I married my husband because i love him just the way his is. Every part of him. Yes i do get frustrated with him at times but his imperfections makes the relationship exciting and stands him out from any guy out there making him special. His imperfections as i spend time with him, imprinted itself onto my heart. And than I fell in love. And because they' re imprinted in my heart, i could never forget him even if i tried.<br />
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I believe you shouldnt have to try to change each other, It should be like two pieces fitting together perfectly. <br />
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For example: Like my husband is very persistent and annoying, and that characteristic that my husband has is perfect for me because i could be lazy and like to put off stuff a lot. And my characteristics are good for him because my laziness reminds him to relax and enjoy his days.

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Fraid so. But if you can both survive the disappointment your doing ok

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I think I got married hoping I would change. I got married to the wrong man and hoped I could change the fact that I had really no chemistry with him. No matter what I tried that did not change and he deserved someone who had that.

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When couples fall in love and get married, it should be because of who they are, not for what they can change about them.

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I think that's a false stereotype about men and women that is meant to highlight how 'different' they are.<br />
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At the end of the day, we are all humans searching for love and sometimes have selfish feelings. I think both men and women enter both relationships and marriage hoping/expecting for certain things to change, while wanting other parts to remain the same. <br />
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REALITY: What it really comes down to is, a couple can only survive when both people love someone despite knowing a person may never change while also be willing to adapt to the changes that may happen to their loved one as they grow older. People expect marriage to be the 'end' of a relationship journey (I can finally get what I always wanted!) when in reality, a marriage is about uniting with someone whom you want to/are willing to take the tremendous journey of life.

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its true.!!! (: well from my opinion

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I loved my husband for all he was was to change him would mean a differnt person no change for me.

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"Is it generally true that? Women marry men hoping they'll change. Men marry women hoping they won't."<br />
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In my 44+ year relationship and with my high school sweetheart I can say definitively — YES. <br />
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Some of the changes were predictable as we matured, but some of her changes were totally unexpected and detrimental to our relationship. <br />
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I am sure that I changed in the years we were together, whether they were positive changes in her eyes I will never know as she never complained. <br />
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Any relationship that succeeds requires compromise by both parties <br />
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Unfortunately, the love of my life, the mother of my children, and my best-friend left this mortal coil way to early at age 59 leaving me a widower.<br />
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I now must advance to "Go" without collecting $200.00 and start again in my search for my next best-friend.

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I didn't want to change him, I just didn't see his flaws. Love is blind.

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some women get pregnant because they think it'll change the man when really their making it worse. I should know thats what I done and as my son turned 1yrs old we divorced... babies dont change anything... Marry someone for love and not to change each other....

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In general, I agree!

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It goes both ways. Both can enter in expecting their spouse to change after marriage....that she will be willing to clean up or cook more or that he will stop looking at other women. Both can expect that certain things won't change....that he will continue to work out or that she will be just as "in love" as she was before. I've known both men and women who entered into marriage with unrealistic expectations.

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Who cares if they truly love each other.

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I hope not.

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it may be true for the majority. my first husband assumed that as soon as we got married i would suddenly turn into a compulsive housecleaner like his mother. um, no.

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.. well.. I don't know about everyone else.. but I married my husband because I love him the way he is. If a woman wants to change the man.. than that man is not for her. :l always been my opinion.

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