A piller of strength.

@meapas (2433)
July 13, 2009 10:19am CST
Does your shoulder pain? I always come across people who needs a shoulder to cry on. Every now and then I find a quarrelling couple. It takes quite a lot of time to make them see reason. I can't understand why these people keep on quarrelling over petty things. After years of companionship, they get married just to dislike each other for what ever they are. I really fail to understand this theory of such a marriage. Why then marry and spoil the life of your children born out of your marriage? Why can't you love each other as you used to love before your marriage? Who is to be blamed? Man or woman? meapas.
1 response
@SomeCowgirl (32255)
• United States
13 Jul 09
I have seen people quarrel and I myself have quarreled with my fiance. I think that it is more because of stress then anything for a lot of couples, I know that my fiance and I have found that we are stressed often but know that the stress will subside. It does take some time to get us out of a rut and sometimes a disagreement. Man and Woman should do all they can to stay together, and my fiance and I are working on that now. My advice to anyone who would seek it about getting ready for marriage is to be calm, talk things out, and learn to communicate. My fiance and I have a workbook that we've been told by others, they wished they'd had when they were getting married.
@meapas (2433)
• India
14 Jul 09
You don't need to have a workbook like a school kid. Just have a good understanding for each other and learn to give and don't expect. Respect each others sentiments and give little space to each other. Any way thanks for your response. meapas.