How Happy Are You In Your Marriage?
Marriage is for the long run. Even if you felt deliriously happy on your wedding day, sooner or later you get into the habit of being with someone and forget to check in with your inner voice. Is this relationship really working for you? How happy are you in your marriage? Let’s find out.
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The perfect marriage
It’s rare to see couples that are into each other and happy together even after a few years have passed and they know all advantages and disadvantages of the other person. You are in that couple. You may be doing some compromises from time to time, but you agree on the big things, support each other and don’t forget to go the extra mile from time to time to make each other happy. Good for you!
You’re happy, but work on this
You two are really happy together, which is amazing. Very few couples feel this way after the first year. However, there are things you can work on to make sure you feel this way for the rest of your life. Let him/her take the decisions a bit more often, give each other gifts or organize surprises for no reason. Have more sex. Or, if you’re spending every waking hour together, give each other some space. These little things will bring you back to the honeymoon phase and make you even happier than you are now.
Rather unhappy, work on this
You may think your marriage is “ok” and that all relationships deteriorate with time, but the truth is that you need to take measures right now in order to fix this— if at least some part of you still wants to be in this relationship. You two need to discuss and find a way to agree on your plans for the future, to spend more time together, to work a bit harder to make each other happy, or to ask your partner to do more for you if you feel you’re trying much harder. Do this and you’ll see that time has nothing to do with it. We’re as happy in our relationships as we want to be.
Consider ending the marriage
It’s not that there are not things you can do to save this relationship, but it seems that you’re really unhappy and have already given up on things. If you do want to save it, start with spending more time together, talking about the future, trusting him/her more, remembering all the things you like about him/her etc. If you really don’t want to do all this, than consider ending the marriage. Think about it well, it’s not an easy thing to go through.
Question 1 of 10
What do you and your partner fight about?
Question 2 of 10
What are the biggest compromises you’ve done for her/him?
Question 3 of 10
Do you agree on plans for the future?
Question 4 of 10
How much time do you spend together (just the two of you or with other couples) per week?
Question 5 of 10
What do you do to make him/her happy?
Question 6 of 10
What does he/she do to make you happy?
Question 7 of 10
What do you most like about your partner?
Question 8 of 10
Would you go out on a date with him/her if you knew everything you know now?
Question 9 of 10
Imagine your life without him/her. How do you feel?
Question 10 of 10
When is the last time you had sex?