But does everyone who marry, really love the other person or are some just settling?
When I married I truly loved the person so it’s possible. Really loving someone and feeling loved in return feels great, don’t create a false sense of love just to fit in to society’s norms. I think you owe it to yourself to find true love
And if we don't find true love, is it in your opinion okay to settle so as to have the companionship you want? What do you think of Xoxocutekitty's comment here, I felt it made sense. I guess the logical question after it is what if you settle down and found true passion and romance and a connection with someone.
That user used terms like burden when referring to solitude and that’s where I have to stop. The main thing that makes me immediately not agree with marriage is how afraid most feel to be alone. To be alone is to be left with yourself and if you can’t stand being to yourself how can you expect another to be with you? I’d much rather you be with someone for the rest of your life without the paper contract than for you to settle out of mental stability or from what I see it as promoted mental stability. What is marriage to you? That’s the real question because if it doesn’t fall in line with what you feel for this person I think you have your answer. Also be fair and take into consideration what they believe a marriage to be. Again I was married and it’s not amazing unless you’re attached to someone who’s perfect for you
Great to hear that opinion. I've never thought of love and marriage as anything but absolutely wanting the other person. But I've also seen that many people are dependant on someone and they have it mutual, I feel a love can grow from that.
by wanting I mean, wanting not needing. Kind of like a best friend that you are attracted to and can share everything with.
I agree with that, love can grow and the foundation for it is important I’m just not an advocate for paying the government to solidify your feelings.
Not talking about Hollywood, but true love. Say you marry for companionship, stability and trustworthiness. What happens when you find that this is nothing but a mere friendship? Why get married then? And what would you do if you found your true love after such a marriage, it would be rude to break that former relationship in which you settled for companionship, trustworthiness and stability.
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True. But when do you decide to settle down? And do you need someone for security in this day and age? Tell me more on your thoughts.
When you have FOUND love which is hard. But when you get a certain age being a women, especially, she will be looking for more or less companionship and security because no more sex. For a man, Finding the right woman early in life and if not, you will end up alone. Many guys older try to find sugar babies young ones. If they are your age and find true love hopefully can grow old together and feel secure and have security if they both work hard enough to have it. Or have it saved.
Like all your friends are hitched having kids, and you're left out. The question is mainly for the ladies.
Don’t do it bro.
I never intended to. The question is not about me, just a general question on how people think.
Die with honor girl 😎