Friday, April 23, 2010

Like everyday, today started with a yoga session and after that I ate a delicious breakfast Aloo ka parantha with my favorite strong chai. Early morning, they were showing "Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna" - one of my all time favorites on Set Max. While watching the movies, various thoughts were coming to my mind like why people go out of their marriage when their partner is so loving and caring. May be their expectations don't match or may be something else. Why we crave for more and more and why we look flaws in our partner rather than accepting them as they are? I know many people who have spent more than a decade with their partner, and still say that they are not happy in their marriage. But touchwood, I can say that my parents are deeply and madly in love with each other. They don't do aything special. But those small small things like my mom listens to my father quitely when he gets angry (though he hardly gets angry on her) and my father sharing every happiness and sorrow with her and there are many instances which I feel make them one of the loving couples.

So, back to the topic. What it requires to make a marriage successfull. What a wife or husband needs to do to keep things interesting and long lasting. I'm single. May be I'll get answers to these questions, when I myself will get married. But, still since I am idle these days, I think about these things more. Those in relationship or married, If you have any tips or tricks for singles or those looking forward to marriage, please share.


Till Later,


Love ya,


Ann

5 comments :

PULKIT said...

There is more to it.. then just expectations, that leads to a fall...

Jack said...

Ann,

Very pertinent question. I have tried to put across few reasons in my posts Happy Married Life or Relationships, and a Post in 3 parts in Oct - Nov last year in which I gave views from all the involved persons, husband-wife and their parents. I will really appreciate your views on what I said. You may mail to me on my mail id shown in my profile.

Take care

PS : I am sure your parents will be in a position to guide you more with their experience but they will also be biased as you are their beloved daughter.

CutePriya said...

Ms. Ann a very difficult question to answer./ Kudos to your parents dear...awe...they're such a lovely couple...And yes, KANK is My Favorite too...I don't know whether I'll find my Aman or not...coming back to relationships...my experience says it's just a matter of chance...even though if you're giving your best...at times, the choice is wrong...and how hard you try to keep it going the other person may QUIT...The best I can say is Look for a person who is understanding enough, mature, sensitive and most importantly, is Decisive...I know A gem of a person like you will Get the BEST...

Vintage Obsession said...

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Akum said...

Hi how are you doing? BTW i love Aloo ka parantha ....

Love is just a feeling that fades away with time.. That is why people stray away from their partner