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In a perfect world marriage would be extremely easy Husbands and wives would not have to worry about divorce or even arguments because in a perfect world those concepts would not even exist However this perfect world will never exist In marriage problems difficulties and mishaps do occur yet many couples still plan to take the next step in their relationship by getting married For many marriage is viewed as a beautiful experience that two people are able to share According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary OnLine marriage is an intimate or close union Usually everyone who begins to consider marriage in their relationship plans to make it work until death do they part For a successful marriage the importance of both spouses being one hundred percent committed to each other and able to communicate with one another is very significant Commitment to one another is a key factor in a successful marriage For a wife to be fully committed to her husband in marriage she must promise to be honest and loyal As stated in the traditional marriage vows for example Do you Sue promise to love honor and cherish him for better for worse for richer or for poorer in sickness and in health I do And forsaking all others will you remain only unto him for as long as you both shall live I do Country Weddings However commitment goes far beyond the initial vows It takes an indescribable amount of love from both spouses to stay committed to one another for all eternity Ones spouse may not have the perfect smile or the body of a model He may not be rich or be the owner of a spectacular wardrobe He may not have been popular enough to be voted prom king in high school However to be committed is to be in love with all of that person not just parts of him Everyone has his own flaws and imperfections When
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