Next Marriage

Why Your Next Marriage Will Be Better

Whether you have endured the storm of a first marriage and are considering divorce there’s a glimmer of hope and the promise of a brighter future. Your second marriage may be better than your first.

Any marriage after your first is referred to as remarriage. Remarriages are often happier experiences especially if a person feels they made a mistake in their first one. For some, this means better expectations having already lived through marital strife. For others, getting remarried marks a fresh start.

In this article we’ll delve into why your next marriage will be better and not just another chapter in your life. If you’ve been divorced don’t despair – a remarriage can be someone who can understand you, compliment you and appreciate you, flaws and all.

What to Look Forward to

The journey toward your next marriage opens up a myriad of exciting opportunities and experiences. In fact, the valuable lessons learned from your first marriage become stepping stones toward a more enlightened and fulfilling union. With your second marriage, you have:

  1. Grown wiser
  2. Become more practical – accepting reality for what it is
  3. Accept each other’s “flaws” and quirks
  4. Learned to be more honest
  5. Gained more experienced in life

When you marry for the first time everything is new and exciting… until it’s not. In a remarriage your idea of romance has evolved, becoming more genuine and grounded. Because of this, finding the perfect person becomes especially significant, and it’s easier to embrace the practical aspects of partnership with gratitude and honesty.

You are experienced in married life so you know how to handle tough situations. This experience pays off well. You now know what to expect and have a deeper understanding of how working together can strengthen your relationship. Overall, you are likely able to work out your differences better through talking and compromise than you were able to previously.

You Aren’t Alone

Navigating the complexities of relationships and marriage is a shared journey, and you are not alone in your quest for lasting happiness. Despite the often-cited divorce rate, it’s important to remember that each relationship is unique. However, sometimes divorce stats, such as the most common age to get divorced, and how long a marriage lasts, can offer valuable insights into divorce dynamics.

Whether you are remarried, are considering divorce, or have already consulted with a divorce attorney, remember your next marriage can be with someone who truly understands and loves you. If you want to have a successful marriage, just be yourself.

Posted in Divorce Transitioning.