10 rules of a happy marriage, followed by people in different countries

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From childhood we dream about what our family life will go on the principle of "happily ever after" like in a fairy tale. But to maintain harmony in marriage a dream is not enough. Every successful family know that the relationship is mutual work which you want to devote your time day by day.

Site opened the world map and studied the recipes of family happiness among residents of different countries. And that's what it became.

France: Enjoy the beauty

That the French are big fans of aesthetics, no doubt. Between "must" and "want" they usually choose the latter and enjoy their choice. This can be a way out to a restaurant instead of dinner at home or a visit to the exhibition instead of the planned cleaning. The ability to brighten the weekdays and enjoy life — that is to be learned in France.

Finland: Keep calm and don't rush

"We'll wait until the rush is over", say the Finns. This feature of the Nordic mentality is manifested in everything, including family relationships. Their problems the Finns decide with a sober mind: no smashing plates, tantrums and scandals. The ability to control their emotions is an important component of a successful marriage in Finland.

India: do Not let the thought of divorce

In India still revered traditional family values. There are no impulsive marriages for a couple of years. There are cases when parents are looking for husbands and wives for their children. In this family look harmonious and happy life as husband and wife with respect to each other. Divorce in India is not seen — throughout the life of a couple learning to love and accept each other and not to seek happiness on the side.

Germany: eat together

The Germans are very hard working and devote much time to the work. Sometimes to the detriment of loved ones. However, in Germany there is one family tradition that is passed from generation to generation — combined meals. Especially for big holidays and weekends. The Germans believe that the family in the evening for conversation and a favorite food strengthens relationships. This opinion was shared by the Italians and the Spaniards.

Israel: Like children and keep the tradition

In Israel are very fond of children, and their absence causes public bewilderment and even condemnation. There is nothing surprising in the fact that father in Israel, he changes the diapers of her child, is present at birth and spends with the kids all the free time. To educate the people of this country take very seriously and discuss all the nuances before the wedding. Parents are considered to be unquestionable authority, because they convey to the younger generation the age-old tradition. Reverence for ancestors and creating your own big family — are what makes a family strong, according to the Israelis.

South Korea: Respect the older generation

In families in South Korea do not know what a clear hierarchy in the relationship. Younger children perform requests from senior, senior — revere mother and father, the woman respects her husband and parents. Uncomplaining service to each other leaves no ground for conflict in the Korean families. Moreover, discipline in the issue of relationships also extends to other spheres of life. So, the willingness to unconditionally fulfill the requirements of senior makes Koreans particularly effective in the work.

USA: don't neglect the psychologists

In America appreciate qualified psychological help. Often the family has his own personal psychologist, who helps a married couple for decades. This feature of Americans due to the mentality. In the US it is not accepted to complain to friends and colleagues — so the family can look weak and not successful. All your fears and concerns, the couple leave for the reception of a specialist without risking to worsen relations in the family and in the eyes of other people.

UAE: All the best give each other

None of the random passers-by can not see what is hidden behind a long veil of women in the United Arab Emirates. Their best outfits and jewelry the wife shows only her husband — it's her sacred duty. East a woman is not allowed to work and study is just a stereotype. If she wants to — please. It is also optional to do housework and to serve as a maid or cook. Man in UAE ready to support and protect his wife in exchange for her loyalty and beauty, that she cares for him.

Mexico: have Fun and keep it simple

The hallmark of Mexican families can be called relaxation, cheerfulness and ability to accept circumstances. The Mexicans will never do today what can wait until tomorrow, don't wait it from others. You can often watch them for the whole family emotionally watching soap operas, football or a loud and long to celebrate the holidays. In these moments, they absolutely don't care about the problems and finding their solutions. They are happy here and now.

Denmark: take Care of the comfort

In Denmark there is a popular word "hygge", the analogue of which is found not in any language. The essence of life in the style of hygge is surrounding yourself with comfort, from a warm sweater and scarf, to the abundance of candles and soft rugs in the interior. According to the Danes, hygge philosophy makes the family stronger and happier, because it returns people to the main human values.

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