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Though one woman’s recent Instagram post is challenging that notion.Known as "Jazzy" on Instagram, the aspiring plus-size model, wife and mother posted a heartfelt photo of she and her hubby walking along the beach.] fast my body claps (lmao)! Every roll, every curve and every stretch mark is put on me just perfect to make both of us happy!!! ” Over the years this man has loved every curve, every roll, and every stretch mark on my body. • How could he love something that isn't "perfect"?Because value differences are likely to be at the heart many relationship problems, it’s much better to know them in advance of committing.As a result of this kind of “values check,” people like April, 74, and her husband went into marriage knowing they were aligned on important issues: We both had strong commitments in feeling that we owed something back…to the community, not only of resources but of time.It’s based this time on compatibility and understanding one another’s values. In other words, there’s no meanness, there’s no power struggles, no ‘my way is the right way,’ those kinds of things.” Of course, to ensure shared values, there is a catch: Namely, you need to explore one another’s values while you are in the process of committing to a relationship.
’ I understood this in my second marriage, and it’s been wonderful for 24 years.I’ve asked over 500 people married 40, 50 and more years what is most important for a long and happy marriage.To my surprise, their advice was nearly unanimous: Opposites may attract, but they don’t usually make for great and lasting marriages.We both loved to travel, and we had a sense of adventure. We had very similar values in terms of our kids and what we wanted for them.We liked the same people and I think that’s important. The wisdom of the elders is very consistent with research findings over the past several decades.