Thinking that it is impossible to have a lifelong union in this modern age? Well, all that depends on the selection of your male partner! A woman can have a lifelong union only when they pay a little attention to their head than their heart.
It is not suggested for women to marry a man who is nine or more years older than you or is two or more years younger than you are! The secret to a lasting marriage is to marry a man who is about your own age. In that way, you’ll have same compatibilities and temperaments as your partner!.
One should exchange vows with someone more or less like you. However, surprisingly, similar education levels, attitudes to religion, and country of birth are not important when it comes to lasting matrimony. In fact, age is the biggest factor in deciding if a couple stays together or not.
Age captures a range of things about being in the same place in life, at the same time. Marriages in which the husband is nine or more years older than the wife, or two or more years younger, have a separation rate of 17 per cent compared to about 10 per cent for their more age-compatible peers. It also helps if the husband is over 25 when one gets married.
If your parents are still together, marry a man whose parents are also still together.
If your parents are still together, marry a man whose parents are also still together. Couples in which the husband’s parents had divorced, but the wife’s parents had not, have more chances to separate than pairs where both sets of parents were together.
If you don’t have a kid, try to marry a partner who has no children. It helps to have a similar attitude to wanting children or another child. Also consider the fact that whether your partner is divorced or not!
Rebecca Kippen and Bruce Chapman, from the Australian National University, and Peng Yu, from the Department of Families, Housing Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, have traced the marital fortunes of 2482 Australian couples over six years to see what factors lead to compatibility, and what to divorce and separation. The data was drawn from the Household Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia, survey with an initial sample of 7682 households. The findings will be presented at the HILDA conference in Melbourne.
Moral of the Story, its upto women, as most of the divorces are initiated by women, and its upto her to keep her Marriage Life long too.