving you is my life. But two people can be perfect together, perfect for each other. Being in love is a wonderful feeling, but being loved and appreciated in return can be the most wonderful experience that can happen to your life. The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.
At the bottom of the post I have linked other articles loaded with Scripture to strengthen your marriage. I know. A wife cannot create a happily-ever-after all by herself; her husband has to be an active participant. However, in times of difficulty, God uses the one heart that will listen, forgive and go the extra mile to shift a relationship. The willing spouse becomes the little cog that can turn the bigger wheel. It can be the husband or the wife and since you are reading this post, it can be you.
Bounderby ask me to marry him? Yes, he does. The sole remaining question then is: Shall I marry him? I think nothing can be plainer than that? Gradgrind reduces even the most complex and significant of life's decisions to simple yes-or-no questions. This is how economics works, Dickens implies, without ever considering consequences. Harthouse, that you really suppose my sister Loo does care for old Bounderby.