The entire world is indeed having a continued increase in the number of divorces of married couples. This is not seen however with the Indian matrimonial system since the values and traditions it has play a role in creating a strong and successful bond that lasts the couple a lifetime. If you want to have a stable marital life, there are factors that must be importantly considered. The relationship depends on a great foundation of common values, a strong support system and shared dreams. These dreams must be built on love, open communication, and mutual understanding.
Some factors which can play an essential role in the keeping of the marital relationship stable include:
Have Similar Cultural Backgrounds:
Indeed, it is a fact that a lot of couples disagree today. However, generally speaking, people who come from a similar cultural background are believed to have a stronger marriage. Being a secular country, India actually is the home of different cultures. The personal culture of a person is really being deeply instilled into his day to day lives no matter how the two have had the same place to grow up, the same school, similar music, or books that both of you have already read. Without a doubt, one’s culture would still come out when you will love together.
Coming from a similar cultural group that has the same or similar beliefs, it would be easier for the couple to plan their lives and day-to-day routines. Their transition will also be easier. It is also expected that the disagreements about child rearing will be fewer.
Economic Background Factor:
Couples who are financially well off would not mean that they will surely be having matrimonial relationship that is stable and successful. Couples that come from families having similar philosophy and principle in financial matters and similar financial backgrounds can have a good marriage. What matters is that the couples know and understand where they both stand as a couple and keep their expenses within limits.
The Support Rooted From the Family Members
There will be a strong and stable marriage if the couple has strong support system. Indeed, the support coming from the family members and friends who are supportive of your relationship is important especially when the couple is going through tough times in a marriage. The families in the western countries are a lot smaller and the relatives are all miles apart and friends are too busy to be there for each other, thus the result most commonly would be failed marriages.
Most siblings and parents are basically integral to major decisions that are taken by the couple in an Indian setting, a feature which is opposite from those western countries. The couple is blessed with parents giving unbiased advice and being a good example to their married children.
When the matrimonial relationship strives hard to communicate with each other, understand each other’s needs, demands and requirements and even be the bigger person by accepting mistakes whenever possible, it can be successful up to eternity. Always inculcate the values you have learned, and most importantly do everything to make your marriage happy and eternal.