A happy marriage is something everyone wants, says Christine O’Neil, a psychologist and social worker who works at the Centre for Child and Family Studies at the University of Sydney.
“Happy marriages have an emphasis on family, community, and being together,” she said.
The key is to be a healthy and happy family, and that’s something that’s shared across the marriage and family structure.”
I think that’s because they’re about being a healthy family, that’s what’s important.”
The key is to be a healthy and happy family, and that’s something that’s shared across the marriage and family structure.
Read more”But it’s important to remember that it’s about being happy and not being anxious about being together, because that can lead to anxiety.”
People who are anxious about what they want to do, or who are afraid of having an emotional relationship, are also more likely to be unhappy.
“That’s not to say a happy relationship doesn’t have a couple of problems.”
It does, but it’s really about having the ability to be with each other, to love each other,” Ms O’Neill said.
It’s not all good news, though.
While there are some common sense things couples can do to improve their happiness, there are also things they can do that can be harder, like learning how to listen more to one another.