Yes. My grandparents have been married for 50 years.

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yes, because many of us die alone.

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You just have to believe! ;)

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It's not quite as elusive as magic, it's just that less and less people want to put in the effort these days!<br />
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Love is not just a feeling, it is work. You have to work to keep the love going, to keep the peace, to understand each other as you both grow and learn. It's 100% worth the effort.<br />
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Both sets of grandparents for me were together until death of one. My aunts and uncles are all still married, in their 50s and 60s. My ex's parents argue, but they get over it and share one of the most loving marriages I've ever had the pleasure of witnessing- they were positive role models for my ex in that, making a very pleasant first love for me. <br />
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You're not a statistic, you're You. If you learn to be a secure person (trust them, be completely honest with them, but know when you're in danger and need to leave before you're totally committed to them), that will help a bunch. Don't marry for a while, that's what I suggest- love can wait a couple of years. If you love one another, a few years will be well worth it to prove that yes, you are compatible- my parents? They dated 6 months, married for 15 and then divorced bitterly. My mom is currently doing something similar. Moral there, LEARN from your mistakes, don't repeat them.<br />
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What else... here is the key to a healthy relationship- that is, as long as two people are meant to be. Keep in mind, if both people do not wish to continue the relationship, Together, then it's always best to call it off rather than commit to them for the long term. By this I mean that if one person says, "Look, I love you but I know you're not for me", then that's not the kind of love you're looking for. Take time to heal (this is important!) and move on.<br />
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_X7CkYQn_A<br />
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^ This guy, he knows how it works.<br />
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Hey, this sounds more like a book here, but trust me, do your research about happy relationships, and a little psychology, like body language, may also help!

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