Should the maridge contract just be a contract?
its a "what if" style question,.. but would you get maried for a specified term, then the contract would need to be re-negotiated,.. or could be allowd to expire.
Hell no. Marriage is a serious comittment. There's no way I would degrade myself like that.
Marry thinking this way is a big mistake. Marriage goes far beyond a simple contract, is a commitment for life (or at least should be).
I wrote a hub about it this week:
I wouldn't do it. Till death do us part is part of the wedding vows. Why would you put a limit on it? If you have to put a limit on it, then don't do it. Just don't. It just won't end well.
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