What makes a relationship “substantial”?

Question by Trouble: What makes a relationship “substantial”?
Marriage, in particular. My boss opened up one day and told me about his marriage, saying that it doesn’t have any “substance” to it.

I know the English language can be very elusive and vague, but how would you understand that phrase if someone told it to you…”You know, some couples really look like they’re in love after many years together. Other, not so much. My marriage isn’t the same as it was in the beginning. It doesn’t have much…substance …to it.”

So, what do you think makes a relationship substantial and what do you think the boss meant?

Best answer:

Answer by Ria B
ummm why would your male boss tell you something like that?? sounds dangerous. You guys are both married “substantial” or not. Keep your relationship with your boss stirctly business for both yall’s sakes

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3 thoughts on “What makes a relationship “substantial”?”

  1. He probably meant that his marriage is very routine…they do the same things day in and day out and there’s no excitement anymore.

    I think a couple has some control over how “substantial” their marriage is. Just being passive and allowing things to get boring or monotonous is unacceptable if you want to stay together for the rest of your lives. I also feel that having “substance” in your own life will improve your relationships with others. If you are totally dependent on your marriage to entertain you, it will be disappointing.

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