marriage is a suicidal thing......

@jlovetin (150)
Philippines
May 27, 2009 5:28am CST
well i know that many will disagree with this...but on my opinion i think marriage is a lifetime commitment..it will become suicidal for those who was been married with a wrong person or they've got married with a person that they don't really love..so on my opinion we should be really cautious in choosing a person we like to be with for the rest of our life or else..it will become a suicidal for you..hehe
4 responses
@jlamela (4909)
• Philippines
28 May 09
Marriage is a lifetime commitment and a very serious matter. In order for you not to trap in a lonely marriage and life, you must decide carefully who would you want to end up with, you can assess this decision by means of constructing and planning carefully and shrewdly what kind of life you want to live and follow. After deciding what kind of life you want to lead in the future, then you can choose what kind of partner you want to end up with. It is very difficult to analyze one's personality and most of the time, you cannot tell what kind of personality your chosen partner. Well, nobody is perfect that is a fact, but you can prevent a bad marriage by defining carefully your life's purpose. It is being said that Love is not an emotional duty, but a gift from God, and genuine love always ruled by principle, if you can follow this guideline in life, everything becomes perfect and fairytale do come true.
@jlovetin (150)
• Philippines
28 May 09
good point there..;0
@msBetty (84)
• Philippines
28 May 09
yeah. you have to make sure that you see yourself being with the same person for the rest of your life, otherwise, that's too late for regrets.
@justmeh (189)
• Philippines
27 May 09
Maybe if you're not that prepared and ready for it,then that would be an exact explanation for that. Well,everyone indeed knows the big responsibility lies ahead of you once you have already committed to this marriage thing. It won't be like any other easy minded responsibilities we do usually.
@Wizzywig (7860)
27 May 09
I think there are people who get caught up in the idea of a wedding without necessarily considering the 'long haul' of a marriage. Having said that, even people who do go into it with the intention of it being a 'forever' thing may find that they and/or their spouse will change as time passes and become a 'wrong' person. We cant know what will happen as our lives progress.