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5 Top Wrong Reasons to Get Married

5 Top Wrong Reasons to Get Married


People get married for lots of reasons, some good, others not so good. Many marriages fail today because the couple does not understand either the purpose or the principles of a successful marriage.

No one should get married without carefully and clearly answering the question of ”why?”. Deliberate and thoughtful consideration in advance will prevent a lot of problems, heartaches, and regret later on. Knowing, why you want to get marry, can confirm you in a good decision and help you avoid making a bad decision.

The Fear Of Being Left Out

This fear affects both men and women but tends to hit women harder than men, particularly as they get older. Even in our society, a woman’s sense of worth is linked to marriage, home, and family.

Many women start to get worried if they reach the age of 30 and still are not married. Sometimes the panic sets in ‘What am i going to do? Everybody’s getting married except me! All of my friends are married. What is wrong with me?

With this mindset, some women will grab the first guy who comes along and show any interest in her. My advice, don’t get married for this reason except you are ready.

To Have a Dream Wedding

A wedding is an awesome, beautiful thing that can strengthen your relationship and improve your life. However, there’s also a lot of hype around weddings that can make you really want one, even if you’re not ready, or your sweetheart isn’t marriage material.

The truth is that your wedding is just one day and marriage is for the rest of your life. You can still have that dream wedding when you are truly ready for it. By not rushing your wedding, you can have a longer and more special engagement that will help prepare you for a long and special marriage.

To Get Presents {Wedding gifts}

Many brides and grooms eagerly look forward to the bevy of loot that awaits them when they get married. Yet, wedding presents aren’t reason enough to get married. You can actually expect to spend more money on a wedding than you would have on just buying yourself the appliances, towels, and china you’re dreaming of. And what no one tells you is that, while a wedding may be expensive, divorce is also expensive (and a lot less fun).

Before you rush in, make sure that your beloved is really who you want to be sharing those towels with for the rest of your life.

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Being lonely is hard, and many people are afraid of being that. But if you are lonely before you get married, you might also be lonely when you are in it. Make sure you are complete and whole. Engage yourself in something, do what makes you happy, and when a man comes, you know that you are only adding to your happiness and he’s not the only reason for your joy.

You’re Feeling Pressure

This might be the most common reason people have a wedding before they’re ready. There’s intense pressure in a marriage proposal, and it’s not easy to say, “I love you but I’m not ready yet.”

Even worse is when your partner issues an ultimatum: “Either we get married, or we break up.” Though sometimes a person needs a strong nudge to get them over their fears, it can lead to ignoring your gut instincts and having to cancel the wedding later on.

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