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Long-lasting marriages and the psychology behind them

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joswe torres

on 17 December 2013

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Long-lasting marriages and the psychology behind them
Intellectual Intimacy
This is the second key step to a long lasting relationship.
Shared Activities
The couple should participate in some activities together, this is where they bond and get to know one another a little better, it helps get them closer and more familiar with each other.
What is marriage?
Marriage is a commitment between two individuals. It is a compromise in which they agree to love and cherish each other for a lifetime.
Secret to long lasting marriages..
First, emotional intimacy.
Intellectual Intimacy
Intellectual intimacy is where the couple understands one another. It is the point where the couple is economically and financially stable. It is never healthy for a couple not to be financially stable because it may stir up conflicts such as who does what, it is important for both to come to an agreement.
Physical Intimacy
Physical Intimacy is important as well because they should have some sort of physical activity, without it, the relationship may be "boring".
Emotional Intimacy
Emotional intimacy is where the couple talks about their problems and conflicts. Communication is the key to a healthy long-lasting relationship, without it, a relationship doesn't work out.
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