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I was married for 25 years. We lived together for 5 years before we got married. I am not anti marriage. I am just saying people don’t know what the future brings yet we continue to take a chance. It is good to warn people not to expect ” happily ever after”. But with the right person, marriage allows you b vulnerable with your spouse and grow SO strong to build up not only the couple and family, but the community around them. Married 27 years here, to my very best friend. I appreciate your perspective. I choose to love in the hard times. Love is a choice. In our marriage “Love has conquered all” we have made two choices Love God & Love one another. 51 years together, 48 years together. Marriage is hard work. I think just the opposite. We tell them “happily ever after”. We make people think that all they have to do is find the right person and they will be happy. Marriage is taking a chance. It may work out forever or it may not. Not everyone grows in the same direction. Tragic and wonderful things happen that can change people. Love doesn’t conquere all. I think it is important to realize going in that love is not enough to make a marriage last. Don’t give people false expectations. I didn’t get to be with him as long as I wanted to but a million years would not have been enough! I am grateful for the years we had and our family we made. Sorry for your loss. My husband Gary and I were married for 42 years before he passed away from lung cancer. He was the love of my life. I felt that God has made him especially for me. We were happy together. Loved running away for a night alone to be together. If I could live my life over I would choose him over anyone to share my life.