Do love always ends in marriage???

@swats89 (1731)
India
September 11, 2012 2:16am CST
Hi. I was thinking that when a boy/girl fall in luv with girl/boy, do u think they should marry each other. WE see most of the times that love marriage ends cos person starts to compare when they were boyfriend and girlfriend and when they r now hubby and wife. so u think we should not take luv to marriage. cheers.
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6 responses
11 Sep 12
But for some of couples,marriage is the begining of love.After getting married,two people know each other much more than before,u will find "oh,how lovely he or she is".
@swats89 (1731)
• India
11 Sep 12
it rarely happens cos they had spent most of time with each other and they know each other well. thats y comparison starts. cheers.
@pahak627 (4198)
• Philippines
11 Sep 12
Generally love always ends in marriage but it is not true to some, there are some that ends in giving birth to illegitimate children. Most marriage end up being sour which may end to separation. Those who are not yet married be sure that you will have to study for several times before entering it.
@swats89 (1731)
• India
11 Sep 12
yeah i have a friend who had luv marriage, but they r still fighting with each other. i mean before too they had less fight compared to now. cheers.
@rog0322 (2834)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
11 Sep 12
Hi, Let me show this equation, you may not find it logical but it roughly describes the processes: Love+Commitment=Marriage Without one, the other elements would not be. However when we reverse the equation, an entirely new condition exist: Marriage=Love-Commitment or Commitment=Marriage-Love. See what I mean?
@swats89 (1731)
• India
11 Sep 12
yeah a bit i understand, so what u want to describe by this equation?? hceers.
@jaiho2009 (39019)
• Philippines
12 Sep 12
Not everyone or every couple who love each other ended up in a marriage. Some engagement broke before they reach the altar or say their vows. It's very sad, but it is better to end that way than getting married and ended up in separation in the end.
@WakeUpKitty (8707)
• Netherlands
11 Sep 12
I think in most cases love doesn't end in marriage at all. Many people who are married are not married to the person they really love. Also a big part is not married at all (at least in my country it's not normal anymore). To be honest I never heard of one single case where a boy and girl fall in love as a teenager or student and did marry eachother. Might be it's different in other countries/cultures? I also don't believe that is why married couples are complaining about the time they were not married. Fact is most men are not interested anymore as soon as the marriage is over or the kids are born. Fact is man and woman do change as soon as they are married (unless they already have kids and already lived together before but even then it seems to happen so probably there is somewhere in the mind we have to behave different as soon as we are married?), fact is married women give up their dreams, goals for...??? But to be honest it beats me why this all happens. Perhaps it's more the fact that people know eachother for 5 or 7 years and it seems that every 5-7 years a relationship has a kind of crisis.
@cattibre (160)
• United States
11 Sep 12
I think it is up to each individual couple if they want to get married or not. personally i am married, and have been for 13 years. We are perfectly happy and never compare how we are now to how we were just dating. Not much has changed actually, except we now have kids and don't go out as much. For us it is like having your best friend spend every night at your house. I know plenty of people that that have been together a long time, aren't married, and they are perfectly happy just staying that way.