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Why Did I Decide To Get Married?

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  1. Oct 10,  · In the book The Case for Marriage, Linda Waite and Maggie Gallagher lay out all the research on marriage, and show that it has tremendous benefits. For men, getting married has the equivalent health bonus of quitting smoking. It adds years to your life. Getting married also drastically reduces mental health problems.
  2. Getting married really does create an awesome support network, but that’s only if you get along with your in laws. I can’t name many couples who actually do lol. I’m lucky because my husband’s parents are pretty nice people and we get along just fine, so I know I can lean on them if I ever need something.
  3. Apr 29,  · im married cause my husband and i cant see life with anyone else. just cause she is pregnant isnt a reason to get married. my friend did that and ended up getting a divorce that cost a lot of money. she didnt really love him and feel that she was gonna be with him for the rest of her life but she said i do and made one of the biggest mistakes of her life. gl.
  4. (Spoiler: If you decide to get married, you'll do this for the rest of your life.) 4. You've Got More Than Your Significant Other on Your Side.
  5. Mar 29,  · People get married because society thinks they should. Once you reach a ‘marriageable age’, everyone keeps fixating on the “when are you tying the knot” question. Society really creates a hell lot of pressure on parents, burdened by which they start persuading their children to get married.
  6. Although loving someone and having the seemingly perfect relationship both probably sound like enough for you to rush to the altar, getting married requires more than just love. For many, there are some signs that let you truly know it’s time to say "I do" and cross the threshold into an eternity together.
  7. Jul 03,  · "I married her because I saw no alternative" is still what most guys would say when asked why they pop the question," said a year-old former student of mine, "If they were being honest.
  8. Sep 01,  · Different people do things like toil or stay together or feel promiscuous—or other things—for totally different reasons, so broad statements like those don’t help with anything. A litmus test that always yields the answer “We should get married” is a bad litmus test.

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