I do not want to get married. I have been married twice before, and my SO has been married once before. We are committed to each other. I just don't want to be married again. I don't feel all the commitment should be based on a piece of paper and a ceremony. It is about holding each other up during good and bad times. Sticking together and working as a team.
I think that marriage in this day and age means nothing and I don't want any part of that.
Asked by Anonymous at 1:48 AM on Apr. 23, 2009 in Relationships
My "Husband" and I have been living together for 14 years. We have raised his 3 awesome children together and of course one of our own. The joys of married life are what you make them. I do agree that marriage is a promise. Marriage is about love, trust, honesty, commitment, passion, companionship. Marriage is not about a piece of paper signed by a judge, or taking on a different last name. I believe two people can live together as married couples do without that piece of paper. We are probably more committed and in touch with each others wants, needs and desires than most people married on paper. I don't ever remember reading anywhere that a man and woman had to stand before a judge to be married. I do recall reading somewhere that a man and woman should stand before GOD and be married in God's eyes. Sorry but that judge isn't my GOD.
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