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Marriage Marriage has been romanticized in the last century or so. Marriage is now thought of as a union between two people that love each other and want to be happy for the rest of their lives. When in actuality marriage is “the state of being united to a person of the opposite sex as husband and wife in a consensual and contractual relationship recognized by law” happiness’s relative and has nothing to do with having a long lasting marriage. It would be nice if all marriages could be happy long lasting affairs, but they aren’t. A lasting marriage depends on 5 things. The first is the significance the couple gives marriage, the second is love, the third is respect, the fourth is compatibility ,and the fifth is division of power and fear of being alone or losing security. Dissent on this topic and the qualities I have pointed out is normal but through my experience and different relationships I have seen these are the things that make a long lasting marriage. To have a lasting marriage the couple needs to feel that marriage is something sacred they also have to stop thinking of marriage as a temporary relationship status. Marriage is a contract between two people to unite assets; in some cultures marriage is for life and in others marriage will only last for as long as it is beneficial to both parties concerned. The seriousness of a marriage depends on how the married value the term, or status the term marriage brings them. The modern notion is that a marriage is for happiness and it should only last until you are discontent with the relationship. I have seen this countless times with the men in my family. They are happy and start families and as soon as they go through a rough patch it is time for a divorce because marriage is not enforces or imposed as something sacred or of value. In other families once your married you’re stuck that way until you…...

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