Using the terms "husband" and "wife" often causes people to think of each other in a more permanent, you're-a-part-of-me/I'm-a-part-of-you way—you're technically a family now.
Also, one interesting thing that happens when people get married is what theorists call "transformation of motivation": You start to work together to achieve the best outcomes for you both, as opposed to acting on your own to get the things that you each want.
Having an affair with a married man or falling in love with him has got to be every girl’s nightmare.
Maybe it’s the fact that he’s unavailable that makes him so appealing, but whatever the reason may be, they are.
Essentially, you take on one another's dreams and form a new set of mutual goals.
once you're hitched, you can sit back and feel content that you've reached that hope of a lifelong, satisfying, loving relationship.
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