What is love? Have you ever taken the time to actually ponder over what love truly means? I personally believe that love is when you are attracted to someone who you are willing to put their needs ahead of yours. It is a sensation that you can feel when you are at a close proximity to that special someone. Your heart starts pumping faster from excitement because of his or her presence. In a true love relationship, I believe that any conflict between the couple can be settled through discussion and when a solution is reached, certain actions can be taken to resolve it.
I think that if a relationship between two individuals has been going very well and both are ready to take the relationship to the next level, marriage could possibly be considered, and that would be a lifetime commitment to each other. When I am ready to take that step in the future, I would like to have a big wedding and invite my family and friends and have my wife invite her own family and friends to our wedding. I would also like to combine both wedding traditions of my culture and her culture together. I believe that in order to have a successful marriage, everything should be brought up equally. This would mean that each one has the right to voice their own opinion so they could decide things together as a couple. Some topics that require discussion include having children, renovation on the house, or even the buying of furniture. In order for those things to be possible, I would like a partner that listens to me, loves me, is beautiful, and is very caring.
In a marriage, I strongly believe that both couples should divide the chores in half; one can clean the house and the other can clean the garage. If one of them is done with their share earlier than the other, they can help the other partner finish their share. I also believe that married couples should have sex whenever they are in the mood or typically three to four times a week on average to show the love they have for each other. After marriage, I think it would be nice to have about three children, but the final decision really depends on what the couple decides as a whole. I take a stand on cult of domesticity. That is where the wife stays home and takes care of the kids while the husband goes off to work in order to earn a living for the family. If divorce is ever brought up for some reason, everything should be divided in half and whoever decides to keep the children should also have the right to keep the house and car.
In a marriage, both couples are entitled to both sex and money. If these things are not provided from both couples, I think they should be able to file for a divorce.