Strands and Building Blocks

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Here is an idea: that there are two distinct but related aspects to the decision to get married. One is what I will call “strands”: these are the things that pull people together to eventually persuade them/convince them to get married to one another, or the reasons why a couple decide to get married. The other is “Building Blocks”: these are the things which a marriage needs to survive, to thrive, to be healthy.

In the “strands” that pull people together, these “building blocks” are not necessarily present. Before marriage, these building blocks might not advertise their absence. A couple might not notice that these factors are missing at all before marriage. The couple might not notice that these building blocks are absent precisely because they might not understand that these building blocks are essential factors for marriage and they might not understand why these building blocks are essential factors for marriage. The strands can pull with so much force that a couple might feel tightly and inextricably bound together before marriage.
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