Why a marriage demands loyalty?

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  1. cenarius27 profile image74
    cenarius27posted 6 years ago

    Why a marriage demands loyalty?

    In this fast-track world where we have less time to enjoy and have fun, why marriages are still carrying the burden and pressure of loyalty. Why dont we let go our desires free and take a marriage as a mutual help to groom and survive.

  2. msorensson profile image68
    msorenssonposted 6 years ago

    If you want to play, why get married at all? If you are already married, why stay married? If you have the same values as your wife then there is always the option of open marriage...

  3. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    Because marriage is a building of a foundation for something permanent, and lasting.  When you marry you give yourself to this person and he/she to you.  If you give of your deepest feelings, thoughts, fears etc. to this person, wouldn't it thrive if loyalty is added to the mix?

    Yes, in this fast track world, if you want to "go and do" why even think  about marriage?  What would be the advantage. Marriage is for two people who love and respect each other and want to build a life together.

  4. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 6 years ago

    Actually (your marriage) can be set up anyway you want it. Every couple has the right to decide how they want to live. The real trick in life is finding someone that agrees with your philosophy. According to one report I saw there is anywhere between 1.7 - 6% of marriages considered "open marriages". (sited source Wikipeida.org)

  5. cenarius27 profile image74
    cenarius27posted 6 years ago

    In India (for instance) where arranged marriage has an ongoing charm within older generation and intercaste marriage seems as hercules stories loyalty in marriage becomes nothing but a sad story of sacrifices and it is not all about the sexual desires. The other thoughts and compatibilities play a big role in marriage. I think marriage (not talking about rare happy married couple) become more as a set of rule rather than a mutual understanding and respect. If everything is OK but sexual differences are visible then also marriage cannot demand loyalty. In 50-60 years of life span we spend 20-25 years as a married men/women, now it depends on us whether we mock ourselves with the set of rules marriage has or let us live freely. Please mind that I am not commenting upon happy marriages but everyone knows they are only a few if compared with unhappy or unsatisfied married couple.

 
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