By Zoe Samuel on February 26, 2018
No two couples are the same. When a couple gets together, they bring their unique strengths and weaknesses. They come together because of common interests and causes, but they develop as people because they either encourage the best in each other, or enable the worst in each other. When a couple gets married, all their traits mix, making them no longer just two people in a relationship, but a married pair who change with time.
When both members of a married couple work in the same field, they can network for each other, doubling the size of their professional network. When only one works, the other can spend their time both seeing to their day to day needs and schmoozing contacts even harder. Some couples work in very different fields, bringing together very diverse circles of friends, giving the couple's social life a kind of mystique that others envy.
So what sort of wife are you? Do you bring out the best in your partner or are you together mainly because you share bad habits? Do you enrich each others' spiritual lives or do you practice very different approaches to religion? Are you good at raising your partner's spirits or do you lean on them heavily? What kind of a wife are you? If you want to know, take this quiz!