People consider ‘getting married’ as the fulfillment of life’s uttermost task, but can you really justify it? Once you get over 25, parents want you to get married, whether you are ready to bear such a responsibility or not. Is it right? If not, then why often a marriage is thrown upon us as a compulsion not choice?
Some people actually get married only to fulfill their aged parent’s wish. And some tie the nuptials as societal obligations. Yes, society always views unmarried people with a pinch of suspicion. If you are unmarried for a long time, you are almost a socially outcast guy.
Getting Married Is No Joke !
Love: If you love someone, then it doesn’t mean getting married will bring you together. In fact, it has been found that many loving couple who enjoyed best moments before marriage seeks divorce immediately after the nuptials. If you truly love somebody – stay committed for a lifetime.
Break-Up Is Better Than Marriage: A break-up is always better than divorce. When you are in a relationship, you can break-up immediately in case of any trust issue, but it is very difficult to divorce or mutually separate after marriage with kids. A child requires the love of both parents, so divorce definitely makes their life troublesome.
Utilise Youthhood Properly: Getting married and staying busy with family life won’t give you the joy of liberty that you can enjoy alone. Yes, you can utilize your bachelorhood by exploring new places and things that interest you.
Find Your True Love: Finding a true love takes a lifetime. An arranged marriage is completely different – more or less a compulsion – parents should realize it. Take time and build relationship. When only the right time comes then you should tie the nuptials.
Live Independently: Don’t unnecessarily shackle people with the chains of human relationship and marital responsibility they don’t want at this point in time. They are quite happy with their unmarried life. Let them be so.