There are right reasons to get married and there are wrong reasons too. If you wish to be married and be happy as well, then you must know why you got married.
This article was written with the singles in mind. There are lots of them outside there who have chosen to remain single for the rest of their lives. If you made that decision too, well, you are entitled to your opinion.
However, in this post, you will learn the right reasons to get married and to do it fast.
Here is the recent survey report for America. From Pew Research Center study, the number of singles in the US is far higher than that of the married.
Below are few reasons for that;
- People are afraid to marry, probably because they came from a divorced background.
- Many singles are living together and are having kids outside marriage
- Many people prefer to marry later in life (30 years for men and 28 for women).
No matter the reason why you are single now, you will wish to marry someday; understand that there are reasons to get married and the wrong reasons. The truth is that getting married for the wrong reason can have big consequences in your marriage.
And In this post, I will show you both the right reasons to get married as well as the wrong reasons.
Let’s dive in.
Wrong Reasons To Get Married For Singles:
Your Friends Are Getting Married:
There was news about your mate that got married years ago and had children and you can count many that are about to wed, but not you.
Social media is not helping matters too, because many other people you know are talking about their engagement and wedding coming soon, and that has raised your question “why me” now you want to get married by all means.
The worst thing you can do to yourself is to compare yourself with others or with what you see on social media; that’s a wrong reason to marry. You will regret it in the end.
Wait for God’s time, wait for the time your right partner will come.
You Want To Prove Something To Your World:
Getting married because you want to prove to your friends that you too can get married like the, or your aunt for pesters you with questions of when to get married.
probably you came from a divorced family and you want to prove to the world that what happened to your parents won’t happen to you.
This may sound like good a reason to you to get married, but it isn’t. Marriage is a big life decision to go into with shabby reasons; so for whatever reason, you may have, understand that no reason is good enough to make you rush into any relationship.