I think that generally they do. Marriage is a sign of responsibility, and I believe we all become more serious and responsible with the commitment.
I think so, after all their decisions and acts no longer influence just themselves, but also the wife.
This question is sexist, it is perpetuating a negative male stereotype that all single men are are irresponsible. There are probably as many irresponsible single women as single men in this world.
Its a big YES
because women got guts to teach and train
after one year of marriage i have shapened my hubby in to a responsible on
I think they become more responsible after having a child more so than after getting married.
I think men probably have more responsibilities after they marry and have children, just like women. Depends on the individual if s/he becomes more responsible!
To be honest, I wouldn't have married my husband if he was irresponsible so I wouldn't say marriage has made him responsible. I think it has made him more proactive, in terms of reaching our shared goals.
As you and thr marriage matures,you will become more responsibile. I think it may have something to do with the age of the man.
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