commitment, security, steady life, long period of closeness and happiness, a long life with the person we choose as our partner and life soulmate. One is a lonely number too.
Although I'm clearly not a woman my guess is there is no "one answer" to your question.
All women aren't the same and they marry for different reasons.
I think that a main reason both men and women marry is for companionship. Generally, nobody wants to be alone.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Sometimes-Alone … -Bad-Thing
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