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Don’t Get Married Yet If Your Partner Does These
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This article can be of help to anyone but don't just stick to this. Always follow your heart and intuition and do what makes you happy.
Do you agree that you should not get married yet if your partner does these things?
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"Don’t Get Married Yet If Your Partner Does These 9 Things" - WOW. Mental illness NEVER"GOES AWAY." It's not like a cold or the flu. It's not a passing fancy. Disgusted by this article; basically, if you aren't perfect, don't get married. BASICALLY, if you have a mental illness you better wait or never get married because one, who would want you, and two, seems like you're a bad investment. F**k this article. It only furthers stigma.
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"Don’t Get Married Yet If Your Partner Does These 9 Things" - WOW. Mental illness NEVER"GOES AWAY." It's not like a cold or the flu. It's not a passing fancy. Disgusted by this article; basically, if you aren't perfect, don't get married. BASICALLY, if you have a mental illness you better wait or never get married because one, who would want you, and two, seems like you're a bad investment. F**k this article. It only furthers stigma.
It's pretty clear they're talking about a serious crisis.
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It's pretty clear they're talking about a serious crisis.
I get it, I don't appreciate the way it was framed.
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I get it, I don't appreciate the way it was framed.
So, you're mad about the way you're deliberately misconstruing the message?
"Don’t Get Married Yet If Your Partner Does These 9 Things" - WOW. Mental illness NEVER"GOES AWAY." It's not like a cold or the flu. It's not a passing fancy. Disgusted by this article; basically, if you aren't perfect, don't get married. BASICALLY, if you have a mental illness you better wait or never get married because one, who would want you, and two, seems like you're a bad investment. F**k this article. It only furthers stigma.
The blurb about mental illness was talking about prioritizing a person with mental health treatment over planning a wedding when one of the couple is having acute symptoms.

It sounded more like helping a person access resources through their crises and dis-regulation rather than pushing through.
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The blurb about mental illness was talking about prioritizing a person with mental health treatment over planning a wedding when one of the couple is having acute symptoms.

It sounded more like helping a person access resources through their crises and dis-regulation rather than pushing through.
re you serious? No, I'm not mad, just mentally ill. Apparently, most call that mad. Crazy. Not marriage material. Frankly, the entire article is bullshit. If you are running headlong into a marriage and you aren't firmly sure it's for you or your partner - don't read this article, go to a couples therapist or get the f**k out. Get a life.
re you serious? No, I'm not mad, just mentally ill. Apparently, most call that mad. Crazy. Not marriage material. Frankly, the entire article is bullshit. If you are running headlong into a marriage and you aren't firmly sure it's for you or your partner - don't read this article, go to a couples therapist or get the f**k out. Get a life.
Which specific assertion(s) do you disagree with? It seems to me, people put the best versions of themselves forward prior to marriage. Once married, the front fades away into who they really are. If that premise is correct, the only 1 of the 9 I would take issue with is walking away because they have a major life event occurring. I think that's when you need to be there for them the most. The other 8 I agree with and will only get worse post-nuptials.
Which specific assertion(s) do you disagree with? It seems to me, people put the best versions of themselves forward prior to marriage. Once married, the front fades away into who they really are. If that premise is correct, the only 1 of the 9 I would take issue with is walking away because they have a major life event occurring. I think that's when you need to be there for them the most. The other 8 I agree with and will only get worse post-nuptials.
I don't agree with any of it.
The stigmatization and stereotypes in this article are shocking. Ignorant passing statements on mental health and addiction. It seems quality control had the day off on Boxing Day.
#6 someone who has just moved, changed jobs or had a parent be ill or die.... so basically you should be looking to marry a doll.
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