These are the reasons I have heard from my known people who had a late marriage-
1) Didn't find the right match earlier
2) Didn't have time to look for the right match
3) Some won't like to get married until their career is successful.
4) Family responsibilities
5) Had to wait for the lover to become free to get married.
6) Some wanted to finish their higher studies before marriage.
I think a lot of people focus more on their careers now and then when they feel they have a secure job they decide to focus on getting married. Plus they just might not have met the one...
by Brian 7 years ago
There is a lot of talk about allowing gay couples to get married, and, of course we all know the whole because god created man and woman BS. But, here is a what if question for you.Let's say that the tables were turned, and there was a law that was passed that banned all marriages all together....
by lovelife999 9 years ago
Tell me about your opinion about marriage.
by RealityTalk 18 months ago
Why do so many marriages end in divorceI am curious to hear from those who have gone through a divorce themselves. Why did you divorce your spouse? Why did your spouse divorce you? Do you even know? If the desire for divorce was one-sided, do you as the divorced spouse...
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
As some of you might know, I posted a link to this article, on facebook and redgage, a while back in regards to the Pope's concerns to the increase in divorces for the past few years. Here's the article if you'd like to know the full details:http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110122/ap_ …...
by Elizabeth 2 years ago
How does legalized gay marriage "ruin" or affect a heterosexual one?One of the most common arguments against gay marriage is that legalizing gay marriage will somehow minimize or ruin heterosexual marriages. Admittedly, this is one of the stupidest arguments out there, but it is one...
by Jewels2940 3 years ago
I know that getting married young was probably the first sign that marriage was maybe a bad idea, but a marriage isn't going to work when only one person is putting forth an effort to make it work. I was 22 when I got married; I thought that I was happy until my husband quit his job. I understand...
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