I have a very negative view on marriage, I always try my best to fix my perception but it always gets questioned when seeing couples ( I also fear relationships)
The picture basically describes my thoughts 😐
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Most Helpful Guy
its a commitment, its hard, I've never done it, I've seen many try it and fail, i've seen others do it and it works great and is the right thing for the children (when it is good and they are a good team).
It is a good thing, you probably have seen so much pain and failure that you don't like it. Try to find some good references. Even the Bible said... if you marry, you will suffer. so pain is part of it because you are letting go of your own needs to satisfy others. We are all selfish, and marriageis the joining of two people (that mulitply), so it creates pain to defer our own needs at times. the decay of society...
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Most Helpful Girl
My husband and I have been together for almost 17 years, and married for about fifteen and a half.
Both of us WERE totally like "fuck marriage". Both of us grew up giving the side-eye to long-term commitments in general. Both of us were restless, rebellious, sexually confident, promiscuous, and dynamic. Both of us were absolutely thriving on our own.
And then... we met.
We had about 15 hours together, and ohhhh did we make the most of it... and then we were long-distance for over a year.
By just a few months into that year, I already had a ring on my finger, and we belonged to each other... for life.
Our marriage is fucking awesome.
It's so amazing, and so fulfilling, that it brings tears to my eyes even to write this sentence.
And it just gets betterandbetterandbetterandhotterandhotterandhotter.
Our partnership makes EVERYTHING in life easier.
NOTHING is harder, more fraught, or more annoying.
Compared to being single, we have less work around the house, our money goes farther, our stress dies out faster, we're happier, and we're more fulfilled.
Each of us has intuitively and emotionally become part of the other. If either of us is carrying a heavier emotional load, the other one knows it right away, and is there to take some of that burden off.
We support each other in EVERYTHING we do. We don't bullshit each other. We keep each other on the straight-and-narrow. We point out each other's flaws. We challenge the shit out of each other. We inspire each other. If we argue, we come out understanding each other -- and ourselves -- better.
Everything we do, we do with PASSION.
The color white makes me wet. The word "wife" almost makes me cum. I wear slutty wedding dresses to bed. He slams his love and commitment into my ever-willing body, heart, and soul, over and over and over again. We lock eyes and say our wedding vows all over again while he's finishing inside me.
We've got 3 awesome kids who, so far, are growing up to show signs of solid character and respect. They're gna be trouble, if they're anything like their parents... but we're ready for that, and we want that. Don't want pushovers as our kids. And we're gna adopt a couple more, too. We got lots of love, in this family.
Marriage is awesome.
And amazingly hot.
It's better than anything I could have imagined... and it just keeps getting better, too.
Don't know who I was in a previous life to deserve this, but, she must have been one champion boss bitch.
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