I had a wonderful time attending my cousin’s wedding this weekend. When you go watch a couple who genuinely love one another get married, it reminds you of true love. Also, for what it’s worth, knowing that people still want to marry is reassuring!
Single life is awesome and fun (mostly) but when you meet someone you can’t live without, jumping the broom seems like the most natural thing to do. For all the reasons people site to stay single, you could counter with
valid reasons that marriage is good for you.
I think our perception of marriage and commitment started to shape when we were young. We watched our parents and family members navigate love and marriage and it left an impression on us. What did you see and know about marriage growing up? Are there good and bad lessons you learned?