Just a thought..

@slayer08 (2363)
Philippines
May 1, 2016 3:17am CST
When I was younger, my motto was to never submit to my partner and if I do get married I will still have it my way - 3 relationships after, I am now 33 and with a husband. I never thought that I'd be submissive as I am right now but I couldn't be any happier. I realized that as a wife you are not entirely giving up your rights for someone to feel good about himself but knowing when to be firm and when to not be. I realized that men tend to be gentler and sweeter when they are heard. And they are actually better husbands when they know that you're not going to throw anything at them when they make a mistake. I'm happy I've given up my stubbornness in place of love because I can talk to my husband like a friend and he to me. we haven't argued about anything big; it has become a habit for both of us to sit down and talk about things and plan things together. I never knew marriage can be this good. I'm proud and happy I found someone who made me feel comfortable and at ease.
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@imravi (2365)
• India
1 May 16
Well good to hear that your marriage life Is going beautifully...i am not married so I don't have any idea about these things a lot but yes both husband and wife should listen to other in every matter....
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@slayer08 (2363)
• Philippines
1 May 16
Always. and even if some times some things are repetitive. We always have to listen.
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@imravi (2365)
• India
1 May 16
@slayer08 Yeah....that keeps stability and love in married life...:)
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@slayer08 (2363)
• Philippines
1 May 16
@imravi It even makes a whole lot of difference even in tough situations.
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@nomus24g (20241)
• India
1 May 16
Good to hear from you...my marriage recently had gone through some rough patch, so I am a bit disturbed on that front :(
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@slayer08 (2363)
• Philippines
1 May 16
it's a common thing these days but there's this thing I often keep in mind and that is to be realistic. It is okay to have expectations and standards; its what keeps your relationship afloat. But when it comes down to reality - being practical instead of having higher expectations is the key :) but I hope yours will go well anyway. thanks for your response!
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@nomus24g (20241)
• India
1 May 16
@slayer08 my case is completely different...dont want to get into it any more, what ever happened has happened for good :)
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@slayer08 (2363)
• Philippines
1 May 16
@nomus24g no worries, some things don't work as expected but I do hope you'll find happiness soon
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@Shavkat (53795)
• Philippines
1 May 16
I'm jealous to your marriage status. I wish I could be in that situation in the future.
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@slayer08 (2363)
• Philippines
1 May 16
Marry someone you think you can be friends with :)
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@zaga_cleuth (1412)
• Philippines
4 May 16
Congratulations. I pray that you both will stay strong as couple til you both get older.