Why is it that you think that most people now days can't stay with one partner/companion for life and be content anymore?

Got divorced a while ago because she wasn't content with being married and settled down while she was still young.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • for many reasons... hard to list all possibilities

    the biggest one is marrying too young. People change over time, grow up, get more mature and eventually realize that what they thought they wanted when they where 20 is not what they want now at 30 or 40.

    Another one for sure is that women do not depend on a man financially anymore. they don't have to stay married if they don't want to.

    sometimes the love just dies. It happens. sometimes it's abuse...

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Most Helpful Guy

  • People sleep with each other before falling in love (because Heaven forbid they fall in love with someone who isn't ALREADY good in bed). They bond physically, but not emotionally. Once the lust wears off, they don't have that deeper connection of love to make them want to stay with each other.

    Basically, a lot of people care more about lust than love in today's society.

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What Girls Said 3

  • I think many people rush into relationships without taking the time to properly nurture them.

    Some people do it because that's what's expected, yet these individuals aren't meant for monogamous relationships.

    Mostly, I think they're not in love with the person to begin with or simply fall out of love.

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  • Because we have more options these days, its easier to get contact with people on social media.

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  • It's not about being content.. it's more time than not when you marry young as you grow older you views and opinions become different, you grow apart.

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What Guys Said 1

  • Well biologically the human naturally adopt a more polygamous mating strategy in environments where resources are abundant. Couple that with the fact that we are trained to buy into romanticized and unrealistic notions of what love and relationships really are. people taking religion less seriously could play a factor too

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