Kris, I agree with this, (By the way I wish I had a four letter name that was simple) “And if we all want to admit and agree that marriage isn’t about love anyway, that’s totally fine. (Because it’s not.)But don’t combine the two in one conversation unless you’re honest about what you’re saying”.

My question is how do you get to this point. Where and when in life does this conversation happen? And the result is, this is a loving relationship!

But many miss the opportunity because we are so caught up in the status quo.

What do you think?

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