The only (real) con for either status is if you are unhappy with where you are. When someone is "happy" with where they are they wouldn't trade places if the opportunity presented itself.
Independent lives for single people is a pro, also they make their own decisions, and live as they please. Taken is another life, different from the single life, above all if you choose to be taken then you will enjoy your life and if you choose to be single you will enjoy that part of your life, and be as happy as you want.
by Mud Dog 9 years ago
Unwanted pregnancy, Pro's and Con's of Adoption vs Abortion.
by Andrew Hill 3 years ago
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by billabongbob 7 years ago
Facebook has now become globally massive. Everyone's experiences are different. What have your experiences of the worlds largest social network? Facebook facts:It has more than 750 million active users, 50% of active users log on to Facebook in any given day. An average user has 130 friends...
by Ian Shaughnessy 7 years ago
The pro's and con's of Teach for America & the Teachers Corp?I'm currently looking into both programs and am having a difficult time deciding which to pick. I have to wait until summer for both and I intend to get my teachers certification so I suppose the important thing is which program...
by hamsoccerchick13 8 years ago
what're pro's and con's of changing the electoral collage vote from majority to percentile in CA?in california
by beherdtennis 6 years ago
Do you do any online banking? What Pro's and Con's have you come across by using or not using it?What online banks do you like best? Does anyone prefer a small community, local bank? Anyone Completely against online banking or online bill pay?
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