Seems to me that those opposed to marriage equality define marriage in terms of sex . . . while those who support marriage equality define marriage in terms of love . . But we know marriage is a way more big definition than this.
A happy marriage is a cocktail of open communication, honesty, hard work, and a lot of love. But what does that look like in real life?
A happy marriage is being happy with what you’ve got, rather than expecting your marriage to be a certain way,” says one married woman. “Being content and grateful for what you have, instead of constantly trying to live up to some unrealistic standard set by movies and romance novels, is real happiness in the romantic and in the bed, since sexual intimacy is also important, that’s why improving this using a guide on using adult toys could really help keep a marriage healthy.
In a happy marriage, two people share things equally,” says another . “It doesn’t sound romantic, but I’m honestly happy because my husband does the dishes and the laundry as often as I do. We cook together, we run errands together. I don’t feel burdened, and I don’t feel taken for granted.