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Mumbai, India
April 14, 2014 2:29am CST
you can't change someone who doesn't want to be changed
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@Rick1950 (1481)
• Peru
14 Apr 14
First of all, why should we change another person? Perhaps you can do it when people is still a child, if you are the parent or the school teacher. But I think that rather we should try to change ourselves in order to become better.
• United States
16 Apr 14
This is a belief that spouses have before they are married. I can change that person if I love him/her enough. I have heard said that if you don't like what the person is doing before you get married you sure aren't going to like what he is after you are married because a person usually puts their best foot forward during courtship.
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@Rick1950 (1481)
• Peru
16 Apr 14
@Hopefull90 I agree. Before marriage the persons show different than after. It seems that this happens in almost all cases. During the marriage the couples will learn more from each other, while they are living together. For sure one will find things that dislike. It is necessary love and understanding from both parts to go ahead.
@Bluedoll (17111)
• Canada
16 Apr 14
I understand what @Rick1950 is saying. Why does a person need to change? That has to be determined. Perhaps everyone can have different beliefs, ideas and ways of living and do not need to change. I think the exception is when people hurt other people or hurt themselves.
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