I have been just wondering about marriage and in particularly in the USA (Where I live), the divorce rates, which is about 51%. This means that about half of couples that get married, end in a divorce. That is somewhat scary.
Is marriage truly beneficial or is it not worth the effort? I would like to know what guys and girls think about this question.
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Marriage. Tough decision. I was shaking so hard before my wedding. I wanted to run out of the church. As soon as the deed was done, I was so calm and happy.
I've been married for three years now. And I can say that I prefer marriage over dating. It feels stable and secure, like I can finally relax.
I think it was worth the effort, but when we do fight, I can't help thinking, "God, if we break up, this is going to be an expensive, legal fiasco," as opposed to good old-fashioned breaking up with a girlfriend.
It's a tough call. It certainly isn't for everyone and it's definitely not to be entered into lightly.
The "forever" part is a benefit/comfort most days, but some days (just being honest here) it feels like a curse.1