When is the time when you will end your marriage?
7 May 07
I am totally happy with my married life now. My husband is a good man and I have no plans of breaking up my ties with him. Not now, not in the near future, and hopefully, not until forever. Sounds idealistic? Yeah, maybe I am too idealistic, but I am just hoping for the best out of our marriage. Sure, there are times of despair but it is not enough to make our relationship fail. After all, marriage is a lifetime commitment, don't you think so?
7 May 07
That's good to hear that your marriage is doing better. How lucky you are to have your husband. But me, I feel and have doubts in me right now. Even if we are less than a year married with my husband. There is no other party but our marriage is not doing good. I feel tired and feel that it is hopeless for us to stay together forever.
8 May 07
Im sorry to hear that, my friend. You know what, if there's something I want to share with you whe it comes to husband-wife relationship, that is the value of openness and conversation. Maybe there is still hope in your relationship. Why dont you and your husband talk about it and see if there's anything else you can do to resolve any problems. Whenever we have misunderstandings, and there are really bad times that I felt that he dont love me anymore because somehow I don't feel it, I tell him right away.. and then everything will turn out to be fine again. And I will realize that he loves me so much. Dont give up on him. MAybe there are still ways..
29 May 07
i have read all the comments in you responses. i marry young and married now for almost 25 years. i have gone also with what you,re going through. as you go along your married life you will learn to know how to deal with problems arising from your marriage. i think you should think first of how you can resolve differences before going to end married life. in your case, it's too early to go through it. but perhaps if you have children and always fighting in front of them, it's better to go separate ways. for me, after all that i've gone through, it's really rewarding, cause we're both very happy and successful together with all my children.
7 May 07
I have not reach that point yet as far as I am concerned. But I would consider my marriage to have ended when loyalty and truthfulness is absent already in a relationship. I really appreciate that loyalty and transparency should always be present in a married relationship. This establishes stronger bond with each other.
7 May 07
Anyone who marries with a preconception of how marriage should end, is doomed to disaster. I remember a fantastic line from the movie 'Laws of attraction'. Pierce Brosnan points out that divorce is just misplaced passion. People are willing to come and fight it out in the court, when they should have really spent all that energy trying to fight dissimilarties and problems which were eating up their marriage. I think it is only the stubborn, rigid and weak people who decide to call it quits. The only exception I believe, is a physically abusive partner, or a mentally unstable one.