I have many characters. Two of them are married to each other and play a large role in the main character's upbringing as uncle and aunt. I want you to help me find out what kind of relationship the uncle and the aunt have with each other because I haven't really thought too much about it. I want to find out what kind of marriage/relationship they have because they are two of the important characters who are important as characters, not just as uncle and aunt to the main character. What kind of relationship do you think they have with each other based on the character descriptions I gave you? You can give many options if you like. Right now I choose to call them Jack and Sarah because I don't want to reveal their weird real names. Jack: 44 years old. Grew up with upper middle class/rich-but-not-extremely-rich parents. He is the oldest of three brothers, and he was the "favourite child" that the parents doted on. He did extremely well in school, something that his parents rewarded him for with giving him expensive gifts and less chores/more free time. He had a good relationship with his two year younger brother, and they were really close friends who respected each other. But Jack never had the same relationship with his youngest brother, who did extremely bad in school and was always punished by the parents. Jack often pretended that he was the youngest brother's father: bossing him around, sanctioning him, looking down on him, but deep down both pitying him and worrying about him. When Jack was little, he used to smooch with his parents, making them believe that he was right and his younger brother was wrong. He was the head boy at school and he liked to boss the other students around and play teacher. Today, Jack lives in an apartment with his wife Sarah. They don't have any children. Jack loves reading, classical music, politics, philosophy and astronomy. He loves intellectual debates and he hates admitting that he is wrong. He is a believer in firm discipline and he never wants to waste time fooling around. People who don't know him can get the first impression of him being not-so-kind, grumpy and arrogant. He is not very talkative around people he does not know very well, and it takes a lot to make him burst out in laughter. He is very carreer oriented and his job means everything to him. Since he lives in a magical universe, he has got magical abilities, which he masters very well; better than many people within his position/job (which does not require much use of spells). Sarah: 44 years old. Grew up with middle-class parents (leaning more towards lower middle class). She has a sister who is 2-3 years younger than her whom she always disagreed with during childhood and teenage years. Sarah is a "chosen one"; a holder of an important object which contains extremely important, unimaginably strong magic. Although she is the holder of the object, she is forbidden/unable to use it for herself, due to the object's strong magic that makes it almost impossible for people to use it for selfish reasons. Sarah's parents seemed to favour her rather than her sister, something that caused her sister to dislike her (and even hate her). Sarah, like her husband, did extremely well in school when she was younger and she loved reading. She was a shy, reserved child and teenager, and I think she got her first real friend when she was around 15. Sarah was always stubborn, bossy towards her sister, well spoken and mature for her age (at least people liked to think so). Due to her position as a guardian/chosen one, she is exceptionally skilled in combat magic, but that is something that very few people know and get to see today. Her husband, her sister and her stepfather are the only ones who know about her extremely powerful magical possession. Today, Sarah is living with her husband Jack and they don't have any children. Sarah is devoting most of her time to her job, her husband and his family and her very few friends. She is a very conventional person, mostly doing what is expected of her. She still loves reading books and she spends a lot of time doing so. Sarah appears as sharp-witted, disciplined, arrogant and hard-to-get-close-to. People might get the first impression of her as an iron lady because she is rarely expressing any feelings of love and joy. She is, like her husband, a believer in firm discipline. What kind of relationship do you think Jack and Sarah would/could have as a married couple? And..... sorry for my imperfect English. I'm not a native English speaker and I don't usually write in English.