Is really hard now adays to find someone that actually like to marry. It could be for disappointments, trust issues, or just dont want to be tied down to one person because they like to taste the rainbow lol others simply go with the flow n if things go wrong they move on.
So share with us, would you actually like to be married? What do you think about marriage? What is the main reason u think people dont marry anymore? And last, if you were married you think you would be a great wife/spouse?
Many questions just very curious
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It's a nice dream, but not something I need to be happy. My parents had a bad marriage and a worse divorce, and that's definitely affected the way I think about it. I got to see first-hand how the family court system can really screw men over, and how children can pay a ridiculous price because of it. I would never want a child to see what I saw or go through what I went through.
In terms of my own long-term relationships I've had some very negative experiences with women as far as having my trust abused.
From a cost-benefit perspective, both financial and emotional, my experiences have led me to believe that marriage is not really worth it... for me. There are a great many things that make me happy that don't require me to be married, and I don't believe I need a wife and children to live a meaningful life.
Certainly I can imagine a woman I would want to spend the rest of my life with, but I don't believe she exists, and I'm certainly not going to sacrifice any more of my life trying to find her. Which I do think is somewhat unfortunate, because I think I could make a good husband to that woman. Not perfect, but someone definitely worthy of the same love and respect I'd show her.
As far as why people are not getting married, I think economic conditions have more of a role than many people think. Among the working and middle classes income has not kept up with the cost of living in Western society, and just to maintain the lifestyle we grew up with we have to spend more of our money on ourselves. On top of that, Western culture now encourages that self-centric rather than family-centric viewpoint.0