There is not a thin line between love and hate, there is in fact a Great Wall of China with armed sentries posted every 20 feet between love and hate.
And the couple lived happily ever after? If that were true, Dr. Gibbs’ mouth wouldn’t be contorted into that ugly shape. No one can have a perfect life. The difficulties of a married couple can never be eradicated completely; although they can be minimized.
Hate is a big word. If Romeo and Juliet started fighting over little things, it wouldn’t mean they loathe each other. Fighting and arguing can mean that you care for them and it can even strengthen the bond. Yes you can be each other’s throat and you can even get harsh but it doesn’t mean you feel hostile towards each other.
And i believe it’s better to have difference of opinion. If a couple thinks the same way, they will lead a simple life. The excitement comes and the adventure begins when you are not alike at all and still you hold each other’s hand firmly and go together peacefully, enjoying The ups and downs and vicissitudes of life. As they say “Marriage is The bond between a person who never remembers anniversaries and another who never forgets them.”
Life without arguments and discussions is out of favor. Cause arguments and fights don’t really ruin your life and makes you unhappy, maybe annoyed at the moment but won’t make you feel like you are absolutely miserable.
People change each other, with time they fit with each other perfectly. They balance their lives. There will be bumps in the road but that doesn’t mean no happy ending. Lean on each other’s strength; forgive each other’s weaknesses.