Keeping your promise in marriage vows? Are you that type.

@happy2512 (1266)
December 8, 2009 7:55pm CST
Do you really want to hold on to the marriage even if you are the only one working to keep the marriage work? Is it necessary to keep your promise with your marriage vows "For better, for worse, till death do you part?" Or you tend to move on & file separation/divorce/annulment once you find you are like living in hell with the kind of spouse you have? Or are still hoping for hope that your spouse will change for the best of the family & sacrificing yourself in order to keep the family together? What alternative or moves you make?
1 response
• Philippines
9 Dec 09
Hi there, I am still single and never been married, hope I can still answer this topic. In my opinion, once I have my marriage vows... I will stick to it no matter what life will bring me. As what people say that marriage is not that easy to live, it takes a lot of courage, patience, devotion, faith, and forgiveness. If things goes wrong inside marriage, I think it is best to figure out what causes those coldness between you and your spouse. After knowing the cause, it is best to have a conversation with your spouse to talk and work on things. If forgiveness is needed, then don't hesitate to give it even if it is a little harder. All things and problems can be fixed if you have the courage and motivation to solve things out.
• Philippines
7 May 10
yes i agree with you, but itr should go both ways... You cannot do all the fixing alone. Your partner must also be willing to fix things out... No finger pointing. Both must be willing and mature enough to handle the situation..Sometimes problems and conflics make a person narrow minded.