In my Human Growth and Development class, we're studying about people, and relationships and marriage. I'm about 2 years older than the rest of my class cause I waited a year to go to college but anyway my teacher had us go around the room and say five goals we want to have accomplish in the next 5 years and everyone but me and 3 other people said they wanted to be married and starting a family. It was weird to here people younger than me, even the guys, saying they want to be married so soon. For me, I don't its just not in the cards. It would be nice yes and maybe if I were to find "the one" I would change my answer. But when I said I really didn't plan on getting married, it just made the entire discussion awkward. Is it really that bad to not want marriage and children?
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Nope, I don't think its wrong at all. If that's what you prefer and what you are comfortable with, screw everyone else. You shouldn't feel horrible about what people think just cause you're preferences are outside the norm.
I'm not saying I don't want to get married, but in all honesty, I don't think I'll throw a fit if I didn't end up with anyone.0