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Love is wonderful, love is joy, love is the greatest thing in the world… Marriage is hard work.(Older people are nodding right now while young people are probably sticking their fingers in their ears and reciting their favorite lines from “The Notebook.”)So how do you make love last? ” Um, let’s stop right there…Because the research shows Another recent paper summarized the results of 313 separate studies, concluding that the similarity of personality and preferences—such as, the scientists say, “matching people who prefer Judd Apatow’s movies to Woody Allen’s with people who feel the same way”— had no effect on relationship well-being.
What myths about love are leading us astray and what do you have to do to have a loving relationship that stands the test of time? We’re going to see what the research says makes real relationships last so you can get as close to the fairy tale as possible. Time to find out the answer to that often-ignored second question…You want to find the perfect person. Meanwhile, a 2010 study of twenty-three thousand married couples found that the similarity of spouses accounted for less than 0.5 percent of spousal satisfaction.
It is good for young men and young women to learn to know and to appreciate one another. “It is better, my friends, to date a variety of companions until you are ready to marry. Because sexual intimacy is so sacred, the Lord requires self-control and purity before marriage, as well as full fidelity after marriage.
” “Any dating or pairing off in social contacts should be postponed until at least the age of 16 or older, and even then there should still be much judgment used in selections and in the seriousness.So instead of clinging to the idea of being with that person, she cultivates the quality in her.When I applied the advice to myself, I realized that for the relationships that did not last, my attraction was an expression of my loneliness.The adoption of technology has changed the way we connect and converse with others in our society and dating is no exception.
The prevalence of smart phones mean we are always contactable, social media allows others to get to know us before we have even met, and dating apps give us an abundance of choice in a suitable partner or partners.I was watching this video in which a cross section of people, were asked to use Tinder to find people they would go on a date with.