It seems as the older I get it seems that marriage seems less about love and more about a business partnership. Now I do believe that you have to be attracted to the person and love them. But when I think of the perks of a husband, I think of splitting bills (holy crap I may have disposable income due to the double income) a person to reach the stuff I can't on shelves, someone to have kids with, a companion, not having to date anymore, a regular sex partner, someone to help with housework, someone to help run errands, and someone to help with establishing a stable lifestyle. As you can see the majority are not related to love and all that jazz at all. I am beginnign to feel cynical about the whole thing.
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The text of your questions and the comments to others is interesting in different ways. First, what do you consider love? In one comment you speak of "But I would be ok with a guy that I am attracted to, am compatible with, and we care for each other." Loving a guy could make him fit all that for you. And when you love someone you want to do all the things in your question.
In one comment you say that you are becoming "more single." How do you mean?
You mention not liking dating. Dating is spending time with someone and learning more about them. Marriage and sharing a life is kind of like the ultimate date. So much time together, finding common interests, sharing problems and lifting each other up, etc. Maybe you have had a run of bad guys, or maybe you present yourself poorly. But you need to get along well in dating someone if you ared going to find someone to share a life with.
I understand you wanting the things that you want, and even somewhat "without love". But I think that at a deeper level love is actually there.
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