Rules for a Happy Married Life
1. Never both be angry at the same time
2. Never yell at each other unless the house in on fire
3. If one of you has to win an argument, let it be your mate
4. If you have to criticize do it lovingly
5. Never bring up mistakes of the past
6. Neglect the whole world rather than each other
7. Never go to sleep with an argument unsettled
8. At least once every day try to say one kind of complimentary thing to your life’s partner
9. When you have done something wrong, be ready to admit it and ask for forgiveness
10. It takes two to make a quarrel and the one in the wrong is the one who does the most talking
6 Cs of happy marriages
Years of experience and research has taught us that marriage, much like life, is not that simple. It involves two people, their personalities, their desires, their emotions, and their psychology. Marriage, we learned is an institution with unlimited variables that cannot simply be formulated into a software application. A successful marriage requires a mix of Compatibility, Chemistry, Commitment, Community, Communication and Compassion.
Compatibility - A set of interests and values that establishes a common ground between two people
Chemistry - Indefinable attributes that make two people 'click' with each other
Commitment - An explicit and implicit understanding that both partners are dedicated to making the relationship work
Community - A network of family and friends to support and nurture the relationship
Communication - An effort to express feelings and share experiences with each other
Compassion - A human quality that becomes all the more important for developing a successful relationship
Our findings indicate that different people give different weightage to the above factors in their description of an ideal life partner and consequently they are looking for different things in an ideal match making solution.
So, while somebody thinks - 'The most important thing to me is to be able to set filters so that I only meet people that I am interested in. Why should I have to deal with somebody I am clear I do not wish to marry', others are of the opinion that - 'I am simply exploring whether I am ready to get married. I think I am but I will only truly know when I meet the 'right' person. So, for me I want a service where I can meet a large number of diverse people'.
A person in Mumbai 'wants to meet someone who has a lot in common with them' while somebody in Chennai 'would rather marry somebody who is exactly the opposite'. A girl in New York told us that 'two diverse people form a greater whole' while a gentleman in London indicated that 'common interests are the key to compatibility'.
We are constantly applying new learning’s in this area to enable our members in taking the first step towards a successful marriage.