yes- been a dream of mine for a hot minute. To have someone to come home to- don't get me wrong, being single is great... but having that lady there with you, the whole shebang-a-bang, is something I want.
I think everyone wants to get married. Maybe a little too much, which is part of the reason the divorce rate is so high. People jump into getting married too quickly and find after a year that this really isn't the person they wanted to spend the rest of their life with.
Yes, I believe in getting married because I still believe in love; a form of connection that exceeds the boundaries of physical, mental, and spiritual understanding. I just think a lot of people get married without truly understanding themselves and their partners, and that's why we get this vibe that marriage sucks.
I hope I realize who is the one for me when the time is right, and that's all I could ask for in life.
Yes, I can't wait to get married! Of course it'll be a while seeing as I'm not in a relationship right now, but it's something I want to work toward and is definitely the direction I'd be going in any relationship I do start.
i think most young people hope to get married at some point , they see it as something they will eventually do although its meaning has changed over the years . they sort of see it as a coming of age thing and also girls love to have weddings or just go to weddings
You forgot a choice how bout people who are happily married? I guess you can only have 5..Anyway I definitely want to get married when the time is right...I don't want to become the person who marries 3 times.
It would be nice but you don't have to get married to spent your rest of your life with that special someone. If you plan on having a family a marriage just makes it official. Most people who get married usually have a family you know kids, house, dog, etc.
I have actualy found quite the oppisite around here. A lot of people seem to rush into marage. I would like to eventualy but it would have to be with the right women and not just for the sake of getting married.
Yes, I would like to. It would be one of the biggest achievements in my life. But I also would like to do other things, like join the military and live on a rural 40 acres. It may or may not happen, depending on what interest I choose to pursue, but either way, I'll think I'll be alright. And if I don't, I'm $100 richer. ;)
I'm not too keen on marriage. Sure, I'd do it if I was deeply, madly in love with a guy I'd been with for a long time AND he really wanted it. But I don't think it's a necessity to achieve happiness or a quality relationship. Plus, I never want children so that defeats one of the primary reasons people do it in the first place.
I have been married before, and have a desire to marry again. I do believe that marriage is ordained by God, and that Love plays a big part in it.
I do think that we get marriage mixed up w/living together. People tend to live together before getting married just find out if they really want to be with that person or not for the rest of their lives. I truly believe the signs are evident to both man and woman whether you want to be with them or not.
I want to get married actually one of my biggest fears is not getting married! It is just something I want to do in the future. Also in my family my parents aren't divorced and neither sets of grandparents are and my Aunts and Uncles are all happily married so I guess I have a lot of positive models of marriage and that is why I want to get married someday.
I would like to get married, but honestly that would only be if I was wanting to have kids. A piece of paper shouldn't change the status of if a couple loves each other or not. Just because someone isn't married doesn't mean they don't love each other and they don't want to spend their life with them. It's important to get married for me only because I wouldn't want my kids wondering why I wasn't married to their father and also because I think if you do have kids with someone, you should be with them and no one else. Saying that, marriage would also bring a farther more commitment to some people than other so there would be no cheating, no flirting, or no lying. It means to me just like if you're in a long term relationship that you love them and you want to spend your life with them. Marriage just means reproducing more to my sense of the term.
My answer is no. Mostly because of the fact that I'm a free-spirit and I just could not handle that big of a commitment. I know how I am and my mind wanders from one place to another, I'm not saying that I would cheat because I really don't believe in that sh*t but I really don't want to hurt my significant other if the question does pop up.
For one, most people tend to want kids if they marry, and I don't like children. I'm young and most people look at younger people saying "I don't want kids" as rather funny, and say they'll change their mind, but I honestly don't want them. My aunt has gotten this far unmarried and without kids, so can I. I also plan on working until death rather than retiring, I plan on traveling, and marriage seems like something that would tie you down. Besides, if I'm in a relationship and things aren't going well or one of us wants to move on, I don't want to have to go through marriage counseling and then divorce. If the love's gone, the relationship can end without too much fuss being made.
I voted no, never.
Marriage is pointless, they would still go out and cheat and sh*t.