To be happy again…and again…and again 🙂
1. Someone said: “Chains do not hold a marriage together.” So what does? Love? Compability? Kids? Money?
2. A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers. Are we ready for that?
3. What counts in making a happy marriage is not so much how compatible you are, but how you deal with incompatibility. Leo Tolstoy
Oh. Go away, Leo…that’s too much. I could deal maybe, hm..as far as I know no man was ever shot by his wife while doing the dishes. Haha
What is it about the end of my marriage that has troubled me so deeply?
I did enjoy the company, the intimacy, and the sheer thrill of having an attractive spouse. I loved the idea of what we had built together. And more than anything, I enjoyed the thought of having someone to share my life with and growing old together.
But as time has gone by, another thought has slowly gripped me.
Was I happy in my marriage? Were we right for one another? What was my marriage really doing for me?
I think the answer to the first two question is a no. The third one is a lot more complex to answer. I am afraid of being lonely, but is that a good reason to stay married? I sacrificed a lot for my wife, but was that love? I was cared for, a house kept beautifully, awesome food…
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Living in Sweden. Happy and kind. Russian and #badgram English. Coffee and Tea. Dogs. Coding haha. Web design. Social Media. Fun. Health... everything day by day :)
Пишу на русском и на английском.