Topics: Marriage, Arranged marriage, Love Pages: 3 (873 words) Published: March 13, 2013
I would say in a love marriage, after a few dates sometimes or certain duration of time, couples make a commitment. At any point, couples are not bound by a legal document or a ceremony where as in an arranged marriage its not so. It might appear while people are in a love and not married yet, it's easier to get out of a relationship. But it is not so. Once two people are in love and are committed it takes a lot of emotional bruise to break away.

Love marriage or arranged, it takes two people really responsible honest and committed to succeed. Whether it's a love marriage or arranged, it needs a lot of effort to work a marriage. Getting married is a complete package. One just doesn't marry the person as such but his habits, his family, his emotional problems, his background, his experiences, his career and lot of other things that are required to be dealt with

personally Id say that marriage for love is great, but then the love can die so they get divorced, unless they've been together for a few years then i guess they know they gonna stay together for the long haul. An arranged marriage, you can grow to love the person, and then you got the family to contend with if you want to split up, so its likely to last. I think I need an arranged marriage - as long as he's good looking with a bit of cash to help give me the lifestyle I want!! -(single female early 30's) :-) 

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In some countries, marriages are arranged by the parents but in other cases, people choose their own marriage partner. Discuss both systems.

Marriage is regarded as a precious relationship that every individual long for throughout life. In some countries, belief has it acceptably that the young must have their marital relations arranged by parents in hope for leading a decent life in terms of both welfare and social status....
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