Marriage, the way I see it, means you make a commitment to go through life together. With someone you truly love through thick and thin, and have a deep bond with. Someone you grow with and makes you want to be a better person, for yourself and your partner.
There's something that doesn't add up in my mind, something I can't seem to grasp. How come people even get close to (wanting) a divorce, or cheating?
There's so many wonderful things I could imagine my future partner to be. I always tell myself I wouldn't just marry anyone, if I truly want to go down on one knee there must be a really good reason as to why. And that's why I can't even comprehend betraying that.
10, 20, 30 years in, what's it like? I know it doesn't feel like puppy love, but is there still a strong feeling of "I love this person"? Any insights would be appreciated :)
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I honestly don't know because this society is so obsessed with getting screwed that the sanctity of marriage is deteriorating.Now you have a bunch of girls who feed into the idea that people should just seek to get f*cked and I think it's really destroying the concept of marriage and true relationships. The people of this era are overall just sl*tty, looking out for their own genital, and too f*cked up.3