In practically every measure that social scientists can measure, married people intersect much better than unmarried or divorced people: they live longer, healthier, happier, more attractive and wealthier.
It is not as necessary as Indian society makes it out to be. Life will still be just as good even if you are unmarried. Marriage is just an institution and you can choose not to believe in it like religion. There is nothing wrong with not conforming to the idea of marriage if you do not believe in it.
Marriage is the beginning – the beginning of the family – and a lifelong commitment. It also offers an opportunity to grow in selflessness while serving your wife and children. Marriage is more than a physical union; it is also a spiritual and emotional union. This union mirrors that between God and His Church.
Singles can develop more individually and benefit more from time alone. Several studies have linked loneliness to benefits such as an increased sense of freedom and higher levels of creativity and intimacy. Amy Morin, a psychotherapist, says that just taking time can help people be more productive.
Research suggests that unmarried people tend to be healthier than their married counterparts. In a survey of over 13,000 people, singles who were never married exercised more often than married people each week.
You find marriage comes with too many rules and expectations. There are expectations that come with marriage that can make people not want to get married. There are some antiquated and problematic tropes that come with getting married, much like your sex life diminishes or your freedom is curtailed.
A new study suggests marriage is not an important predictor of happiness. While happily married people have been shown to be healthier, a new study suggests that you don’t necessarily have to be married to be happy.
Yes, it’s perfectly fine to be single forever. As much as everyone wishes for their life to have happily ever after, that generally doesn’t happen. Many people in the world remain single forever, but they may be some of the happiest people alive.
And those who haven’t are plagued by a certain peer pressure. However, what many fail to realize is that there is more to life than just changing relationship status. It’s possible to have it all without vows and there’s a ‘happily ever after’ for unmarried people too.
Definitely anything but boring!” “It’s not people or relationships that get boring over the years, it’s just that after a few years people take their marriages for granted and each other , once they get used to their married life and everyday life, don’t try as hard as they used to in the first days of marriage.
Marriage doesn’t automatically make relationships easier, but it isn’t overrated. We haven’t even talked about things like the tax benefits of marriage because there are more important benefits of marriage like security, knowing your partner is “all in”.