Marital life is like a long journey. There are joys and difficulties during this journey. Sometimes there are mountain-like obstacles in this journey and it seems impossible to overcome them. But many married couples make the journey with great success. The way husbands and wives deal with adversity can determine the success of their marriage. Now the question arises in the end what are the characteristics, or what characteristics that make a marital relationship better and stronger? What is the reason that some couples are happier, more satisfied and more successful in their married life, while others are less happy, less satisfied and less successful in their married life even though everything seems to be fine?
Can the rule of one of the married couple be good for the marital relationship? You may not agree with the answer of scientists, but a study has revealed that the bond of marriage becomes even stronger when there is only one government. As a result, it has become clear that the marital relationship is further strengthened by the rule of one of the spouses in the married couple. Scientists say that married couples in which one of the spouses is dominant, their relationship can be more effective than those couples whose marital relationship is based on equality.
In a scientific paper in the journal Neuroendocrinology, researchers say that this is why women prefer obedient or submissive men because better cooperation is responsible for the success of a marital relationship.
The results of the study showed that a quarter of the participating couples were ruling their married life. Dr. Eva Joseph Kova, who led the research, said: “Need or a slight dominance of one of our spouses is seen as a big problem. Our findings challenge this notion. Relationships based on equality are given priority to strengthen marital relations. Our study shows that inequality in this relationship, in which one of the spouses prevails and the other is obedient, is one of the reasons for better harmony between the two and due to this cooperation, the difficulties of life in these couples. The ability to cope is better while the results show that such couples are more fortunate in terms of the blessing of children.
Researchers from Perkin University and Charles University in Prague say that in light of the findings, we can say that in modern societies the pressure towards equality in marital relations and in traditional societies towards male dominance in this relationship, both are superfluous and represent a kind of oppression.
Studies have shown that co-operation between married couples is more important, rather than looking at whether the person overcoming the marital relationship is a man or a woman. Researchers emphasize that the dominance of a single partner does not necessarily mean violence, although this type of relationship is usually characterized by domestic violence, but studies show that any of the married couples one’s light rule cannot lead to violence.
At the end, we conclude that for a happier matrimonial life, the male is very often seemed dominant while the female remains submissive and this kind of relationship becomes more and more strong. But when the female rises her voice against the social taboos of a society or the environment in which she is surviving then the issue of domestic violence is seen. Obedience is the key to open the door of peace of the matrimony life on the part of the women. But tough conditions also falls on the shoulder of the man as well. He has to make the equilibrium in his marital life. If he unbalances his daily chores by taking wrong and illogical decisions then the marital life very soon goes to the dog. Hence, for a happier life both male and female are very important for an exemplary marriage.
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