Robert Burale's Class On Marriage Is All You Need This 2018 - ZUMI
12 months ago, 8 Jan 17:12
Just a year and two months after saying ‘I do’, Robert Burale signed his divorce papers and walked away a free man but, not without learning a few golden lessons. In an interview with one of the local dailies, the man of God cum image consultant opened up about life as a husband and five important rules ending his marriage taught him. Take notes ladies. via GIPHY Marriage is a lifetime commitment; take your time before making such a big leap. Burale says, “We courted for five months and then got married in the same year. We dated, courted, paid dowry and got married all within five months…Everybody said we were rushing it but we were in love, in hindsight, we should have listened.” Someone you really enjoy spending time with so that you are not tolerating each other but having fun being around each other. In a previous talk, he said, “In the days after a wedding, a newly-wed couple will enjoy the highs of fresh romance. But life soon turns into a boring routine. It is only then that your decision to marry your friend will come in handy!” Now he says, “There was no infidelity in our marriage, but we should have cultivated our friendship more because this is what holds a marriage together. We should have been friends first.” It only adds pressure and frustration to yours. Robert says, “There was also outside influence from friends. Nobody gets into marriage wanting it to fail. Mine failed after one year, two days! It was painful and depressing.” While he reveals having no regret about the outcome of his marriage, he says, “I wish I had communicated better with her, listened to her. I also wish I spent more time with her. It’s not that I was travelling or working a lot but sometimes you can be in the same room as someone else but you are not really spending time together.” Robert says that the greatest fear for a divorcee is that it might happen again. However, 4 years down the line he’s ready to try again; “Would I marry again? I do not have the grace to be single. It can get lonely because you do not have anyone to share life with. But, the greatest impediment to an already divorced person dating or marrying again is the fear of making a mistake. But I’m praying about it.” We hear you Burale, marriage is more than just a glossy wedding and happy selfies. Having these five things to start you off will make it way easier.
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