The idea of marriage scares many people and it is seemingly becoming less and less ideal for younger generations. Nevertheless, marriages are still occurring. Marriage allows partners to identify their commitment on a higher level, as well as gaining benefits such as financial stability. However, government involvement in marriages can cause people to shy away from the institution. Others feel that marriage is not an appropriate act for demonstrating commitment.
Marriage is voluntary union of a couple to express the commitment to one another.
Marriage further shows your commitment to your partner
A certificate offers a new level of promise to one another.
Married couples are better off
Married couples tend to be more financially stable, healthy, and offer stability for children.
Marriage is a simple piece of paper that connects your relationship by law, it does not define how committed you are to someone.
You do not need to get married in order to show commitment
Marriage does not define how much a couple is committed to one another.
Government involvement is unnecessary
Marriage involves the government more than it signifies union.
This page was last edited on Monday, 27 Apr 2020 at 15:29 UTC