Marriage's freedom

November 10, 2008 1:33pm CST
Are you enjoying your present life, married or not? Some people say specially women, that when they get married they don't have the kind of freedom they had when they were single, why do they felt like this? Do you agree with them, I don't but I wondered why some said living alone is better than being married. Because marriage shouldn't have break any freedom you have as an individual. What is your opinion about it?
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@mods196621 (3631)
• Philippines
11 Nov 08
Our freedom cannot be prevented by anyone. Now if the case is because we are married we are no longer free? In my opinion we are still free to do things we like even we are married. But there is exception to the rule never to link another man, only your husband and make sure that before you go to your favorite session see to it that every thing is ready. Like foods, clothes and household. Most common thing that married woman does inside the house. And never to gossip. This are the things that I'm avoiding to do. I am free to everything go to anywhere with my kids or going to my mother's house shopping and many more with exception to the rules ever.
12 Nov 08
Wow, thats grand! Sometimes, I wish to be married or live with a man who will just let me stay at home without going to work. Well, I think nobody who were married wanted their partner (husband or wife) to link with third party it's one of the biggest rules in marriage. I don't think that getting married loses a freedom to happiness at all, of course we are free to do everything what we want as long as we don't hurt anybody or violate the good rules in life.
• India
11 Nov 08
It is just that the vows make you answerable to your partner and you shall expect the same level of providing info to you if he is late and you are waiting for dinner together. Marriage is recomended like a hot chocolate in winter. Not only you love the curbing of independence, you actually cannot wait for the office hours to fly to be with you soul mate to go to a movie or rustle up a simple dinner together. Honest love shall never prevent you from meeting and spending time with your friend circle. It is that you will yourself curtail that time to join your kid hurriedly.
12 Nov 08
Yes maybe the time is limitted to spend it for pleasure, when it comes to do things like that. But anyway its nice to go home if somebody is waiting there for you, rather than leaving and going home without someone to have with. It must be so lonely and boring even a married couple without a kid is very boring, its only good for a year or two but after that its boring.
@underdogtoo (9599)
• Philippines
11 Nov 08
I am married. I have children. I am happy. What is freedom. I don't have the freedom to do as I please because I lack the money for it. Cheers!!
12 Nov 08
Thats good to hear that you have a happy married life, specially you've got kids. Kids are the greatest reward in life. I fancy to have a baby on my own but I just couldn't yet, I got jealous with my brothers and sister's sometimes because they are younger than me but they got kids and I don't. I think its not just money that is needful in order to something that we pleased, maybe not everything but atleast we can do something to be happy without money.
@klaudine (3652)
• Indonesia
10 Nov 08
I enjoy mylife and I believe even when a married someone would lost some of their freedom, I think it would worth the future they're going to. No one I believe has the absolute freedom, and being married would only convert some freedom with the other freedom and happines.
12 Nov 08
Thanks for your response thats good to hear that you are enjoying your life. Yes before they will enter married life they should have known that there's changes like when they were single, they still can go out anytime they want specially on a nightime, whilst married its impossible to do that, only if with the husband or friends that whom the husband trusted to be with his wife.