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julia.grey
Date someone because you already see a future, not because you want to see if you would work out
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Why Bother With Marriage?
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Marriage is not for everyone. I truly believe that there are people who enter marriage thinking to keep it long term but it takes more than love and trust to keep it going. The commitment and the desire to make it work should always be present no matter what.
Are you bothered with marriage?
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Marriage is only good for wedding planners and divorce lawyers.
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I think I'll be single my whole life. I cant deal with people, the only person I'm comfortable with is myself.
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All the married people I know complain about being married.
There are legal benefits to being married. It isn't required to go along with a big ceremony, reception and party. When you know you want to share the rest of your life with someone and both are comitted to keep working on the relation even when circumstances are though, sure, why not get married and get the legal benefits?
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There are legal benefits to being married. It isn't required to go along with a big ceremony, reception and party. When you know you want to share the rest of your life with someone and both are comitted to keep working on the relation even when circumstances are though, sure, why not get married and get the legal benefits?
What are the legal benefits of marriage?
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I have come to accept that marriage is like food: It has a shelf life during which it is nourishing and after which it is toxic. Perhaps if Marriage is entered into with the understanding that all marriages end in one of the three Ds: Divorce, Discontent, or Death, then couples would more likely to enjoy a fulfilling marriage. Maybe instead of anniversary celebrations, couples should have marriage renewal ceremonies - an annual opt in if you will- to say why the should continue to be married instead of just going on as friends. After all, if you have gotten to know each other so much that there is nothing left to learn; if all the spark is gone; if the children have become independent from the marriage or perplexed by it, what's the point of going on?
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I have come to accept that marriage is like food: It has a shelf life during which it is nourishing and after which it is toxic. Perhaps if Marriage is entered into with the understanding that all marriages end in one of the three Ds: Divorce, Discontent, or Death, then couples would more likely to enjoy a fulfilling marriage. Maybe instead of anniversary celebrations, couples should have marriage renewal ceremonies - an annual opt in if you will- to say why the should continue to be married instead of just going on as friends. After all, if you have gotten to know each other so much that there is nothing left to learn; if all the spark is gone; if the children have become independent from the marriage or perplexed by it, what's the point of going on?
For me, marriage is like a walk in the park... Jurassic Park. face with tears of joy 
I'd rather be single and miserable than married and miserable.
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