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Love And Marriage

Love in Marriage

Paul Tournier, the famous psychologist said, “I’ve been married six times – all to the same woman.” He had shared that he never got divorced, but rather his marriage transitioned from one stage to another. Love, in a marriage, plays a crucial role and evolves as time goes by. After the initial rush of passion, love strengthens and transforms into an unbreakable bond. In a marriage, love is an action verb, which means you may say it all you want but, it the end, what you do matters the most. Love could mean sharing the house load with your spouse, taking turns to do the dishes, cooking a meal, sharing finances, making sacrifices for the other’s happiness and much, much more. Words can say quite a lot but actions in love make it perfectly clear.

Love may not be enough to sustain a “til death do us part” relationship, and while that may be true, without love, there is nothing.

 

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Love Me My Way

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“Loving Intentionally”

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Ways to Say “I Love You”

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Love is an Action Verb

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Self-Love is a Marital Asset

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What Really is True Love?

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