Most of you think rich couples enjoy their married life because of their incredible wealth, don’t you?
Rich couples are invariably in the limelight, whereas you stand in a corner and gape at their richness. You look at amazement at their flashy cars, glittering diamonds and their general attitude of arrogance.
You yearningly feel you must have incredible luck to be rich and affluent.
Are the rich couples you so envy truly happy?
You are wrong.
Rich couples might own the best materialistic things in the world, but it gives them only a superficial sheen of well-being.
Happiness in marriage does not depend on riches. It depends upon the compatibility and love you share with your spouse.
Do you know how empty the lives of some rich couples are?
- They lead a fake and plastic life which is all sheen and shine. No warmth of love.
- Their time is mostly spent on maintaining an elevated standard of living.
- They do not have true friends.
- They move in high socialite circle – Very stilted and artificial like in the movie Titanic.
- They maintain artificially perfect decorum.
These rich couples spend most of their time pruning themselves. They spending thousands on their dresses, makeup, cars and latest electronic gadgets.
You name them. They have got it.
You are strung up by their outer facade of glamour, aren’t you?
Do you envy the rich couples? Plastic marriage
Their wealth in no way excites them. They soon outgrow the power money gives them. Their inner mind screams at the phoniness of their life. But they cannot afford to show it.
Children of rich couples yearn for parental love as their parents are busy with their high level appointments. They do not have time for their children. The rich in money and poor in love children are at the mercy of the servant maids. Or they fend for themselves.
They grow up snobbish without parental guidance. They take to drugs and alcohol to withstand their loneliness.
Their rich father moves in high social circles where drinks and women are freely available to him.
Their preening mother is busy with her kitty parties, visits to beauty parlor and hectic partying. She has little time for her children.
Husband and wife have separate rooms.
When at home they are two separate islands living a lonely life of secluded thoughts.
Everything about them is artificial – no loving communication and emotional support.
But when they step out of their majestic home they are picture perfect.
- Their faces light up with a gleaming plastic smile.
- Their dresses are envied by many.
- Their diamonds make you sigh with yearning.
- The instant attention they get gives you an inferiority complex.
When the party is over these rich couples live their own miserable and lonely life.
Do not envy their outward show of compatibility, which at best lasts for few publicly viewable hours.
Do you know marriages mean much more than showy display of wealth?
It is all about sharing and loving. You might undergo immense stress in your work. But when you have the support of your spouse it melts away.
Of course you should be financially well off. But do not have the false notion that only materialistic affluence can make your married life happy.
If this conception was true, then only the rich couples can be happy.
Do you know that most divorces are filed by these rich couples?
Do not lose your true happiness by chasing after money. Good standard of life is very essential. It is true that both husband and wife need to go for work to maintain a worthy lifestyle.
But you should not gallop after money without time to love your spouse.
What is the use of money when there is no love between you?
Sharing your apprehensions with your spouse makes you come emotionally closer. Sharing laughing moments with him\her makes you happy.
Spontaneous sharing of the good and bad with equal love and care builds up your marriage. Money is very important to make your married life financially secure. But it is love that makes your relationship worthwhile.