A marriage is not about dating each other for a year or two. It is about spending the rest of your life together. To share each other's life as it comes, one needs to be patient and have a very strong bond. Only then would one be able to pull off something as intricate as marriage. With the divorce rate on a rise, it is imperative that people fear about them getting separated too. But one must overcome the fear and work towards making everything work beautifully. Here are five myths about marriage that you thought were true but actually are not: Recommended Read: How to Say Sorry without Hurting your Ego Top 10 Unique Marriage Proposal Ideas Top 8 Awkward Sex Moments to Avoid
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Having a baby solves every problem
This is probably the most popular statement and the most senseless way of trying to strengthen a fading relationship. A baby is a new entity altogether. Once you plan to have a baby, your next few years are all about him and his growth. Most definitely if you have a baby, you may be able to divert your mind from marriage issues, but conceiving, delivering and raising a kid has its own set of problems. Unless you have a very strong bond, you may completely ruin another life as well.