I for one believe marriage is a life long commitment, and it should be taken seriously. Maybe I'm old school, or have an old soul but I truly believe this.
However im not completely against divorce, but I feel it should be a last resort after all other options have failed.
What's your take?
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You are right, marriage should be a life long comment and taken very seriously. I think the main problem is people get married too soon and take the wrong approach to it. You need to know the person you are marrying 100% inside and out BEFORE you marry them. There is no way you totally figure someone out by only dating them for a few months or a year. Basically you need to date for a good solid 2 years, then live together for at least a year, then if you want, get engaged. You should be engaged for a least a year before the big day. So in general you have been together for at least 4 years. This way now you thoroughly know this person and know it they are right for you. And this includes sex! I think people waiting for marriage before they have sex are asking for trouble because if do not have sex then you cannot know that person 100%!