Communication, respect, and trust are the foundations of a successful marriage. In the end, if you can’t have these things on your wedding day, which is supposed to be one of the happiest days of your life, is there even a point in getting married?
Slate, an online magazine provides an advice column called “Dear Prudence,” in which readers can send queries that they don’t know the solutions to themselves. A confession from an unnamed woman was published in one of the magazine’s most recent issues, in which she revealed a rude prank that her partner perpetrated on her during the ceremony. She filed for divorce the very following day, but everyone around her thought she was being overly dramatic and that she should give her husband another chance instead. But she is determined about not doing so and is confident in her decision. As a result, the woman related what had occurred and sought assurance that what she was doing was appropriate.
We’ve heard many stories about how the couple’s relationships came to an end due to numerous reasons. Likewise, we just came across a story where the girl described how she felt disrespectful and decided to take divorce the very next day after the wedding.
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After being disrespected by her husband, this female decided to divorce him.
The lady sought advice from an online magazine. Soon after the couple got married, she wanted a divorce.
At the reception, the lady asked not to rub the cake on her face.
Her boyfriend grabbed her by the back of the head and shoved her head on the cake.
The girl left the reception and told the guy we are done next day!
Everyone thought the lady made a huge mistake.
Relationship compatibility is defined by Dr. Joshua Klapow, a clinical psychologist and the host of the podcast The Kurre and Klapow Show, as “the degree to which each person’s view of love, intimacy, and attraction (and the expression of these experiences) work together for mutual benefit”. That’s why it’s so selfish of her partner to deny her safety on their wedding day if she feels loved when she’s safe.
Susan Trombetti, matchmaker and CEO of Exclusive Matchmaking once stated that romantic compatibility happens when two people are “equally attracted to each other.” But more than feeling butterflies and being emotionally intimate, according to Susan, romantic compatibility happens when they’re both “on the same page about where you want the relationship to go.”
Doing activities that you and your partner can enjoy together is an important part of romance. A game where neither one is having a good time at the cost of the other Bullying like this is simply unacceptable. Psychiatrist and author of Rivers Are Coming: Essays and Poems on Healing Jesmina “Minaa B.” Archbold believes that love compatibility occurs when two people respect and want to learn more about one another.
“You don’t necessarily have to share the same interests,” Archbold explained. “But it means caring enough to learn about each other in order to strengthen the relationship bond, while also learning about each other’s needs.”
Experts define a good match as a union, no matter where you look. That’s not a cliché, it’s a statement. It is a fact. And if one party is unable to accept it, why should the other party pay the price?
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