Is it hard to live a life single

Malaysia
April 14, 2009 2:10pm CST
Hi everybody I come across one common question that is shot by old people. WHEN ARE YOU GETTING MARRIED? I really wonder is it hard to live a life single till everyone is so worried about marriage. I have personally come across many people and they have just be single and not married. I do not find anything wrong in them. By the way whats the great difference of being married and single? Regards Thanusha
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@blue65packer (11836)
• United States
14 Apr 09
I am single and have been always! I have never been married and never will be! It is my chose! I went through what you are now about everyone asking when will you get married! Living single is the best! You don't have to answer to anyone! You can go and come when you want! You can do what you want! You don't have to do something you don't like!You don't get nagged! You can date if you like or not! There is no argueing! No one to tell you to clean up if you don't want to! You have to do someone elses laundry or cook for more then one! There is no bills to fight over! You are your own boss! You can watch any tv program you want! No one borrowing your car! You can hang out with you friends and not worry! You can be happy and I am! It does get lonely once in awhile but that is the only down fall!
• Malaysia
14 Apr 09
Hi blue65packer I strongly agree with you. This is the life I like but my beloved once are not undertanding me. What i am trying to say is I will get married sooner or later but I have not found the right guy. I do not want to have a unsuccesfull married life. I need time to choose. I am going to be with my partner till the last breath of mine and I do not want any regrets. My partner is not a clothing I wear for e to change when I do not like one. I think I spend at least 10 minutes two to three times a week arguing at home regarding this matter. Regards Thanusha
@harmonee (1236)
• United States
14 Apr 09
I totally understand where you are coming from! Everyone in my family meets their significant other before the age of 20, married by 22 and on their way to having kids. I went against the grain. My grandparents and other family always asked when I was going to settle down. I don't think it's harder to be single, but I guess it just depends on how you look at it. I'd rather be single, than in a relationship that was all stress and fighting and drama. I just let people know that I hadn't met Mr. Right yet, and I wanted to be sure it was the right decision. That usually held them at bay...at least for a few months
• Malaysia
14 Apr 09
Hi Harmonee First thank you for the reply. I guess I am facing the exact situation you have gone through and I did explain that I havent find my Mr.RIGHT but wat told that they would find for me then. I am not ready for commitment in life. I fell myself not in the stage to be married. If its for mnths I can just ignore what they have to say but this has been going on for one year. Its hard to think of marriage at this time. They just dont understand. Regards Thanusha