marriage is a union between man and woman. Its like a contract in which you only be there for the significant other and that no one else comes between the two of you.
Marriage is a commitment by two people to stick together no matter what happens. Marriage is work but if you are lucky enough to marry your friend, the bumps in the road will be a little bit easier to handle. It is supposed to be forever, but rarely works out that way. It's far too easy to quit when things get rocky than to invest the time and money into pulling together.
by Rmccain15165 3 years ago
Do you believe that marriage is a lifelong commitment?
by Stclairjack 6 years ago
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.
by Oyewole Folarin 7 years ago
Is marriage good or bad?And if marriage is good, what should be considered before getting married?
by Peter Freeman 5 years ago
How is marriage defined?.Which is the better definition of Marriage;"Marriage is a commitment between one man and one woman." or,"Marriage is a commitment between consenting adults"The first definition is easily understood, the second could be same-sex, polygamy, polyandry or a...
by Blessed25 3 years ago
Dating for 7years, two kids, and still no marriage. What should I do?Hi Veronica,I am 25yrs old and a mother of two. I have been in a relationship for 7years and living together for 6years. My boyfriend proposed once I had our first child but we were still young. I am at the point in my life where...
by Tina Boomerina 3 years ago
Why don't people in their 20s and 30s get married anymore?In the 70s, when I was in my twenties, men and women got married and, usually, wanted to have families. What has happened to change that?
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