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Is getting married important for happy life?

  1. FashionFame profile image60
    FashionFameposted 7 years ago

    Is getting married important for happy life?

  2. Jessica7277 profile image56
    Jessica7277posted 7 years ago

    personally, i dont think it is at all why would you need a group of people fancy dressed a single kiss and basically papers to bind u to another person and a big party to keep you happy? loving the other person and knowing u can b happy and secure together without being legally binded together (which i think causes more issues than good if it doesnt work) is much more fulfilling than getting married. but that is my own thoughts on your topic.
    do what you and your lover think is best but think it through carefully.

    best wishes with all!

    Jessica L.

  3. Diane Inside profile image79
    Diane Insideposted 7 years ago

    I think so. There are statistics that say that married people live longer than unmarried people. I can see that I mean if it is a good marriage, it is companionship for life. Which makes for a happier person.

  4. sofs profile image80
    sofsposted 7 years ago

    It depends on a person's outlook and attitude. After 17 years of marriage.. i can say from experience it can only double your happiness... If you are a sharing, caring person, nothing can make you happier than being married to a person you love. Even more happier times is when you hold the bundle of joy/s in your hands and even greater joy is when you see them flourish..
    Happiness is in the way you look at life .. your status married /unmarried doesnt mean a thing!!

  5. Nick B profile image81
    Nick Bposted 7 years ago

    Penny and I have been together for 23 years and there is little likelihood that a marriage is on the cards.

    Why?

    Because there's nothing wrong with our relationship. We stay together because we want to, not because we feel obliged to. I have seen marriage split many happy couples, so why would we want to change something that's perfectly good as it is?

    We have our happy life WITHOUT a stupid bit of paper.

  6. GNelson profile image78
    GNelsonposted 7 years ago

    The answer varies with each of us.  For me the answer is yes.  I enjoyed being single.  When I got married  I was ready to commit to a relationship.  I don't know if I got lucky or smart but it worked.  You have to know yourself and do what is best for you at that time in your life.

  7. Christine P Ann profile image74
    Christine P Annposted 6 years ago

    Absolutely not! Being happy comes from within you. If you are happy with your life then that is fantastic and being married could be the icing on the cake for you. If you are not happy and you get married, well I guess you would be happy for a period of time but your happiness would not last because you looked for it outside of yourself. If you are truly happy with the person you are, everything else falls in to place. Take time to get to know who you truly are and be true to yourself.

  8. Mr Nice profile image78
    Mr Niceposted 6 years ago

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    ~ And if real life was like the movies, I should have lived happily ever after. ~Piper Laurie

    ~He was happily married - but his wife wasn't. ~Victor Borge

    ~I am confident that, in the end, common sense and justice will prevail. I'm an optimist, brought up on the belief that if you wait to the end of the story, you get to see the good people live happily ever after. ~Cat Stevens

  9. findandshop profile image59
    findandshopposted 6 years ago

    What is marriage? A piece of paper you file at the court house and a box you check on your income tax return or whats in your heart?

  10. mdlawyer profile image37
    mdlawyerposted 6 years ago

    In most cases many people find married life more happy

 
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