Why is there an obsession in this society about people having to get/be married although
there are some people whose personality type are ill suited for marriage in addition to there are people who are happier being single?
There is a stigma against people who remain single. People wonder what is wrong with them, when nothing is wrong--they just couldn't find the right person, or like being alone. It's a lot better today than it was in the 50's and 60's.
To each their own. There are some people that are meant to be single. True.
There are the others. That find value in someone that loves them unconditionally. That realize sometimes in life you need to depend on someone more than yourself to enjoy the moments in life. There are those that want to leave this earth leaving a legacy of love. Marriage and children that have grand-children. Someone to go to doctors appointments with and someone who loves you more than you love yourself. There are those that can grow old together and that is a beautiful experience.
by silverstararrow 3 years ago
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by Krystal 3 years ago
Do you think weddings are important? Why or why not?
by swilliams 4 years ago
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by Cassie Smith 7 years ago
For the first time in American history, more than half of all births to American women under 30 are occurring outside of marriage. It's mostly happening to the poor, working class and lower middle classes, the ones that are financially strapped to begin with. So much for contraceptives.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
couples? It seems that in this strongly pronatalist society, there is still the underlying premise, the more, the better. People are continuously exhorted to have children by their parents, friends, religion, relatives, and the outer society. Oftentimes, many people have children much...
by Theresa Kennedy 7 years ago
Is it ok to have a crush on someone, even if you are happily married?I was telling this to my sister the other day, that it's normal to have crushes on people throughout our lives, even if we are happily married. It's ok to have a crush, but it doesn't mean you have to ACT on it. Am I right?
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