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Know your true love


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CoupleAfter several dates, you feel you’ve found the perfect person. This is your dream mate, the one who will stand by you through thick and thin. You’re ready to tie the knot at last. But is it love? Or is it a cheap imitation, like infatuation, lust, or even simple companionship? Here are a few things to consider as you make the ultimate life-changing decision:

1. Do you want what’s best for this person, or do you want what this person can do to help you? For example, if your mate has the chance to get a wonderful job in another city, are you willing to pull up stakes and move, or will you expect the job opportunity to get tossed aside for you? Love means putting the other person’s needs ahead of your own, even when that involves sacrifice. While blind agreement to any difference of opinion is unrealistic and unreasonable, a thoughtful discussion of what is better for each of you individually as well as both of you as a couple needs to take place.

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When, and when not, to get married


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Indian WeddingToday, one out of two marriages will end in divorce. Many people fail to ask themselves why they are getting married and end up marrying for the wrong reasons. Love, of course seems like the best reason. However, it is not. The best reason to marry someone is companionship. For a marriage to be successful, both partners must have a genuine companionship. Of course, there are several reasons why a couple should not get married even if they do have companionship.

People are born with a desire to be loved and give love. It can be the most fulfilling feeling in the world. However, marrying simply because of love is not a good idea. Yes, it may sound very romantic. In fact, it is one of the main reasons people get married. Love alone is not a good reason to get married.

Marriages succeed when there is a strong foundation of companionship built by the couple. A strong foundation for marriage includes compatibility, trust, and communication. Couples should ask themselves three questions to decide if marriage is right for them.

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Being Friends for life ensures being happily married forever!


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Marriage CompanionshipThe dictionary defines a companion as “somebody who accompanies you, spends time with you, or is a friend.” So, it is important that a strong friendship forms the basis of your lifetime companionship.

Ali and Anisha were college sweethearts. After class they spent every waking moment together. Once college was over the two started contemplating marriage. And before the end of the year they got bonded in holy matrimony. This new togetherness gave their friendship a new direction. The couple enjoyed their life together and as time went by they were blessed with two beautiful children. Soon they found that though they had a social life together and were the perfect happy family yet, their friendship seems to have got lost along the way. They hardly spoke of anything other than discussing routine chores.

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Being friends for life ensures being happily married forever!


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Married coupleThe dictionary defines a companion as “somebody who accompanies you, spends time with you, or is a friend.” So, it is important that a strong friendship forms the basis of your lifetime companionship.

Ali and Anisha were college sweethearts. After class they spent every waking moment together. Once college was over the two started contemplating marriage. And before the end of the year they got bonded in holy matrimony. This new togetherness gave their friendship a new direction. The couple enjoyed their life together and as time went by they were blessed with two beautiful children. Soon they found that though they had a social life together and were the perfect happy family yet, their friendship seems to have got lost along the way. They hardly spoke of anything other than discussing routine chores.

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Evolution and Adoption


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Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris MartinIts happened again. British actress Gwyneth Paltrow, married to Chris Martin, the hauntingly gifted singer of the band Cold Play, has said that she would like to adopt children in order to have the kind of family she has always dreamed of. The couple already have two children of their own, and Gwyneth wants to avoid the rigours and stresses of more pregnancies and childbirth.

Such declarations to the media, while they may or may not result in actual adoptions, make one wonder at the trend of contemporary reality. Will Paltrow and Martin now take a shopping bag across the developing countries of the world a la Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, or Madonna and Guy Ritchie? Will we see pictures of them exclaiming over some Guatemalan children, or have them sneaking to a Kolkata orphanage, in order to have a piece of India to love? It appears all these possibilities exist.

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